At Gardian our agents have business development areas, that is, suburbs in which they specialise in. The agents farm this area. They farm the area by marketing in the suburb, giving locals market updates, giving potential buyers looking in that suburb information and overall knowing what it is happening in their area.
In last Saturday’s Courier Mail, the REIQ put in a full-page advertisement in support of Queensland real estate. It outlined why real estate is essential for every Queenslander.
Big congratulations to all of our buyers, sellers and staff that were successful in achieving a sale in the month of May
With the first quarter now at an end, now is a good time to reflect on the changing market and your property goals.
The world is changing by the minute. This week the Australian Government ruled to outlaw open houses and auctions. The novel corona virus COVID-19 is having a huge impact on how real estate activities are conducted. Last week we posted how The Real Estate Institute of Queensland (REIQ) has recommended changes to the way private inspections are now to be conducted. With the latest news on even further restrictions on limiting social contact, Gardian has been forced to change the way we sell properties, below are two examples.
The emergence of the novel corona virus COVID-19 is going to have an impact on how real estate activities are conducted in the coming months. The Real Estate Institute of Queensland has recommended changes to the way open homes and private inspections are conducted and have advised agents to:
Last week we mentioned how our Phillips’ Mortgage Choice office was abuzz after the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) took the remarkable step to slice the official cash rate to a new record low of 0.5%. So which banks passed on the rate cut?
Whether you are buying or selling, we have an agent who specialises in your suburb and we are ready to give you much-needed advice to make informed decisions.