Archive for the ‘Sales’ Category

How to: Buy & sell at the same time



Selling a home and buying another at the same time may seem daunting, but it can be done. The secret is to be prepared.


Jarrod McCabe, an independent buyer’s agent in Melbourne, says the key to successful simultaneous property transactions, which are popular in spring, is research and preparation.


“The conventional wisdom is that it’s safer to sell a home first, then buy another, … Continue Reading »

3 Tips for a successful auction


3 Tips for a successful auction

For all who have been through the emotional roller-coaster that can be the auction campaign, a successful result means much more than the hammer falling well above reserve.

Although an extravagant sale price can make all the nostalgia instantly disappear it’s important to remember that a successful auction means much more than ‘sold’. … Continue Reading »

Free Suburb Report


Get to know your neighbourhood.

We aim to provide you with the facts, it’s important to have a detailed understanding of you local property market and the factors that influence the value of your home and the suburb surrounding it.

For a limited time we invite you to take a take a peek into our world, so that you … Continue Reading »



Why Video?

When it comes to marketing property for sale in 2016 it seems as though there are almost an endless number of options, however one method in particular is taking center stage… video.

Agents are getting creative with the motion picture and it appears to be paying off. Check out the infographic with some quick facts and stats about … Continue Reading »

Ask The Agent | Why Changing Places?


Why Changing Places was an ideal fit for Rushi

Rushi Juvekar opened his Changing Places business in February 2015, Well educated and managing Melbourne’s Telephone exchange network for Telstra, Rushi had no prior real estate experience apart from having bought and sold a number of his own … Continue Reading »

Top 10 most affordable regional suburbs (for units)


You might be surprised…

Have you ever wondered where to buy some of the country’s cheapest, most affordable property?

This week we take a look at RP Data’s recent release: the most affordable regional suburb for units in Australia. The results are based on median units values as at February 2015 with at least 100 sales over the … Continue Reading »

Metro VS Regional


What’s the real difference?

On average, two in every three Australians currently live in capital cities across the country. In fact, 78% Western Australian residents live in the greater Perth area, giving the WA capital he highest proportion of population among each of the 8 major cities.

Over the next few decades the number of people that are choosing to … Continue Reading »

Capital Markets Report 2015


Housing Market | State by State

The latest CoreLogic RP Data Property Capital Markets report has been released and reveals some interesting information about the Australian property market. The Australian economy has continued to grow over the past year, however, the rate of economic growth has slowed over recent years as investment in the resources sector has moderated.

Related: … Continue Reading »

How to; run the best open homes


How to run the best open for inspection in the neighbourhood

So the scenario is this: You’ve gained a listing, you have created a schedule of events to bring you up to auction day, and you think you’ll get some good traction. What you do next is just as, if not more important. Any vendor will expect you to run inspections, … Continue Reading »

Auction VS Auction


Auction vs Auction

The two most common options for selling a property are the ceiling price approach or auction.

The ceiling price method is like a bartering system that can take place over a period of time. The owner puts their price on the market and the consumer can basically scout through the marketing and know exactly how much the seller is … Continue Reading »

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