104 Second Avenue, Moana
$1,195,000 - $1,245,000
Luxurious Coastal Lifestyle
A superb coastal multi-level lifestyle property located in the popular “Old Survey” with easy access to one of ... READ MORE
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As the cold winter weather makes way for sunnier days, spring is a favourite time to take your property to market. But how do you make it stand out from the crowd?

It may just be the sense of possibility that comes with the changing of the season, or excitement in the lead up to Christmas, but there’s something so appealing about selling a property in spring.

A favourite time for vendors to sell, you’re likely to be faced with stiff competition. Here are five top tips for the spring selling season.

1. First impressions
Whether it’s a lick of paint on your front door or some statement pots either side of it, first impressions really do count. Never underestimate the power of street appeal and go that extra mile to make a great first impression on prospective buyers. Drag out the high-pressure hose on the driveway to remove oil stains, trim bushes/ hedges and fresh mulch in your front garden.
2. De-clutter
It isn’t called a spring clean for nothing. Sort methodically through your home,room by room, discarding clutter as you go.
3. Spring clean
While the light is very beautiful in spring, its brightness can emphasise less-than-clean surfaces. Polish your tap ware, remove cobwebs, wash your windows inside and out and dust your blinds.
4. Accessorise
Whether you do it yourself or employ a professional, property staging is a proven way to command a higher sale price. Replace old towels and throws with updated versions in on-trend hues, or rent furniture, accessories and artwork, to create a stylish feel inside that lures potential buyers.
5. Repairs and maintenance
Whether it’s that tap that’s been leaking for the past couple of months or some touch up work that’s needed on the paint front, now is the time to get onto repairs and maintenance around your home in anticipation of selling.
South Australia has the highest number of growth markets in the nation with 61 suburbs that recorded quarterly growth over the last year. This revealed Adelaide is the strongest period in the last three and half years.

Locally strong interest in vineyard properties has resulted in sales with multiple offers and over 100 buyers registered on our vineyard database.

On the residential market we have seen strong demand for family homes on large allotments in the southern suburbs.

Adelaide median price hit $470,000 up 3.87 % over last 12 months. States median price $425,000 up 2.41 %. Locally Seaford showed an increase in the last 12 months of 15 % to $391,000 & Willunga 8.8 % to $505,000
Currently we have 1,098 buyers looking for residential and rural lifestyle properties in the southern area. If you are interested in selling, call us now on 8323 9333 as we are generating sales efficiently and stress free direct to registered buyers.

4 buyers looking to invest up to $500,000 in Willunga township.
6 buyers looking to invest up to $1 million dollars for 15-20 acre vineyard
Call Mike Cross 0438 323 933

Robert is looking for a 3 - 4 bedroom home, with a large garage in the rear yard or room to build a garage. The home must have two living areas. Up to $500,000.
Anne and David are looking for a nice big home in Moana (Esplanade would be ideal) or Land of 600m2 +. Their budget is up to $950,000.
Call Derek Sobkowiak 0424 154 052

3 Buyers for McLaren Vale. Looking for 3/4 bedrooms with Ensuite. Garage UMR – up to $450,000
1 Buyer McLaren Vale. Looking for 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom, small allotment. Up to $350,000
Call Ros Cross 0408 360 026
For more information on any of our properties, or for your FREE no-obligation appraisal, call us today on 8323 9333 or email
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