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1 in 2 agents have seen growth in interstate and overseas buyers for local property

New research reveals real estate agents have seen growth in the number of interstate and overseas property buyers in the last 12 months.  Gavl, in conjunction with Pureprofile, a leading data and insights company, conducted a survey of Sydney and Melbourne real estate agents to gauge potential growth, if any, in enquiries for local properties by interstate and overseas buyers.  48% of agents revealed they have seen growth over the last year in the number of […]

“How agents can overcome ‘digital fatigue’” by Justin Nickerson

Gavl spokesperson and leading auctioneer across Australia and New Zealand gave us some valuable time recently to pen his thoughts on the digital landscape, what’s been offered and just how best they can be used for fellow agents. Check out his article, below to find out all his opinions and the latest happenings in the […]

Auction first timer sells house to Gavl bidder

Leane was in a pickle. 2 weeks into the marketing campaign for her North Croydon property, her open for inspection volume wasn’t meeting her expectations. “I was a bit worried. A week or two after the marketing campaign started – we were getting feedback about the inspections. I had a few friends selling around Windsor […]

Interstate buyer scoops up Malvern East property on the Gavl app

Alexa had been on the property hunt for some time before she felt market conditions turn in her favour. When a glorious home in Malvern East presented itself, it was the perfect situation. “I always wanted to purchase – it was always a right time, right place situation. Watching the market – I would occasionally […]

Market trends indicate innovation is needed in the real estate market

Current low clearance rates suggest vendor price expectations are higher than what buyers are prepared to pay. As such the economic laws of supply and demand dictate buyer demand has fallen. This is evidenced by our data which indicates the average number of physical attendees at auctions in Australia has dropped by over 37% from […]

Passed-in properties sell for $42,000 more on average after auction

91% of 463 passed-in properties eventually sold for $41k more, on average, than the highest bid at auction Thought auction competition was high? It turns out the competition is just as high in the 24 hours after a property has been passed in at auction. New research reveals that passed-in properties don’t commonly sell for […]

Properties Sell Better at Auction

60% of Aussies wrongly believe private treaty gets them the best property sale price. It’s the decision that has almost all vendors conflicted: whether to sell via auction or private treaty. New research has revealed 90 per cent of real estate agents believe selling under the hammer secures the highest sale price for a property […]

Huge News: Gavl a SMART 100 finalist for 2018!

Every year, over 700 are nominated as one of Anthill’s SMART 100 finalists for 2018. These include entrepreneurs, small businesses and a general myriad of fantastic, enthusiastic people who are the beating heart of an extraordinary Australian business community. We’re super excited to announce our nomination as one of the finalists for 2018! All of the […]

Property passes-in. Gavl watcher makes an offer and wins

The month of May isn’t the best season for property auctions in New Zealand. Steve Koerber from Ray White Remuera took this into account when preparing his strategy for the sale of 111 Clonbern Road, Remuera on May 6. As with every auction, generating the interest of authentic bidders was the focus of everything he […]

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