Choosing the right Real Estate Agent to sell your property should never be an impulsive decision, you want to really do your research. Selling your property is often the biggest transaction you’ll ever make, so you want to make sure that you have the best Agent to help you out at every stage in the process.
If you want to get the highest possible sale price for your property, doing some research and following a few simple tips can add thousands to the value of your home.
The Mornington Peninsula is one of Victoria’s most idyllic locations to live, retire and to purchase an investment property. Not just because of its natural beauty, relaxed and laidback living, but because Melbourne’s Mornington Peninsula has a proven history of property value growth, yielding many positive-gearing properties for investors.
Having a Real Estate Agent that lives and works in your local area means they know the schools, bus routes, trains and shopping facilities around your property. These location factors can greatly affect the value and appeal of your home, so it is extremely important your agent knows the local area.
A great Property Manager is a difference between an investor having a rewarding stress-free investment or a constant time-consuming hassle. Often investors underestimate the complex nature of property management and it requires comprehensive knowledge of the legislation and experience to elevate a property manager from adequate to exceptional.
The number one question we get as Property Managers from investors looking to lease a property is “How long will it take to lease?”. With the right Marketing Strategy, Price Point and Presentation a property should generally take no longer than 3 weeks to lease in the current market.
Easily find properties online through major real estate websites and localMornington Real Estate Agent’s websites, such as Twin Waters Estate Agents.Thanks to this, you have all of the property listings for Mornington at the tip of your fingers.
A great little article on the rising rental listings or in the case of the Mornington Peninsula a decline in rental listings. The current economic climate indicates we may be at the end of the low-interest rate era with higher interest rates being applied to investor loans.
When a property is leased or released it is extremely important the landlord returns their executed copy to the managing agent. We will explore this issue using a real-life case of Herron Vs Agent. We inherited this property after the landlord became unhappy with their current agent and we were appointed to represent the landlord.