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Selling your Burpengary home: How should you market the property?

By James Brown

After you decide to sell your Burpengary property, getting your listing out into the public and into the minds of prospective buyers is the next big challenge to tackle. Speaking with a real estate agent in Burpengary could give you a good direction to follow, but ensuring you take advantage of all the different avenues available to you is essential. 

The first big thing to remember is how prevalent the Internet is in our day-to-day lives. Putting up an online listing is a great way of reaching the general public and pushing your home to the masses.

A 23 January release from Slater and Gordon Conveyancing Works found that 58.5 per cent of people surveyed would head online to start their search for a home, offering some insight into the changing way people are interacting with the real estate landscape. 

Of course, this doesn't mean to neglect any other advertising avenues. Print is still a crucial tool that many home owners use to sell their home. And the newspaper sections and agency booklets are still a fun, familiar way for people to browse listings and make appointments at their leisure. 

Be sure to cover all your advertising bases and start a rigorous, multi-media marketing campaign to sell your Burpengary home.

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