07 Dec 11
This'll depend on market conditions and also the demand for your type of property at the time you're selling. However, there are two important factors you can control that affect how quickly your property will sell:
Firstly you need to price your home correctly at fair market value. Buyers won't come if you start your campaign with an unrealistic price, so your property will take longer to sell.
Secondly, select a good agent with a high quality marketing campaign to maximise the level of buyer interest and competition for your home. This will mean you start getting serious offers quickly.
The first 3 to 4 weeks that your home is on the market is when you'll get the maximum amount of buyer interest. If it's priced right, this is usually when you get the best offers.
After that interest usually drops quite dramatically. When a home takes more than a few months to sell, people think there's something wrong with it and rumours can start. If the price is wrong, even the best home can sit there unsold for ages.
At All Residential Real Estate we specialise in residential property sales, so we're experts in accurately pricing properties in your local area. And we're proud of our high quality marketing -- in fact, you're watching some of it now!
So if you'd like an agent who knows how to get the serious offers coming in quickly, complete the form on the right of this page or call us today on 4228 2555.