Sales & Leasing
Inspect the property, provide a market appraisal and recommend any property improvement
Market the property including design, preparation and placement of agreed advertising
Professionally service inquiries from prospective tenants.
Conduct inspections of the property with prospective tenants.
Receive, process and check tenancy applications
Arrange credit check with our credit bureau of preferred applicant.
Negotiate the rental amount of the property along with suitable terms and conditions
Select a tenant in consultation with the owner
Arrange preparation of the appropriate documentation
the lease agreement
the condition report (where applicable)
inventory of fixtures and fittings
Provide a copy of additional documentation that may be required under government legislation. Brief the tenant(s) and owner of their respective rights and duties
Collect and receipt the rental payment for the first period of the lease agreement
Collect and receipt the security bond (If applicable) or arrange for an appropriate bank guarantee.
Pay the security bond into a tenancy trust account if the property is under management (under instruction from the landlord)
Disburse the rent to the owner with a statement detailing all income and authorised expenditure.
Sale of a commercial property by private treaty
The services provided for the sale of a property by auction are also extended to any sale by private treaty excluding, of course, those pertaining to the auction itself
Sale of a Commercial Property by Auction
Provide an appraisal of the market value of the property
Recommend ways to optimise the appeal of the property
Provide a marketing proposal including:
marketing schedule and advertising budget
strategies for introducing prospective buyers to the property
Ascertain existing tenancy arrangements
Arrange appropriate signage for the property
Arrange and lodge approved advertising and promotional material
Introduce prospective buyers to the property
Professionally service inquiries from prospective purchasers.
Provide regular reports on the level of buyer interest
Liaise with the occupier to arrange inspections (where possible)
Conduct inspections of the property with the prospective buyers
Submit all offers to the vendors
Establish, prior to an auction, a strategy for the conduct of the auction, taking into account the vendor's instructions and the level of buyer interest
Ensure the necessary documentations is in place to effect the sale.
Conduct the auction in accordance with the REIV Auctioneer's Code of Conduct
Negotiate a sale in accordance with the vendor's instructions
Receipt the deposit in accordance with the Estate Agent's Act
In the event that the property is not sold, maintain contact as required to review the sale campaign and extend it for an agreed time and for any additional agreed advertising budget
Provide the opportunity for a final inspection with the purchaser.
Liaise with legal representatives of all parties to facilitate sale and settlement