This is a question that is often thought about but not necessarily discussed ...
"Does your salesperson affect your selling price?".
The answer is YES, and here's why (click here):
If you want to be sold and settled before Christmas, you've got three weeks to put your property on the market, assuming six weeks for selling and a six week settlement.
You know where I am and I'd love to be part of your journey!
This is the fourth year I've sponsored the Papakura Normal Primary School homework book.
I'm a proud sponsor (!) and I love this school's motto ...
Dream It. Believe It. Achieve It.
How cool is that for the children in our community ?? !!
Ready for you now! This brick and tile free standing home has good bones and a sunny disposition – and is currently rented out at $460.00 per week. The current tenant is would love to stay on, so if you are looking for an investment for your portfolio, then this priced property is one to get on your radar.
Click here for more information.
1/26 James Road, Manurewa
Price By Negotiation - call Fiona to view
If you'd like to know more about buying a home then REAA have produced this great little booklet to help you understand the ins and outs.
WHO IS REAA? Real Estate Agents Authority (REAA) is an independent government agency who inform, guide and protect people who are buying and selling property; and we advise, educate and regulate real estate licensees.
I hope you find this helpful ...
Papakura Piper - a new look but the same great content. The August issue is now out for your review.
Check them out - click here - or see below
Weekly Overview with Tony Alexander
A CHANGING HOUSING MARKET
This week we look at real estate data and comment on the chances that the Reserve Bank will soon ease LVR restrictions. They are not high. The rules were announced on August 2013. Comparing now with then, although house price inflation has slowed nationwide from 6.3% to 5%, (Auckland 11% to 2%) lending growth is higher at 7.7% from 5.2%, and imbalances clearly persist between demand and supply growth in Auckland.
The next 12 month will bring pain for late-cycle investors hit by the 40% minimum deposit requirement for new investors, tighter bank lending rules, and an over-supply now of developable land in Auckland. Many will be looking to offload an asset they now see falling in price. This then becomes the best market facing first home buyers for many years and on Page 2 we devote a special section to this group.
You will find the Weekly Overview at this link.
Welcome. Fiona is a successful business woman with a long connection to Papakura and from a family with a long history of working in real estate.