Marketing – “You cannot sell a secret”
Advertising your property is essential for a successful sale. East Coast Real Estate (Qld) are experts at preparing your property to go to market and achieve an outstanding sales result.
Marketing methods such as internet promotion, signboard, local marketing and newspaper advertising all play an important role in showcasing your property. It has been proven that the above methods equates to increased exposure, a greater number buyers and more competition for your property…and that means a better result for you.
Marketing costs that are included in your overall advertising budget, will be reflected in the final negotiated sale price. You will be required to pay a commission to your real estate agent and advertising fees. When a real estate agent is offered the opportunity of selling your property, an experienced agent brings expertise, many negotiation skills and advice that will contribute to a higher selling price.
Copywriting & Photography
Copywriting evokes imagination & aspiration and will help you connect with potential buyers. This critical description of your property, along with a floor plan, will reinforce the initial interest generated by the high quality photography, so getting this right is important.
Professional photography will capture the very best aspects of your property. 80% of buyers will see your property online, so make sure you have high quality images of your home that will stand out from the crowd.
East Coast Real Estate (Qld) will showcase your home on our new website. This mobile responsive design ensures your property stands out from the crowd to help attract the most amount of buyers possible.
East Coast Real Estate (Qld) has customised solutions to suit your needs. Property Signboards help spread the news that your home is on the market and captures the attention of passing buyers.
Entry Condition Report
Please complete, sign and return to our office within 3 days of the lease commencement date as required by the Residential Tenancies and Rooming Accommodation Act.
Direct debit is the preferred method of rental payments. Please refer to the information sheet provided in your tenancy moving in kit.
It is your responsibility as the account holder to increase the amount of the direct debit (if or when necessary) and cancel the direct debit authorisation at the end of your Tenancy. We cannot change any direct debit authorisation.
General Repairs and Maintenance
Repairs and maintenance must be requested to our Agency in writing; the correct forms are available on this website (See the FORMS page). If a repair request is submitted in writing to our office and has been caused by tenant or neglect, the tenant agrees to be responsible for payment of these repairs. For example: power failure due to one of your faulty appliances, a foreign object blocking toilets or garbage disposal units. It is the tenant’s responsibility to replace any blown light globes throughout the property and replace any cracked or broken windows or screens.
Office Hours: please collect our Management set, and return them to our office within one hour. Identification will be required.
After Hours: please contact a Locksmith of your choice at your cost.
Two (2) weeks’ notice will be required in writing when vacating on your lease expiry date. The correct forms are available on this website (See the FORMS page).
Breaking a Lease Agreement
If you wish to vacate the property during your Tenancy, please contact our office and we will
advise you of your obligations.
All tenants are advise to insure their own contents as they are not covered under the Lessor’s policies.