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12 days ago

Real Estate in Alert Level 2

Matt from Matt Wineera - Ray White Bayfair- Beach Realty Ltd, REAA 2008

Real Estate in Alert Level 2

All real estate professionals must comply with public health requirements
ie social distancing, wear face masks, use hand sanitiser, sanitise any surfaces touched, provide QR code & hygiene notices at open homes and private viewings

We can, if we comply with … View more
Real Estate in Alert Level 2

All real estate professionals must comply with public health requirements
ie social distancing, wear face masks, use hand sanitiser, sanitise any surfaces touched, provide QR code & hygiene notices at open homes and private viewings

We can, if we comply with the health requirements

* Appraise your home
* List your home for sale
* Provide you with a listing agreement for your signature
* Market your property - professionals (photographers or home stagers) can visit your property
* Have an open home limited to 50 people
* Have private viewings

You can contact me on 0274951536 for further real estate info

24 days ago

Real Estate in Alert Level 3

Matt from Matt Wineera - Ray White Bayfair- Beach Realty Ltd, REAA 2008

Real estate in Alert Level 3 is still reasonably restrictive but the guidelines supplied by the REA (Real Estate Authority) to conduct real estate are for the safety of everyone.

You can chat with me anytime about anything real estate - 0274 951 536. Stay safe

REA Guidelines for Alert Level … View more
Real estate in Alert Level 3 is still reasonably restrictive but the guidelines supplied by the REA (Real Estate Authority) to conduct real estate are for the safety of everyone.

You can chat with me anytime about anything real estate - 0274 951 536. Stay safe

REA Guidelines for Alert Level 3

Private viewings by buyers or potential buyers are permitted under alert level 3, with the written consent of the vendor and provided all health requirements are met

Only two visits or viewings of each home for sale per day are permitted and must meet all health requirements

Customers, clients or other members of the public cannot enter real estate offices

Visits to properties by professionals to support the real estate transaction process and to complete pre-sale conditions are permitted provided all health requirements are strictly met

Buyers may undertake pre-settlement inspections and may relocate their home

Buyers agents may undertake pre-settlement inspections for their clients

Appraisals may be completed provided all health requirements are met

Service providers may attend a property provided health requirements are met

All properties should have a NZ COVID Tracer app QR code throughout the sales process

Health requirements include:
Mask wearing is required for anyone aged 12 years and over when entering any property
NZ COVID Tracer app QR codes must be displayed in a prominent place at real estate offices and any property for sale
Contact records must also be collected for every visit at a property
Systems and processes must be in place to ensure compliance with physical distancing

Infringement offences apply for breach of public health order requirements

Restrictions on travelling between alert level areas apply


Health requirements at alert level 3
Real estate agents must:

Work from home during level 3 unless it is impossible to do so. Work in the office may only occur in limited circumstances in line with health guidelines

Customers, clients and members of the public must not enter real estate offices

Ensure face coverings or masks are worn by all people over the age of 12 during visits at properties. You can find guidance about face coverings on the COVID-19 website

Ensure there is no personal contact with customers or clients

Maintain 2-metre physical distancing and ensure there are systems and processes in place to ensure compliance with this requirement

Not visit a property if the occupants are unwell, are self-isolating or have been in contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 within the last 14 days

Not visit a property if you or anyone you have been in contact with are unwell, are self-isolating or have been in contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 within the last 14 days

Minimise time at a property

Maintain physical distancing by minimising personal contact with all people outside your extended bubble including colleagues, clients and potential buyers

Work with all vendors to ensure there are no more than two visits or viewings at a property per day, with no more than two people present at the visit or viewing

Ensure that a NZ COVID Tracer app QR code is prominently displayed at the property

Ensure that systems and processes are in place to enable contact tracing records to be kept of all people entering the property while it is for sale

Ensure visitors to a property scan the QR code and/or provide contact details

Ensure visits are contactless and cleaning of surfaces is undertaken after each visit to the property

Visits and viewings may only be conducted if all of the health requirements are met

Minimise travel between regions.

If a virtual appraisal isn't possible, real estate agents who can comply with the above health requirements may visit a property to conduct an appraisal if the vendor and any tenants agree.

All discussions about marketing plans, disclosures and how the listing will progress must be by phone or video call to minimise personal contact.

31 days ago

Selling your home when you have kids

Matt from Matt Wineera - Ray White Bayfair- Beach Realty Ltd, REAA 2008

TIPS TO SELLING YOUR HOME WHEN YOU HAVE KIDS
Get Organised & Prepared 
Organise your thoughts and implement a plan. Put away all but 25% of the toys and maybe 1-2 weeks’ worth of clothing

Make a Family Contract 
Make a contract with your kids - after all, you are signing lots of … View more
TIPS TO SELLING YOUR HOME WHEN YOU HAVE KIDS
Get Organised & Prepared 
Organise your thoughts and implement a plan. Put away all but 25% of the toys and maybe 1-2 weeks’ worth of clothing

Make a Family Contract 
Make a contract with your kids - after all, you are signing lots of papers when you buy and sell your home. Use this as an example. If they are primary age or older, this can be a great life lesson! Find out what motivates them to help get your home ready for showings - let the “market” be the motivator! 

Make a Daily Clean-Up Checklist for Kids 
Making a checklist for all of the chores that your kids are capable of helping with will set their expectations on the right path. Remind them to make their beds (or do their best to straighten it up), clean off the bathroom counter and hang up towels

Prepare Showing/Open Home Bags 
Pre-made showing/open home bags are a great way to take pressure off of you These bags can hold your kid's favourite treats, drinks, a special toy/book, cosy clothes/blanket. Whatever you do, make these fun (something unique that they only get when there’s a showing - it makes that time exciting!) 

Set Up Showing Delays 
Ask your agent to give you a 24-hour showing notice for each requested showing of your home,

Try to minimise your workload: 
Cook your meals on the grill or in the oven in a single dish - less clean up if there isn't a cooktop to wipe down
Think about only using one bathroom - less to clean
Have one place for homework and hide ALL kids craft

RELAX
Remember to stay positive, stick to the plan, and make some good memories with your family during this time. You've got this! 

Want to know more about selling your home?
I'm available anytime for a chat - 00274951536

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56 days ago

What everyone should know about the Multi Offer process when buying a home

Matt from Matt Wineera - Ray White Bayfair- Beach Realty Ltd, REAA 2008

Kia Ora
This process is designed to give all potential buyers an equal opportunity.

Want to know more about the multi offer process just have a chat with me.

It is not like an auction  where there can be multiple bids (offers) happening “live” with bidders (buyers) competing openly … View more
Kia Ora
This process is designed to give all potential buyers an equal opportunity.

Want to know more about the multi offer process just have a chat with me.

It is not like an auction  where there can be multiple bids (offers) happening “live” with bidders (buyers) competing openly with one another to purchase the property being auctioned and the buyer is the person who pays the highest amount, out of all the participating buyers, that the Owners will accept. An Agreement is then automatically formed with the successful bidder ( buyer)


In a multi offer situation the seller is not obliged or required to accept any offer. They may accept one offer, reject all offers, or choose to negotiate further with one party.
Multi-offer processes can differ from agency to agency, but they can only be described as multi-offer when there is more than one offer in writing competing to buy the same property.

A multi-offer process can also be used if a property has failed to sell at auction or in a tender or deadline sale process . In these cases, an agent may initiate a multi-offer process where all interested parties are invited to submit their best offer.

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75 days ago

Feel like you live in a glass house?

Matt from Matt Wineera - Ray White Bayfair- Beach Realty Ltd, REAA 2008

There is a cure for that!
Love your home but feel like your neighbours are so close they practically live with you?

When you find yourself feeling like you live in a fishbowl and craving privacy, turn to Mother Nature. She provides a number of landscaping techniques that will help close your … View more
There is a cure for that!
Love your home but feel like your neighbours are so close they practically live with you?

When you find yourself feeling like you live in a fishbowl and craving privacy, turn to Mother Nature. She provides a number of landscaping techniques that will help close your home off to prying eyes and give you that feeling of solitude you crave.

Consider using native plants. They are generally more tolerant of your region’s soil conditions and microclimates and are less picky in their maintenance requirements.

Choose fast-growing plants to get your privacy sooner.

Whichever you decide on, however, with strategic placement you’ll be able to block those prying eyes.

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90 days ago

For Sale by Auction

Matt from Matt Wineera - Ray White Bayfair- Beach Realty Ltd, REAA 2008

118a Osprey Drive
With a nice open space outlook , a fully fenced backyard and a living area that enjoys all day sun..... this 3 bedroom home could be just what You're looking for!!!!

This home is For Sale by Auction ( unless SOLD prior ) and viewings can be at our Sunday Open Homes or by … View more
118a Osprey Drive
With a nice open space outlook , a fully fenced backyard and a living area that enjoys all day sun..... this 3 bedroom home could be just what You're looking for!!!!

This home is For Sale by Auction ( unless SOLD prior ) and viewings can be at our Sunday Open Homes or by appointment.

📱0274 951 536 -Just contact me to get the list of improvements and upgrades that our Owners have made to make their home more comfortable and enjoyable for everyday family living......
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99 days ago

Why the Scent in Your Home matters when trying to Sell

Matt from Matt Wineera - Ray White Bayfair- Beach Realty Ltd, REAA 2008

Your home should feature one scent, not several. Too many can compete with one another, confusing the buyer and drawing attention from what your home has to offer.

The specific scent you choose for your home should also be carefully considered. Many believe that baking cookies or brewing coffee … View more
Your home should feature one scent, not several. Too many can compete with one another, confusing the buyer and drawing attention from what your home has to offer.

The specific scent you choose for your home should also be carefully considered. Many believe that baking cookies or brewing coffee makes a home smell cozy and inviting, but while coffee and cookies may smell pleasant, they may not be the best for your home when it is being showed.

Experts say that baking soda can help diffuse odours, while citrus can make a kitchen more inviting.

If you aren’t a fan of citrus, then you might want to choose a simple, clean smell or forego adding scent entirely if your home has no unpleasant odours.

Whatever you choose, the trick is to keep it simple.

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