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Selling Your Property

By Claire Briggs

Once you have made the decision to sell your property, you will need to take several months completing the following steps:

  • Appointing an agent
  • Negotiating your finance options
  • Choosing the method of sale for your property
  • Deciding on a sale or reserve price
  • Conducting home opens for your property
  • Receiving and negotiating offers from potential buyers
  • Completing and exchanging contracts
  • Moving out

  • Choosing an Agent
    The role of a real estate agent is to advertise and sell your home for the highest price possible, in as little time as possible. Your agent offers a range of services, from the initial appraisal to the final settlement:

  • Advising you on a possible sale price, and methods of sale
  • Marketing your property
  • Conducting home opens for potential buyers
  • Negotiating the selling price between you and the potential buyers
  • Facilitating the actual sale of your property and the final exchange of contracts
  • It’s important to deal with an agent that you know you can trust. At Ray White Uxcel, our success has grown due to the strong reputation we have in the local area. We hold the largest market share in our area, which we achieved because of our attention to clientele care, service and dedication. By choosing a sales representative from Uxcel, you can be rest assured that you are choosing an agent you can trust.

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