Morne is no stranger to selling homes, but when he and his partner decided to upgrade to a newer and bigger property—one with enough room for their two dogs—they turned to Jo Harris at Lodge Real Estate to help them sell their Beerescourt home.
Let’s forget budgeting, return on investment and property value research for a moment, and focus on the best part of renovating (apart from finishing)—finding inspiration. Once you’ve found your project muse, it’ll help keep you motivated until the last brush stroke.
If you’re preparing to sell your home, addressing your weakest home features is going to help you attract more buyers. More buyers mean more competition, and more competition means a better chance of drawing top dollar offers for your home.
Understanding who your buyer is is a cornerstone to selling a house. Knowing who your key buyers are (or will be) and what their needs are can affect the value the Hamilton housing market places on your property—and how, whether and when you decide to buy, sell or invest.
When Richard Lindsay appraised 469 River Road he analysed recent sales in the area, as well as the sweeping views of the Waikato river, size and condition of the home. He estimated the property would sell between $1.2 million and $1.3 million. This seemed like fair market value to the owner, who agreed to sell at auction.
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.