Selling your property in Port Melbourne Property 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.

The Port Melbourne 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.

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About Port Melbourne

 

First known as Liardet’s Beach after Wilbraham Frederick Evelyn Liardet settled there in 1839 and built the first jetty and established postal and ferry services to Melbourne.

It became a borough in 1863, changed its name to Port Melbourne in 1884 and became a town in 1893 and a city on May 14, 1919.

Real estate agents in Port Melbourne

 


Vendor advocates in Port Melbourne

Port Melbourne is a south east of Melbourne, approximately 5 km south-west from Melbourne’s CBD. It is split between the local government areas of Melbourne and Port Phillip.

Port Melbourne is bayside suburb with modern architecture; restored workers cottages and grand old pubs pubs.

The suburb is bordered by the shores of Hobsons Bay and the lower reaches of the Yarra River. Port Melbourne covers a large area, which includes the distinct localities of Fishermans Bend, Garden City and Beacon Cove.

Historically it was known as Sandridge and developed as the City’s second port, linked to the nearby Melbourne CBD.

 


Quadrant of a Successful Selling Campaign: