Selling your property in Burwood can be a stressful and emotional process if it is not managed correctly.

A well-balanced selling campaign is the key to achieving your selling goals.

If any one of the four parts of a selling campaign does not perform, it can be near impossible to achieve your goal.


 

Quadrant of a Successful Selling Campaign:

  • Property presentation.
  • Effective exposure through advertising.
  • The right method of sale (auction or private sale).
  • Real estate agent selection.

Our vendor advocates will map out your selling objectives, and will tailor a selling campaign that will give you the best possible results

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The Burwood property market can be difficult to manage on your own. A vendor advocate on your side will maximise what you can achieve with your biggest asset, helping you to move on to the next stage of your life.


About Burwood

 

 

In 1879 the Nunawading Shire Council renamed Ballyshanassy, named in 1858 after prominent politician Sir John O’Shanassy, to Burwood.

 

Burwood was named after businessman and politician Sir James Palmer’s residence Burwood House (now Invergowrie) in Hawthorn.

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Bundoora is located in the north east of Melbourne, approximately 16 km north from Melbourne’s. Its local government areas are the Cities of Banyule, Darebin and Whittlesea.

Bundoora had a population of 25,709. (2011 Census)

One of the few Melbourne suburbs to be split between three municipalities, Bundoora lies between the Plenty River and Darebin Creek.

Surrounding suburbs: Burwood East, Box Hill South, Ashburton, Camberwell, Canterbury, Surrey Hills, Mont Albert. 

Surrounding suburbs: Burwood East, Box Hill South, Ashburton, Camberwell, Canterbury, Surrey Hills, Mont Albert.


Talk to us before you list your property for sale.