Ray White Gawler | Willaston | Mallala are excited to extend a formal invitation to our 2nd in-room Auction event!
The Auction Extravaganza will take place on Thursday 9th of May from 5:00pm at the Nixons Function Centre, Gawler – where you will see 16 properties go under the hammer!
A list of all properties to go under the hammer on the day together with Auctioning terms and conditions are all listed in this booklet for download – Under-the-Hammer-Order-
Or to visit the properties online, please follow the below links –
2 King Street, Lyndoch
6 Cunningham Street, Reid
29 Hamilton Bloulevard, Evanston Gardens
11 Fifteeth Street, Gawler South
848 Gawler River Road, Gawler River
38 Murray Street, Stockport
35 Cliff Road, Roseworthy
2 Squires Place, Gawler South
34 Williamstown Road, Sandy Creek
2 Leceister Grove, Andrews Farm
10A Edith Street, Gawler East
24 Filsell Terrace, Gawler South
16 Annie Terrace, Wasleys
626 Coventry Road, Kulda
33 Oaklands Circult, Hewett
8 Ward Belt Road, Gawler Belt
Property can be a complex business. Buying, selling, renting, mortgages and repayments- it can be difficult to get started in the housing world. We’re hoping we can take some of the pressure off and clarify the world of property by answering some of the most common questions about putting homes up for sale. One of the most frequent requests we’ve had is people asking why so many people prefer to sell their homes through auction rather than private treaty. We aim to show you just why this method is so popular in recent years.
Sometimes people think that the chaotic nature of an auction means that the vendor has a lot less control over what their property is sold for. This is not the case at all! Reserve prices, vendor bids and unconditional sales contracts all grant the seller a great deal of control over the sale of their property. Auctions are certainly exciting and full of activity, but as the seller you are the conductor of this unruly orchestra.
One of the unique features of selling by auction compared to private treaty, selling your home through auction can often result in what is known as ‘auction fever’: people might end up buying your property well above its market value. This has obvious benefits for you as a seller, and also plays upon any unique features that your home may have. You could find that a particular feature of your house is extremely attractive to two or more buyers, and the competitive arena of the auction brings out a bidding war.
The fact that auctions do not have a cooling off period means that once an offer has been made, there is no delay in concluding the sale. A cooling period, depending on your state, can take up to ten days to conclude. The method is also a lot faster pre-sale as well, as you do not have to organise a series of individual viewings for potential buyers who may not be willing to buy. People who turn up to auction mostly come with a mind to purchase.
There will be light refreshments available on the day and registrations for bidding can be made prior to the event by contacting the office on 8522 4711.
For more information about the event or on how to put your home up for auction call the office on 8522 4711 and find out how you can use this savvy method to get the most value out of your property!