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Selling my property - where do I start

Selling my Property - where do I start

Selling with Harcourts


I want to sell my Property, where do I start


Step 1

Determine the saleability and what your property is worth in the current market. Request a Free market value appraisal


Step 2

Arrange a meeting with your local Harcourts agent.

With your permission, when you meet your Harcourts agent, we would like to:

  • Interview you to discuss your needs and determine how we can assist in the sales process.
  • Tour the property to enable us to take detailed notes and after assessment determine the possible market value.
  • Answer questions you may have about Harcourts, the agent, the service we will provide or any other real estate matters.
  • Provide you with accurate market research and discuss a suitable marketing program of how your property could be marketed for sale. This schedule is flexible and we will welcome your input to suit your needs
  • Talk you through the whole Selling with Harcourts sales process

It is essential that all decision makers involved in the sale of the property are available at the initial meeting to avoid any marketing delays


Step 3

Market the property on the platforms that best suits your property including the internet and social media.

Arrange maximum exposure via show days and personal invites.


Step 4

Get the best possible offer via your dedicated agent. Initiate sales channel


Step 5

Sit back and let your agent guide you to a new home



For further information please feel free to contact our office at 044 873 4148 or mail the principal george@harcourts.co.za       





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