Kollosche Capitalises On Relistings

November 4 2022

Kollosche agents are finding sales success for vendors, when other agencies have fallen short
Kollosche Capitalises On Relistings

Kollosche is achieving great results for vendors who fail to gain a positive sales outcome for their properties through other agencies.

A real estate boom during the pandemic opened the doors for a swathe of new real estate agencies and an army of fresh agents to enter the market.

Yet today’s market is very different from that of 2020-21, where sight-unseen sales were common and almost any agent could achieve a certain level of success.

As the market has adjusted to the current economic conditions of high inflation and rising interest rates, leading to low stock levels and buyers who are more selective, only those agents with the experience and ability to adapt continue to succeed.

Kollosche is an established brand in the Gold Coast market, which prides itself on delivering premium results for vendors, but not at any cost.

Recently it has had great success in marketing listings that have failed to sell through other agencies, who may have over-promised and under-delivered.

Managing expectations and having a clear line of communication with vendors is key to success, as is executing an informed marketing campaign that strikes a chord with the right target market.

Kollosche agents are skilled in negotiation and can expertly advise clients on what is required to meet the current buyer market, while still achieving premium sales results.

4040 QUAYSIDE | Kollosche

Kollosche sales agent Marco De Vincentiis and selling principal Michael Kollosche managed to clinch a sale on relisted 4040 Quayside, Benowa. The property sold for $1,280,000 after only five days on the market and ahead of its scheduled auction on 18 November. A deal on the waterfront residence was made after only 15 enquiries and one open home with the price achieved well above previous levels of interest. The property was first listed with another agency in August, but records show it failed to sell after 63 days.

205 BEECHMONT ROAD | Kollosche

In a separate deal, Marco, along with fellow agents Sam Guo and Julia Kuo wrapped up the sale of an intriguing home at 205 Beechmont Road, Advancetown, (for an undisclosed price) the day after its auction on 29 October. The property had been on the market with a rival agency from December 2021, but it failed to sell after 166 days, when the vendor took it off market before relisting with Kollosche.

In other big sales this week, sales associate Jay Helprin and Michael Kollosche found a buyer for 6 Beverley Crescent in Broadbeach Waters. Designed to reflect a high-end hotel, the waterfront home was sold for $7,000,000 to an interstate buyer. More than 350 enquiries were made and 200 groups inspected the property during a high-profile marketing campaign.

In Benowa Waters, lead agent Jamie Harrison and sales associate Zac Palmer sold 2/81 Edinburgh Road for $2,020,000 after fielding 98 enquiries and carrying out 21 inspections. The property sold to a buyer from Hobart for above vendor expectation.

2516 CRESSBROOK DRIVE | Kollosche

In the northern Gold Coast, a modern two-storey home on the Coomera River at 2516 Cressbrook Drive, Hope Island, sold for $4,500,000 through sales agent William Sarti. The property attracted huge interest from international, interstate and local buyers for its location, and multiple offers were received. It was sold to a family from Taiwan.

On the hill in Burleigh Heads, lead agent Rob Lamb sold 2/50 Hill Avenue for $1,585,300 after receiving four offers and 112 enquiries. The three-bedroom home with one of the best views in Burleigh was bought by a family from Toowoomba, who can’t wait to move in.

If you are thinking of selling, reach out to a reputable Kollosche agent who can help you to build an effective sales campaign.

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