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Your local agent will visit your property to give you
a professional, no-obligation appraisal.

Agents should be accountable for the promises they make before they are appointed to ​Selling your property.

​That is why if we do not get you the agreed sale price, you will not need to pay a selling fee when we sell.

Questions about Our Minimum Price Guarantee?

Why have you created this guarantee? 

Will this Price Guarantee be written into the agency agreement?

Can you provide us a copy of the agency agreement before we meet? 

If halfway through the auction/sale campaign, we realise we will not reach the agreed minimum price, will this compromise your effort? 

What happens if we instruct you to take an offer below the agreed minimum price?

​What are the forms of ID required to register at auction in Canberra?​​​​

​Poorly negotiated fee/commission structures such as flat amounts - $10,000 or 1.5% of the total price - encourage agents to sell as quickly as possible often pre-auction and can end up potentially costing the owner tens of thousands at the end.

​That is why we will agree on a high and low fee in our agency agreement - $9,000 - $14,000 - and at the end of the sale, you get to pick that range. This keeps me accountable and incentivised to the very end.

Why Fixed Fees or Flat Fees work Against Your (the sellers) Interest!

Why do you advise against flat fees or fixed  %?

Why do we get to select the fee after the sale has been agreed?

Can you show us real life examples of how you have extracted maximum value out of the buyer pool?

Can we negotiate/agree on the high and low fee range?

Won't the agent do the right thing irrespective of the fee structure? 

Can we agree on high low % range such as 1.5% to 2.5%, or $9,000 to $15,000 exclusivity do we have if we are the highest bidder and the property gets passed in?

Less is more. My commitment is to take on only a small number of listing and provide customised and personalised service.

​This means we can open your home three times a week as a minimum allowing buyers more access and creating.

What is your Service Difference? 

How often will you (Frank Walmsley)open our home and why is this important?

My other business interests and conflicts

Daily or scheduled phone call

​​What do we do if we are the only bidders at the auction?​​​​

​Can we use a deposit bond at auction in Canberra?​​​​

​What can we do if we are buying as joint tenants and require the contract to be in both of our names, but one of us will be away on the auction date?​​​​

​Does the agent need to let us know if the vendor decides to sell before the auction date?​​​​

​​When is stamp duty payable if we buy at auction?​​​​

​Can you buy residential properties with unapproved structures in Canberra?​​​​

​Can I withdraw my bid after the auctioneer has taken it?​​​​

Can you tell us a little about yourself?

Conjunction with other agents?

When and how can we reach you?

​​If we want to include a special condition in the contract, how could we do that?​​​​

​​The auction contract provided by the agency allows a 30 day settlement period. This is too short for us, can we change the proposed settlement period?​​​​

​​In Canberra what is the process if we want to buy a residential property before the auction date?​​​​

​​​How does telephone or remote bidding work?​​​​

​​​​If items or inclusions that we thought were included have not been mentioned in the contract, what do you we do?​​​​

​​​​​Buying property under the Land Rent Scheme at auction?​​​​

How will Do you Propose to advertise & what is the Likely Investment? 

​Our agency agreements will only stand for seven days so if you are unhappy with the service you can cancel without loss

Agency Agreement Differences 

​What is the best increment to use when bidding?​​​​

​What are the standard methods used to pay the exchange deposit in Canberra?​​​​

​Should we bid if we are the only registered buyers?​​​​

​​What do we do if we are the only bidders at the auction?​​​​

​Can we use a deposit bond at auction in Canberra?​​​​

​What can we do if we are buying as joint tenants and require the contract to be in both of our names, but one of us will be away on the auction date?​​​​

​Does the agent need to let us know if the vendor decides to sell before the auction date?​​​​

​​When is stamp duty payable if we buy at auction?​​​​

​Can you buy residential properties with unapproved structures in Canberra?​​​​

​Can I withdraw my bid after the auctioneer has taken it?​​​​

​​Can the auctioneer refuse our bid?​​​​

​What is the minimum length of time you can run an auction campaign for in Canberra?​​​​

​What rights and exclusivity do we have if we are the highest bidder and the property gets passed in?​​​​

​What are the forms of ID required to register at auction in Canberra?​​​​

​​If we want to include a special condition in the contract, how could we do that?​​​​

​​The auction contract provided by the agency allows a 30 day settlement period. This is too short for us, can we change the proposed settlement period?​​​​

​​In Canberra what is the process if we want to buy a residential property before the auction date?​​​​

​​​How does telephone or remote bidding work?​​​​

​​​​If items or inclusions that we thought were included have not been mentioned in the contract, what do you we do?​​​​

​​​​​Buying property under the Land Rent Scheme at auction?​​​​

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