SOLD At Auction – Deceased Estate
Listing type: Sold
Plot Size 542
Living Area 1
Property type: House
Built In 3
13 Orara Road, Allambie Heights
OUR MARKETING STRATEGIES WORK
Shane Spence Real Estate achieves outstanding result at auction selling property for $1,610,000 under the hammer. Watch the live auction. On Saturday 3 June 2017we sold at auction the property at 13 Orara Road, Allambie Heights. This was one of several recent auctions where we have significantly achieved above market expectations (even in this admittedly strong real estate market) demonstrating that our marketing strategies add significant value to properties we sell. Our agency’s fees are not just a cost of sale but a valuable add on to our clients assets.
13 Orara Road, Allambie Heights was a well presented 2-bedroom house in a good location on 542sm of land. The property did not have the “benefit” of being expensively staged for sale; nor did it have an expensive advertising campaign thrown at it. Nevertheless, we, sold the property at auction for $1,610,000. That’s $211,000 above our vendors reserve and over $150,000 above the median price of larger 3-bedroom houses recently sold in this suburb.
Not only did we achieve an outstanding price but we negotiated terms and conditions in the contract favourable to our clients.
So you think all agencies are the same.
Our strategies have been tried, tested, refined and proven with consistent results over 20-years. Transparency, honesty, straight forward direct communication, hard work and single minded dedication to the task. These are the basic ingredients for successful negotiation.
Don’t take my word. Click on the photo above and take a look at the actual auction captured on video.
Our vendors are ecstatically happy with the effort and outcomes achieved. Just take a look at the smiling faces in the photo above; these are the purchasers who are equally ecstatically happy.
That’s a win win outcome. You can’t do better than that.
So if you are selling your home and wondering what the difference is between a small boutique agency like ours and one of our larger competitors, or a cut price Dumb Brick agency – the answer can be summed up in one word.