TOP TIPS: Premium Price

What does it take to get a premium price for your property? A premium price is data driven. It's about looking at comparable blocks of land and comparable houses to give a baseline figure on the value of a property. Any increase on the baseline is considered a premium price. "There’s a distinct DNA in getting a premium price in real estate," explains Sam Danckert. "Some interest can be attributed to timing of who is in the market and relative competition, which is external and not controllable, however there are key factors that are certainly within a Vendor's control. The most important factor is Agent selection - getting the best person for the job. It might seem quite obvious, but it's

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