Robbie and Dianne had a 92% clearance rate for 2009 (see detail in 5)

An innovative and effective marketing strategy:

1.    Removes the price:  "A buyers first objection is usually price related"
  • Encourages buyers to focus on the qualities of the property - not the price
  • Competition at the auction establishes the price - helping you achieve whatever premium is obtainable.  Your property may be worth more than you thought.
2.    Promotes the property:  "You can't sell a secret"
  • Focused, flexible marketing packages target qualified prospects, giving your property maximum exposure.
  • Our marketing approach means your property is promoted to a wider audience, both nationally and internationally in a very cost effective way
  • Prominent exposure on the internet helps promote your property internationally
3.    Sets a time frame:  "Compels all buyers to compete at the same time"
  • Concentrates buyer interest and prompts action
  • Vendors can plan ahead, as they know exactly when the property will sell
  • Reduces the vendor's carrying costs, rates and interest
4.    Creates competition:  "A competitive auction environment will maximise the true market value of             your property"
  • Competitive bidding drives the price upwards, and reduces the risk of underselling
5    Achieves results:  "Auction means action"
  • Robbie and Dianne ran 13 auctions in 2009 selling 12 of the 13 properties either prior to, on auction day, or within two weeks
  • Client testimonials support our track record and reputation
6.    Enjoys dedicated support
  • Bayleys plan and execute auctions creating intrigue and excitement
  • Our professional auctioneers are dedicated to maximising the sale value of your property
  • We have dedicated in-house auction rooms and facilities, alternatively auctions may be conducted on site by request
  • Auction sales are cash unconditional, making the sale decisive and final
  • Terms and conditions are tailored to suit our vendors requirements
  • Vendors are kept fully informed via weekly written progress reports