“If you are considering selling your investment property and want to get the maximum sales price possible, there are several factors that need to be considered and undertaken before putting it on the market”, advises Pippa Rose, Lead Investment Services Manager.

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Preparing the rental property

Preparing the rental property involves several steps to ensure the property is in the best possible condition and can attract potential buyers. Our investment team can guide and help you achieve your desired results.

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  • Implications of selling when tenanted or vacant: what rights the tenants have through a sale and what to take into consideration.
 
  • Understanding the lease tenants have signed: how that may impact your timelines, and what notice is required.
 
  • Understanding why keeping the rent at market value is so important.
 
  • The condition of the property: maintenance up to date, improvements to help achieve a higher sale price.
 
  • Independent advice: sales services and commissions, referrals to sales agents…
 
  • Discussing a potential sale with an accountant/financial advisor: GCT and mortgage fees potentially reducing anticipated profit.
 
  • Providing Leah Jay with Conveyancer details: required information regarding tenancy, Notice of Attornment on settlement allowing funds to be disbursed correctly.
 
  • Understanding the local housing market.
 
  • Other factors that impact the sale and price.
 

Key Takeaways

Go Further

Allow us to help you Go Further and achieve the best sale outcome for your investment property, call Leah Jay Investment Services for advice and guidance on your property sale.

Disclaimer: This information is general in nature and does not take into account your personal situation. You should consider whether the information is appropriate to your situation, and for professional advice, seek out a financial adviser.