Did you know that there are four distinctive selling seasons on the real estate calendar? Read on to understand when the peak and trough times are for sellers…

At around this time of the year, I am regularly asked this question by clients considering selling – “Should we bring our home to the market now, or wait until spring?”…

In a competitive real estate market, presentation is a critical element to success. Here are 5 reasons why you should furnish your home for sale…

If you’re aiming to sell your home in these quieter conditions, here are some key areas to focus on to ensure you get the best result…

Although the holiday break is widely accepted to be a quiet time for real estate activity, there are always sales which happen during late December and early January. While many people head away to the beach or the bach, others stay home and utilise this time away from work to look for a home for the New Year…

With the general slow-down in the Auckland real estate market over the past 18 months, there has been a noticeable shift away from auctions and an increase in other marketing methods such as “By Negotiation” or “Asking Price”…

Thinking of selling your home in the near future? Following these 7 simple tips will help you to achieve a sale at the best price.

You may remember in last month’s blog I explored the pros & cons of selling your home privately. This month we’ll look at the other way of doing things – working with a professional agency/agent during the sale of your most significant asset.

When I was preparing this blog, I tried as hard as I could to be objective and to see things from your point of view. Let’s dive in and take a look at some of the pros & cons of private sales…

Buying and selling real estate has many legal pitfalls for the unwary. While a skilled and experienced real estate salesperson will be familiar with many of the legal issues involved in selling your home, they can’t offer you proper legal advice. Therefore you’ll need to appoint a conveyancing lawyer (also known as a solicitor) to help…