Selling

Selling a property - getting started

If you are planning to sell a property, turning to a trusted and recognised agency could be one of the best ways to attract the best possible buyers - on both a local and national level.

The agents at LJ Hooker Mangonui can help you begin your sales journey by assessing your property as part of our no-obligation comprehensive appraisal service.

To help you establish an estimated selling price for your home or apartment, our appraisals include detailed reports on local price movements, as well as advice on any changes to the market.

Once you have agreed on a price or on a No-Price marketing strategy, you'll find LJ Hooker has a huge network of resources to help you reach the widest audience of buyers, including online listings, an iPhone app and even a customised site packed with useful articles and property tips.

Selling a home - help from start to finish

If you are planning to sell your property, your first step should be to establish an estimated selling price - and the best way to do this is to seek the assistance of LJ Hooker Mangonui.

There are a number of things that can affect the price of a home, including location, the type of property, demand in your local area and market conditions.

LJ Hooker offers a number of advantages thanks to our in-depth, comprehensive knowledge of your local market. We have offices across New Zealand, so we can offer customised advice for your area.

Our no-obligation, comprehensive appraisal service - which is free of charge - can be booked for a time that suits you and will consist of a detailed report on local price movements, as well as advice pertaining to any significant changes that take place in the market after your appraisal is carried out.

Once we have determined the value of your property, you'll want to choose a method of sale. LJ Hooker Mangonui can help you determine whether auction, private treaty or tender - selling to the highest bidder - is the right option for selling your home and help you to proceed accordingly.