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With only one week until you move out of your home, you’re probably feeling a mix of emotions…from stress and excitement through to impatience for the day to arrive. You’re probably running on little sleep...so don’t pack the coffee machine away quite yet.
Huge congratulations you’ve sold your property! After the celebrations have calmed down, you need to start thinking about getting ready to move out and into your new home.
You may be thinking move day is ages away but it will creep up quickly and being prepared is the best way to keep the stress levels in check.
A pre-settlement inspection is your buyer’s opportunity to inspect your property before the final payment is made. These inspections are not compulsory, but buyers usually want to use the opportunity to check nothing untoward has happened to the property since they signed the contract.
What not to do on auction day! You may think that’s a weird topic but understanding the big NO NO's is important.
Auctions are by nature emotionally charged but keeping your wits about you and avoiding these pitfalls will help you navigate the auction day without any hiccups.
As part of our on-going series on how to sell your property by auction, this month we look at how to set a reserve price and what factors you should consider.
Essentially the role of the auctioneer is to control a public negotiation process where potential buyers are competing to buy a property.
We’ve all seen the drama of an auction on TV - the auctioneer with their quick-fire speech, waving hands and pointing fingers. But what actually happens in the lead up to the auction and on the day. Understanding this process and the key auction terms is critical if you are selling your property at auction.
You may have heard many of terms below, but you may not know what they mean.