Selling your property in Moonee Ponds 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 Moonee Valley 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 Moonee Ponds

Traditionally named Moonee Moonee Ponds, the name is said to come from Wurundjeri willam man, a member of the Billibellary people who died serving the native police corps in Wimmera in 1845.

It is thought that the name was derived from an Aboriginal word for lizard.

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Vendor Advocates In Moonee Ponds

Moonee Ponds is a suburb of Melbourne, 7 km in the north of Melbourne’s CBD. Its local government areais the City of Moonee Valley.

Moonee Ponds had a population of 13,532. Today it’s a well-established inner north-western suburb of Melbourne, surrounded by the neighbouring suburbs of Brunswick, Essendon and Ascot Vale.

The suburb begin as a semi-rural district, it then developed into a populous suburb during the late 1800s, with a large collection of historic buildings remaining today as a legacy of its past.

 


Talk to us before you list your property for sale.