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How to stay on top of the property market

How to stay on top of the property market

It can be very time consuming trying to stay on top of the property market. Whether you’re scrolling through the latest property listings or spending each weekend at auctions, there are ways to simplify your process of staying on top of the market. 

Get on your agent’s radar

Dubbo Real Estate Agency keeps a list of potential buyers with their specific requirements for a sale property recorded against their name.  Subscribing to our agent’s emails allow you to stay up to date on new listings, open houses and the current state of the market. Agents often send updates of the local areas they work in regularly. You can subscribe to sales@drea.com.au to be added to our buyer list.  In your email remember to add lots of details regarding your preferred property.  Alternatively you can access our website www.dubborealestateagency.com.au for specific contact details for each of our real estate sales agents. 

Set up Google alerts

Without bombarding your email inbox with news covering the latest property developments, you can set up Google alerts for particular suburbs and property types. You can make these alerts as specific or as broad as you want. This saves you the time it takes to search through Google and scroll through the latest news. 

Use the news to your advantage 

The local newspapers in Dubbo have a large real estate section called Domain which can help you keep updated with the property market. But the news on property doesn’t stop at the local newspaper. Make sure you’re consuming news online or through email newsletters. This news will help you stay on top of any interest rates changes and changes to the price of infrastructure. 

While staying on top of the property market can take a lot of time, there are many ways Dubbo Real Estate Agency can make it a lot easier for you. 

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Tara Searle

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