Global Real Estate Wentworthville
Call Us: 02 9636 2221
Address: Shop 1/52 Dunmore Street
Wentworthville, NSW 2145

“Dhan Pat Rai – Director/LREA”. We speak: English, Punjabi, Hindi, Gujarati & Chinese.

GLOBAL REAL ESTATE wentworthville is a young & dynamic real estate office setting the highest standards of client service commitment to achieve practical solutions for wealth, growth and security investment

Our Philosophy recognize that you cannot be all things to people instead our goal is to develop a long term relationship with selected number of clients and provide these clients with the highest levels of expertise.

“Our aim is to provide a style of service we seek to provide a level of information and professional advice necessary in today’s real estate market. We are committed to assisting you with your property needs, which include buying, selling, investing and property management.

Global Real Estate is committed to delivering the best possible service, professionalism and experience, we listen to your needs and we assure you that our highly experience staff will assist your every need.

We are looking forward to helping you with your every real estate need and any future enquires you might have in the future.

“The Real Experts in Real Estate”. In a word, simplicity.

Appoint An Agent

Your home is likely to be your most valuable asset, so professional expertise and assistance with the sale is worthwhile. For this reason, most home sellers engage a real-estate agent. Working with an agent should offer you the following advantages:

  • Access to market appraisal data
  • Advice on the most appropriate method of sale (e.g. auction or private treaty)
  • The development and implementation of a marketing plan
  • Advice on how to present your home to the public
  • Access to a large numbers of buyers
  • Screening of potential buyers
  • Assistance when negotiating the best price
  • Effective administration of all legal and financial requirements

Global Real Estate will provide a free market appraisal, within the Sydney metropolitian area. Please provide your detail in the register. One of our sales person will get in touch with you as soon as possible. There is no obligation to this. If your property is currently listed or managed by another agent, please disregard this message.

Should you Auction your Property?

Submitting your property for Auction means that prospective buyers will bid against one another at a date and time set by you. Auctions are generally performed on the site of the property that is for sale. The main advantage of Auctions is that a firm price does not need to be set. This open-ended situation provides an opportunity of the price to exceed expectations. Auctions are likely to be more effective if the property is superior in quality to other properties in the area or if the property market is buoyant (i.e. experiencing a ‘boom’ time).

If you are considering an auction sale, you should appoint an agent. The agent will either carry out the auction personally or obtain an auctioneer to conduct the proceedings.

The agent will also be responsible for ensuring the marketing and promotion of the property has been conducted efficiently and all inspections performed prior to the auction. These acts should help to ensure several genuine bidders attend the auction.

How to calculate the price of your property?

If you are selling your home by private treaty, the most important decision you will need to make is what price to put it to the market. Even if you are to sell through Auction, you will need to establish your reserve price. Setting a realistic price will ensure you obtain your asking price (or close to it) and also conduct the sale promptly. When determining a sound price you should:

  • Arrange an Appraisal
  • Examine a Comparative Market Analysis
  • Consider Market Conditions
  • Estimate your Net Gain

Negotiating and Accepting an Offer

It is the role of your real estate agent to conduct all negotiations. Do not negotiate directly with any prospective buyers, always redirect them to your agent if they contact you.

When an offer is made, the agent will put the offer in writing, signed by the buyer. The agent will then present this offer to you. If you are not pleased by the offer you make a “counter-offer” at a price acceptable to you. Your agent will then take this “counter-offer” to the buyer who will either withdraw their offer or match your asking price.