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In South Australia at the moment, the average days on market is around four to six weeks for a properly marketed property.
If your property has not sold within that time, there are a couple of key areas that you must check and at the top of that list is the effectiveness and reach of your marketing.
If on the surface, your marketing appears to be adequate the next step is to check the feedback.
The feedback that you receive on a property that is failing to gain buyer interest can usually be broken down into to two types:
KATE SMITH IS THE PRINCIPAL of Raine & Horne Semaphore/Port Adelaide. This year, after doubling her solo settled sales and growing her commissions by more than 117 per cent, she scored Silver in the ultra-competitive Residential Sales category at this year’s REISA Awards for Excellence. A former basketball ace with the Australian junior team, the Gems, Kate says there are a lot of good lessons in the world of professional sport. Story by Samantha McLean.
Often as a property manager or selling agent you are queried by the new tenants or purchaser if the locks for the property have been changed between occupants. I can understand their reasons behind the question. As property managers and selling agents how can we be sure how many keys have been cut over the life of the home? How many times have we been given a large bunch of keys when there are only one or two keys that actually work at the property.
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CEO – Raine & Horne SA
For most Australians one of the biggest investments you are likely to make is more than likely going to be the purchase of real estate, or the family home and finding the right home can feel like a long and laborious process, but if you want the security that home ownership brings, sometimes there is no way to get around that.
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If you choose to sell your home through Raine & Horne in 2014, not only will you enjoy industry-best real estate services and advice, but you will also help us contribute financially to beating cancer.
We have formalised our relationship with Cancer Council SA, which stretches back to 2008, with a sponsorship agreement whereby a portion of the selling commission from every home sold in 2014 helps fund the fight to beat cancer.
As a primary sponsor of Cancer Council SA, and its Community Action Van, we will commit much more than cash and will mobilise the substantial resources of our 26 offices in South Australia to support major events such as Daffodil Day, Girls Night In, Pink Ribbon Day, Australiaís Biggest Morning Tea and Relay for Life.
We employ more than 150 South Australians, who have unanimously committed their support for Cancer Council SA and its many initiatives, such as its outstanding SunSmart crusade, the Quitline service, its continued promotion of the importance of early detection and screening and The Information & Support Service - Cancer Council 13 11 20.