To ensure a clear understanding for our vendors, your journey with Onsite Property is mapped out below:
1. Initial Discussion
An initial discussion with one of our sales managers on your property, its characteristics and location, your desired outcomes including pricing, preferred timing and property manager details.
2. Sales Allocation and Contact
The sales manager will provide you with the most appropriate salesperson for your location to assist and liaise with you – they will phone and introduce themselves and provide you with further information on Onsite Property, and request further information if required from you.
3. Due Diligence
Onsite Property will conduct an extensive comparative market analysis of your property, its target market and fundamentals.
4. Pricing, Commission and Marketing Strategy
Onsite property will liaise with you and provide an accurate estimate as to price, time frame for sale, marketing strategy and agents fees to allow you to make an informed decision as to selling your property. You may choose to hold the property, or move forward to sell with full understanding of the current market and selling costs.
5. Authority to Act
Onsite Property will provide you with a relevant authority to act which will allow us to legally represent you and your property, and take the property to market. Once returned, preparation will commence for marketing including photography, property description, direct marketing, marketing brief, brochures and mail outs.
6. Marketing Period
Our unique marketing strategy incorporates both traditional and proven marketing methods and modern technology, primarily at our cost. We utilize every tool and technology available including the major real estate portal websites in Australia and overseas, database marketing, direct mail outs, direct liaison and several other innovative means to generate prospective purchasers for your property.
7. Offer and Acceptance
Once Onsite Property has prospective buyers interested and ready to potentially purchase, your representative will contact you with offers, and provide you feedback on these offers keeping our goal in mind to maximize the price you sell for. Your instructions to your representative will allow them to commit the buyer and achieve an outcome acceptable to you.
8. Contract Period
Once parties have agreed to pricing, terms (ie subject to finance), deposit and settlement period, Onsite Property will request an prepare items for the contract to be signed. Once signed and deposits are paid, you will be kept informed of each milestone and once the property becomes unconditional, a settlement date will be booked.
On settlement, Onsite Property will liaise with your relevant property manager for the handover or ongoing management of the property, and request any relevant items such as keys, warranties etc in your possession be provided for the new owner.
10. Post Settlement
We will keep you updated on our properties and we aim to help you with your next investment property purchase.