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Selling Tip. 3d Walk through tours

This week we talk about 3d Walk Through tours and the power they have when selling. We have recently sold homes without the buyer physically inspecting them.

Get ahead of your competition. Rather than just getting some photos done let them walk through your home when they want to. We find that buyers who have viewed the 3d tour are a higher chance to make an offer compared to buyers who have not.

Buyer Attention:

Over the years we have been doing these we see a much higher click rate of buyers. This means more eyeballs on your home than others that dont use this. This equates to more buyers through the door and a higher price as well.

No software is needed:

Buyers don’t have to download any software to use these. All major real estate portals work with these tours and we can even track how many views we have had.

Easily shared with family:

I touched on the fact that we get more eyeballs on a property before and we tend to find that this is because the buyers share a home with a 3d walk through more often than a standard photo listing. This could help in finding a buyer that wasn’t looking online at that time.

With all homes and units we will always use this technology to help promote a home. For such a minimal investment you gain so much more.

Brisbane Housing Market Update May 2017

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February Brisbane Housing Market Update.

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Watch the latest Housing Market Update for Brisbane. The housing and economic data is derived from the CoreLogic Hedonic Home Value Index for the month of February, released March 2017.
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QLD Smoke Alarm legislation changes From Raine & Horne Chermside

Raine & Horne Chermside – Property Management Update

As of the 1st Jan 2017 legislation changed regarding smoke alarms in QLD properties. We will cover the basics in this blog, however please visit www.qfes.qld.gov.au for more information.
The legislation updates vary, depending if the property is existing, new or substantially renovated and the type of occupancy (owner, for lease or for sale).

 

Two types of alarms
There are two types of smoke alarms, battery operated (9v) and hardwired photoelectric (240v). Hardwired refers to being connected to the properties domestic power supply and photoelectric alarms detect visible parts of combustion and respond to different types of fires.
The updates to the legislation will eventually phase out the battery operated alarms completely and all dwellings will need to have interconnected hard wired photoelectric alarms in every bedroom, hallway and/or living area which connect the bedrooms.

Existing properties being sold, leased or existing lease renewed
– Existing alarms (battery or hardwired) older than 10yrs must be replaced with hardwired alarms
– Smoke alarms that do not operate when tested must be replaced immediately
– Existing hardwired smoke alarms that need replacement must be replaced with a hardwired photoelectric alarm
All of the smoke alarms will need to be hardwired, interconnected and located in every bedroom, living area and/or hallway which connects the bedrooms by the 1st January 2022.

New Builds or substantially renovated properties
– All alarms must be hardwired, photoelectric interconnected alarms.
– They must be installed in each storey, in every bedroom and hallway and/or living area that connects the bedrooms.
– Smoke alarms that do not operate when tested must be replaced immediately
– Existing hardwired smoke alarms that need replacement must be replaced with a hardwired photoelectric alarm

For more specifics, please visit the Queensland Fire & Emergency Services website www.qfes.qld.gov.au for more information.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the fabulous team at Raine & Horne Chermside on 07 3350 8400.
Stephanie Mills Business Development Manager for Raine & Horne Chermside
MOB: 0423 573 073
Email: stephanie.mills@chermside.rh.com.au