Recent Buying Selling Lifestyle
Recent Buying Selling Lifestyle

Don’t put up the Christmas tree just yet!

13-Dec-2017
Written by Ashley Blake
If you have been thinking of selling, the lead up to Christmas is a great time to take advantage of the marketing! A great tip from David Newton is to get photos and marketing done before the Christmas decorations are up so everything is still fresh heading into the New Year.

Each year there is a rush of interest from buyers leading up to the holidays, followed by a post-holiday burst in January which is sustained right up until Easter. It’s the perfect opportunity for sellers to take advantage of the extra “browsing time” of buyers over the Christmas break. The Domain.com.au mobile app sees a 25% increase in mobile traffic over the Christmas and New Year period. So why not take advantage of this!

According to Domain.com.au stats, the Summer period is their second busiest time of the year in terms of audience reach. Over the 2016/2017 summer period, 3.9 million (yes you read that right) users visited their website and app combined.

December last year was one of our busiest months, our team sold and exchanged contracts on three properties over the Christmas break! It’s a great opportunity to have your property available when most sellers are waiting until February to start their campaign.
Our team would love to chat to you about how you can benefit from listing your property before Christmas and why it may be the right move for you!

* Statistics from Domain.com.au Summer Insights Report

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