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Te Aro
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Comparity New Zealand | Compare & Save - Te Aro, Wellington, New Zealand

14 Lombard Street
Te Aro

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Category: Marketing & Advertising

Comparity is best known for offering an independent and impartial comparison on 1000’s of New Zealand products and services.

Kiwis selling their home in New Zealand

Researching Kiwi real estate agents
Choosing a New Zealand agent to sell your house quickly and for the best price can be complicated. Some will offer you low fees or give an impressively high property valuation, but these can be red flags. 
While two thirds of recent home movers told us they were satisfied with the service they received from their estate agent in our 2015 property survey, one in six were dissatisfied - so it's important that you do your research before choosing an agent.
Search for an agent that is experienced in selling property like yours - they will have a good pool of potential buyers and know what people are looking for in a property.
Look in the local newspaper and online, but also drive or walk around your area to see which agents are marketing other flats and houses in your neighbourhood. 
Also, speak to friends, family members and neighbours to see if they can recommend an estate agent. 
Once you've identified a few recommended companies that are selling properties similar to yours, visit their offices. For a true idea of how hard they'd work to sell your property if you were to market with them, you could pretend to be a buyer interested in properties like your own and see how helpful the staff are.

Choosing the best estate agent

Use comparity.co.nz to shortlist three potential estate agents and invite each to give you a property valuation.

Make sure you check exactly what services each estate agent offers. For example:

Will they conduct viewings, or will you have to?

What marketing materials will they prepare (eg floorplans, photographs, online tours)?

How many relevant buyers do they have on their books, and will they tell them about your property?

Will they provide a 'for sale' board?
It's important that you check which property portals they will advertise your property on - trademe is far the most popular New Zealand property listing site.

Check the performance of your New Zealand Real estate agent
Invite your shortlisted estate agents to your home to discuss their offer and conduct a valuation. This is a good opportunity for you to ask them some further questions to help find the best estate agent to sell your home, such as:

How quickly do the


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