Selling your home at auction can seem like a daunting process, but it doesn’t have to be. Here at Lodge we believe that knowledge is power and that a better understanding of selling methods can take the stress out of selling your home.
A home sale success doesn’t end on the auctioneer’s hammer or when your buyers sign the dotted line of a sale and purchase agreement. A lot happens in the period after you sell your house, particularly when preparing a property for settlement. To help, here’s a checklist to keep your home sale on track.
As schools re-open, the long weekends pass and routines are put in place, for many February often feels like the ‘real’ start of the year. But over here at Lodge City Rentals, our year started on 4 January, with our team clocking up a busy month fielding 2,813 tenant enquiries, facilitating 1,039 property viewings, reviewing 1,128 tenancy applications and signing up 132 new tenancies.
Interest in entry level homes in the $500,000 to $600,000 price bracket is leading activity in the Hamilton property market, with transactions in this range accounting for 20% of total sales by Hamilton real estate agency, Lodge Real Estate.
Looking for a new home that wows? How does this sound; a contemporary family home tucked away in a quiet cul-de-sac, featuring four bedrooms, two bathrooms and excellent chattels, including a spa, and… a cat?
Putting your property on the market can be a stressful time for homeowners, involving so much more than setting the right price, but a pre-sale legal warrant of fitness can head off issues before they arise.
For first home buyers the property market is a constantly shifting landscape of financial rules and regulations while trying to assess the right time to buy. It’s worth enlisting some help to do the leg work for you.