Your Property Profits says it gets the highest sale price for homes, in the shortest timeframe with the least inconvenience. This is a sponsored post.
“WHETHER you’re downsizing, moving or renovating, Your Property Profits is all about helping you achieve the highest sale price for your home, in the shortest timeframe with the least inconvenience to you and your family,” says director Kim Persson.
“Due to lockdown restrictions the skilled team will evaluate your property and your needs via a video call,” says Kim.
“Then [we’ll] be able to put together a renovation plan so you can see what the strategy is to help you bring out the true potential of your home.
“[We’ll] even clean, style and prepare your home before it hits the market.” Kim says the property market in Canberra has never been stronger, with houses across the city reaching “unprecedentedly high” prices.
“There are even buyers on waiting listings, searching for houses just like yours to come on the market,” she says.
“That’s where [we] can help. We specialise in bringing older, lived-in homes back to life with a fresh outlook and a perspective on what buyers are looking for right now.”
Kim says it’s this hands-on approach, industry knowledge and undeniable results that have gained Your Property Profits a trusted reputation throughout the region.
“The key to our success is that you don’t have to pay for the renovation; there are no upfront costs when you revamp your property with us,” she says.
“Once your home is sold, the renovation costs and fees will be taken out of the settlement costs, all you have to do is pop the champagne!”
Your Property Profits. Call 1800 225597, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit yourpropertyprofits.com.au
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