Three top tips for selling development properties

30 Aug Three top tips for selling development properties

You’ve done the hard work of financing, planning permission, building and getting your completion certification, don’t let yourself down by doing a bad job of marketing and selling your developments. Here are three top tips to make sure you get the best price possible.

1. Make sure you pick the best agent in your area to market the property for you, use https://www.getagent.co.uk

Get agent is an 100% impartial recommendation service. Which allows you to compare agents in the area based on average sale time, amount of properties listed in the last 6 months, and percentage of asking price achieved.

2. Make sure you’ve worked with a designer to stage the property and make it homely, see our article on this

Anyone considering buying a house has a lot of uncertainty in their future, buyers automatically look for something familiar. Homes need to be just that, a home where you want to live. What they want is to be seen as an individual, not a transaction, they want to buy something that feels like home. By all means keep the interior neutral, but not clinical.

 

Read our article about the importance of design here –

https://www.propertytechnology.co.uk/blog/how-perfection-in-planning-could-earn-you-230000

 

Read our article about kerb appeal here – https://www.propertytechnology.co.uk/blog/2018/01/the-importance-of-kerb-appeal

 

3. Make sure the experience for buyers is outstanding, check that your agent has a process to respond to viewing enquiries 24/7 – they should be using LeadPro

enquiries statistics

55% of enquiries are made when estate agents are closed. Make sure you’re working with agents who have an out of office process in place, like LeadPro, to ensure buyers have the best possible customer experience and their enquiry is dealt with in a swift manner.

Read our blog post about how agencies should be dealing with out of office hours enquiries here- https://www.propertytechnology.co.uk/blog/new-feature-out-of-office-hours-response

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