Episode from the podcastPropTech Pulse

A higher sale price and thousands saved on commission fees

Released Wednesday, 1st August 2018
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After years working in the real estate industry and growing increasingly frustrated with a structure which resulted in agents charging huge commissions to the public, Andrew Balchut saw the potential of utilising the online space to develop a new way of selling houses. A method which empowered the public and saved them thousands, whilst also providing the advice and marketing support of a licensed real estate agent.
In this episode of PropTech Pulse, PropertyNow director Andrew Blachut joins host Thom Richards to discuss the platform and how it differs to their competitors. He will unpack the process of listing with PropertyNow, where your listing is pushed out to and how on many occasions private sellers are finalising sales prices higher than agent appraisals.
They will also discuss fee structures within the industry, why going through an agent is often not the easiest method and share Property Now's vision for the future of their business.
For more information about PropertyNow and the service that they are offering, head to www.propertynow.com.au
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