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Essential Steps and Process To Selling a House & Property

We understand that home selling process can be a confusing and sometimes overwhelming experience – our job is to support you through the process and make each step as simple and stress free as possible.

We’ve broken down the selling process into three easy to understand stages. They are:

Preparing for market

​Build the framework of your sales campaign by preparing your home to go to market.

How we can help:

  • Professional advice and assistance in the presentation of your property
  • Discuss the merits of each method of sale
  • Market appraisal
  • The most visible and cost-effective property marketing strategy
  • Organising legislation requirements: Contract of sale, building compliance, pest inspection, energy efficient rating (EER)

On the market

Finding the right buyer is all about being active and present in the market and getting maximum exposure for your property.

How we can help:

  • Find and contact appropriate buyers through our buyers’ database
  • Organise inspections and open homes
  • Answering buyer enquiries
  • Discuss and advise on offers made
  • Negotiation for the best possible price
  • Offer property managements consultants for investors
  • Provide constant market feedback
  • Organise contracts once offer is accepted

Finalising the sale

A smooth and successful transfer means checking off all legal requirements and being timely.

How we can help:

  • Negotiation of offer conditions
  • Offer acceptance
  • Legislation requirements: Cooling off periods may apply, transfer of the legal title
  • Exchange contracts
  • Organise final inspections
  • Settlement day
  • Continued support

We’re here to make your journey easier, so we’ll be there every step of the way to help you through the process. Your experienced Blackshaw agent will provide you with valuable advice and guidance throughout.

Blackshaw Corporate

27 Bougainville Street
Manuka ACT 2603