PropertyNow was the pioneer of real estate agent assisted sales in Australia. To date the company has assisted 460 people to sell their properties with no commission and this has resulted in savings of over 4 million dollars to private house sellers Australia wide.
As Australia’s first agent-assisted property sales and rental platform, PropertyNow have witnessed every possible scenario for selling and renting real estate.
We know what works and what doesn’t work. And as licensed real estate agents ourselves, one thing we know for sure is you don’t have to pay exorbitant agent commissions in today’s digital era.
We founded PropertyNow to offer you more control over your greatest asset, and a direct channel to buyers or renters looking for a property like yours.
PropertyNow began as a family-based, proudly Australian business on a shoe-string budget. And while we still operate like a close family (and we’re still proudly Australian), we’ve now helped over 10,000 families and individuals like you save thousands by selling or renting their own real estate.
Over the years, we’ve had to fight some hefty battles from opposition wanting to stop us from saving you so much money (and reduce their exorbitant profits). And we’ve witnessed competing companies come and go. But thanks to our solid reputation, high success rate and constant stream of positive referrals, we’re now able to offer you the best service and value for money than ever before.
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It an absolute requirement of the (realestate.com.au that any agent assisted sale company or mainstream real estate agency must hold a real estate licenses in each state for which it advertises listings. PropertyNow and/or its licensee Andrew Blachut holds real estate licences in every single Australian state and territory.
This licensing and yearly renewals cost the company around $10,000 per annum but is necessary in order to protect the many thousands of listings which PropertyNow markets for its clients throughout Australia. Please do not ever list with any online business which suggests it can place your property on realestate.com.au until and unless you have established the bona fides and track record of the company and that it holds all 8 state and territorial real estate licences.