To help you during your decision-making process and to provide you with more information when you are selling or buying real estate. Here is a list of some of the most FAQs that many prospective clients have asked us?
1. What is a Free Property Appraisal with No-obligation?
To get an idea of what your residential property is worth in today’s market. We can carry out a “Free Property Appraisal” as part of our no-obligation comprehensive appraisal service.
2. I am thinking of selling my residential property, how do I advertise on your site?
If you are interested in selling your residential property, you will need to contact Singh Property Market at 0424 190 908 or simply click on “ENQUIRE ONLINE” and fill out the required fields.
3. How do I find out more information about a residential property?
If you are interested in the details of a specific residential property, you will need to contact Singh Property Market at 0424 190 908 or simply click on the “ENQUIRE ONLINE” and fill out the required fields
4. Can I advertise privately on your site?
We do not allow private parties to advertise on our site. We suggest you contact Singh Property Market at 0424 190 908 or simply click on “ENQUIRE ONLINE” and fill out the required fields.
5. What is an “exclusive listing”?
This is the most commonly used listing arrangement for the sale of residential properties. An exclusive listing arrangement gives you the rights to sell your residential property to only one agent.
6. What is an “open listing”?
This is a situation whereby you gain the services of a number of different agents to list your home or residential property, who in turn will attempt to find a buyer for your residential property. You are expected to pay commission to the successful agent when a buyer has been found.
7. Should I be out during an open house?
To generate serious interest in the residential property you are selling. It is recommended that you stay out during an open house, as this will enable the buyer to picture themselves living in the home.
8. What is the best advertising solution for my residential property?
There are different ways to advertise your residential property online. You can find out more about selling tips by visiting our Buying/Selling Guide.
9. Why does your website display the “sold price”?
Consumers have told us that when researching property to buy or sell, sold prices is one of the most important pieces of information they seek. So, we display this information on our site, to help you find this information quickly and easily.
1. I am looking to buy a home or residential property and want to know how to search your website?
Singh Property Market have developed an easy to use “Search” system that will help find a residential property that is right for you.
2. How do I find more information about a residential property?
If you are interested in the details of a specific residential property, you will need to contact Singh Property Market at 0424 190 908 or simply click on “ENQUIRE ONLINE” and fill out the required fields.
3. Why are listings grouped into property types?
Properties displayed on our website must be listed in a way that accurately represents the property in its current state (e.g. a property that includes a council approved dwelling cannot be listed under the “land” section).
4. Why should I employ a buyer’s agent?
A buyer’s agent will help to establish a shortlist of residential properties that meet your specific requirements or preferences.
5. What is the “cooling off period” in the contract?
After signing and exchanging contracts and to enable the buyer to decide if they want to proceed with the purchase, a “cooling off period” is usually given to the buyer for a short amount of time.
6. I know this property, so how can it be advertised in the wrong suburb?
Residential properties displayed on our website are listed by the address detailed on the property’s “title” documentation, and this is also the address recognised by the NSW Titles Office.
The Process for Land Subdivision in New South Wales
- I am looking at Subdividing Land in New South Wales and then selling the allotments as Vacant Land without having to Build a House on the Land. Can you provide me with some guidance and information?
This is a very good question you have raised. As there is a common misconception amongst many people, particularly amongst the beginners (i.e. new investors), who believe that a Land Subdivision always requires having to build a house on the land.
To answer your question? Yes, you can undertake a Land Subdivision in New South Wales without having to build a house on the land. However, there are many things to consider when you are planning a Land Subdivision and you should firstly consider seeking professional advice before you undertake your Land Subdivision project.
If you are interested and you want to understand the Land Subdivision process, you will need to contact Singh Property Market at 0424 190 908 or simply click on “ENQUIRE ONLINE” and fill out the required fields. Our aim is to make sure that you understand and are satisfied with the many things that you need to consider when planning your Land Subdivision project.
Other Professional Services Provided to Our Clients
Singh Property Market is part of the Singh Group of Companies. Our Group of Companies are in a very unique situation whereby, we are able to provide our clients with a wide range of professional services. These same professional services are also available to you through:
- Finance and brokerage services provided by (Singh Finance) you can visit our website at singhfinance.com.au
- Economic advisory services provided by (Singh Economics) you can visit our website at singheconomics.com.au
- Business and management consulting services provided by (Singh Accountants) you can visit our website at singhaccountants.com.au
Contact Us Today
If you have any further questions you may like to ask us, then please call us on 0424 190 908 or simply click on “ENQUIRE ONLINE” and we will answer your question?
Reminder: Singh Property Market have done their best to bring you accurate information. However, you should also seek independent advice as to the accuracy of information supplied.