Frequently Asked Questions

GENERAL QUESTIONS


You have to pay the agent their commission when your home is sold, regardless of who actually sells the property. If another agent sells the property, you could potentially pay two commissions.

Cancelling the agreement

The maximum term of appointment is 90 days. If you agree on a term of more than 60 days:

  • either party may end the appointment
  • you (or your agent) must give a minimum of 30 days’ written notice
  • the appointment must remain in effect for at least 60 days.

Otherwise, it ends at the end of the agreed contract term (which may be up to 90 days).

You only pay the agent their commission if they sell the property. You can open list your property with several different agents at the same time.

If you appoint a sole or exclusive agent, they may continue as an open listing:

  • after the sole or exclusive agency agreement has ended
  • if you agree on the appointment form.

Cancelling the agreement

You or your agent can cancel an open listing at any time. Whoever is cancelling must notify the other in writing.

You pay the agent their commission once your home is sold, unless you make the sale yourself.

Cancelling the agreement

The maximum term of appointment is 90 days. If you agree on a term of more than 60 days:

  • either party may end the appointment
  • you (or your agent) must give a minimum of 30 days’ written notice
  • the appointment must remain in effect for at least 60 days.

Otherwise, it ends at the end of the agreed contract term (which may be up to 90 days).

In general terms, fixtures are defined as anything on the property that is screwed in, glued in, nailed in, bolted in or plumbed in to the structures of the property.


HOW TO FIND AN AGENT


Research potential agents just like you would similar properties and your potential buyers. There are many different real estate agencies to choose from. Look at a few to get an insight into how they work.

The agent you choose is going to represent you and your property. It’s important that the agent you choose knows the area you’re selling in, and knows the other properties for sale, and that have sold recently. Other properties in the area could be competition to your sale, and it’s good to know what you’re up against. An agent who knows the local scene can assess your home as it sits in the market, alongside similar properties.

One of the best ways to research your shortlisted agents is at open house inspections, so why not pop into one and see your agent in action.

You don’t have to choose open homes of properties that are similar to yours, just use the opportunity to see how your agent presents an open house and deals with potential buyers. It can also be a good time to say hello and get some contact details.

Do you feel comfortable with the agent? You need to be very honest with an agent during the selling process and hence you need to make sure you are comfortable with the agent and can have open and honest communications.

Look at the agent’s results, making sure you look at properties the agent has sold recently. Ask for the hard facts, sale prices, time on market etc.

The agent should be able to give you a thorough snapshot of the market in your area and surrounding areas. They should know about schools, transport, demographics and the sorts of buyers looking for homes in the area.

 

HOW TO LIST YOUR PROPERTY


Everyone wants top dollar for their property, however, we need to have the emotional discipline to resist from pricing them above the market. Let our research capability help you determine your pricing strategy.

Complete Agency appointment documents (Form 6) and advertising schedule.

We arrange professional photo's, signage and all advertising needs.

Agents monitor and provide regular client feedback and a weekly vendor report.

Open homes and private inspections are conducted for the full term of the exclusive listing.

When a contract is secured all parties involved receive a copy of the contract within 24 hours. The agency will attend all inspections for building & pest, bank valuations and pre-settlement inspection by the purchaser.

 

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Breaking News: The Eugene Street Bellbird Park proposed 333-lot subdivision development application has been formally refused by Ipswich City Council this afternoon.

As this is a straight out refusal, there is no scope for the applicant to request a negotiated decision with Council.

However, the applicant has the right of appeal to the Planning & Environment Court. If that happens, Council will vigorously defend its decision before the Court.

I wish to thank all residents who contacted me regarding this matter.

For your information, this is a statement I have made to the Queensland Times this afternoon:

Division 2 Councillor Paul Tully said the determination to refuse the application was the “only decision which could be made”.

“Community always comes first when widespread legitimate concerns are raised about the local environment, the amenity of the area and the undesirability of jamming 333 more homes into a tiny precinct.”

Cr Tully reiterated his earlier comment that it was “the worst town planning application” he had ever seen in 39 years.

“The Singapore-based developer should donate the land to the people of Bellbird Park and Ipswich in perpetuity as an environmental park,” Cr Tully said.
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