Our seller’s guide will equip you with all the knowledge and tools to sell your property successfully.


Meet a local market expert

Have a property appraisal by a local market expert. He/she can visit your home and locality, and help you assess current market conditions accordingly.

Be exclusive

Resist the urge to list your property with multiple agents. It is always best to list your property with a single agent. This gives the broker security over the listing, making them more likely to invest extra time and effort to attract buyers. Over-exposure through different brokers can come across as a desperate sales measure and attract low offers. It can also leave you confused and frazzled.


Select a brokerage

Select a brokerage that has a strong local presence and a wider market appeal. This ensures that your property is fully marketed to all potential buyers.

Make the property camera-ready

Your broker will advise you on steps to be taken to make your property look its best for the photoshoot and for viewings. Decluttering, cleaning, and a fresh coat of paint are very effective ways to make a property more appealing to buyers.


Obtain the NOC

While most fees fall on the buyer, sellers will have to pay upto 2% to their broker, and a small fee for a No Objection Certificate (NOC), needed to sell the property.

“Block” the property

Sellers who have a mortgage on their property will need to go through the 'blocking' process and obtain a liability letter from their bank.


Hire a conveyancer

After finalizing the deal, it is recommended to engage the services of a professional conveyancing company to ensure that the sales process proceeds smoothly.

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