Sell your property with Sale Ezy
What is Sale Ezy?
Sale Ezy is not a real estate agent, it is a platform — a website you can use to auction and sell your own property, or as an agent, to reach more buyers and make your auction more accessible. You simply fill in our easy online listing form, choose an advertising package (or do it yourself) and your property can be live and for sale in less than an hour!
How much does it cost?
With Sale Ezy, you are selling your own property, agent-free, so there is no commission. Like you would with software or a program subscription, you pay a one-off fee of $1,500 per property to list the property and use the Sale Ezy platform until it is sold. Here's our complete pricing. For commercial packages, please contact us.
You can enhance your marketing by using one of our margin-free (we don't make a cent!) advertising packages, or you can do the advertising yourself.
How much support do I get?
Every single property owner is allocated a dedicated support partner from Sale Ezy. This experienced and friendly person can help you organise photography, assist with pricing, write and review your listing. They will also monitor your property the whole time it is listed, let you know how much interest it is getting and offer advice and insights.
Why use it?
There are so many benefits to using Sale Ezy. You have complete control of your sale, as much support as you want, and you save thousands of dollars in commission just to name a few! The other big benefit, is you have access to auction, a way to build momentum, drive offers and achieve a better sales price! The real question is, why not use it?
What do I save?
Right now, Australian property owners pay tens-of-thousands of dollars in commission when selling their home. On average, a NSW home owner will pay $12,000+GST in commission when selling a $600,000 property, plus around 10% extra for advertising (that's $6,000). So for a property worth $1 million, commission would be around $20,000!
We don't believe in 'set-and-forget' clients, our team will be there for you from the minute you list, to the sale of the property, whenever you need us. We're not pushy or salesy, so feel free to give us a call on 1300 662 013 to chat about what Sale Ezy is, how it works and how it can benefit you.
Here’s how it works:
1. Browse properties
Finding your perfect property (or a whole list of them!) is easy. Just enter your search criteria into the homepage and browse through the list of properties that match your specifications.
2. Sign up for your free My Sale Ezy profile
Sign up for a free account so you can bookmark and monitor properties, set up email property alerts for new listings of interest, arrange private inspections using the Q and A and register for open houses. Click the ‘sign up’ button to register.
3. List a property
If you're looking to sell, get your contract for sale from your solicitor and then click on 'list my property' under 'sell.' Simply fill in the listing form with all the required details about your property, your solicitor and yourself, select your auction start and your reserve price and click submit. We'll verify your ID and your property can be on display within minutes. You will need to hold at least two open houses before your action. Need help? Just ask our team.
To find out exactly what you need before you list, click here.
4. Find suppliers
Need a photographer? A solicitor? A building report? A valuer? Check out our supplier's page to find the perfect people to form your property sales team. Know of a good supplier? Suggest them to us, or if they’re already on our page, give them a star rating so other people know they are good.
5. Start your auction
Your property marketing should be in place for at least four weeks before your auction. If selected, our 'Best Offer' platform will allow interested people to make private offers up to three days before the auction starts. The auction will automatically start at the time you have set, and the first acceptable bid must be equal to the 'base price' you selected in your listing form.
6. Register to bid
So you want to buy a property? Take a picture of your ID, and click the 'register to bid' button on the page of the property you are interested in. Fill in the registration form and within minutes we will complete your ID check and you can start bidding.
Bidders will be asked to make a nominal $5 payment — this small fee just allows us to further verify your ID and protect you and our vendors.
7. Bidding is easy
To bid, simply type your bid amount into the auction box on the page of the property you want to buy and click 'submit bid'. You'll be ask to confirm your bid. The first bid must be at least equal to the noted 'base price' and all subsequent bids must be equal to or above the 'minimum bid'. One vendor bid may be placed before the auction reaches reserve (never after).
Once the bids meet the 'reserve price', the property is officially for sale and 'on the market'.
8. Final call
The property owner sets the date and start and end time of the auction. Once the set period has counted down, the auction will reach first call, second call and third/final call.
Each of these steps will last an initial 30 seconds. A bid within any of these steps will automatically start the process again at first call. If there are no more bids at third call, the hammer falls and the property is legally sold to the current highest bidder, if the bid has met the reserve price.
9. Contract exchange
When the hammer falls, the sales advice providing full sale and purchaser’s details will automatically be emailed to the vendor, the buyer and their solicitors. The solicitors should perform a final ID check before facilitating exchange and deposit payment.
There is no 'cooling off period' under auction conditions in some states and territories. Conditions vary from state-to-state, so make sure you understand the conditions of your state. You must read and agree to these conditions to be approved as a bidder.
Our 'conditions of auction' require a waiver of the cooling off period for two (2) business days to be supplied by the purchaser’s solicitor as a condition of contract and bidding. All registered bidders must agree to this as part of auction terms and conditions, in order to register to bid.
10. Best offer
Currently in Australia, there are more than 1,000 properties auctioned every week. Of those, around 30% don't sell during the auction.
If the property doesn't sell at auction, private offers will continue to be sent through Sale Ezy's Best Offer platform, to the property owner. Once the owner receives an acceptable offer, the hammer falls, the property is sold under auction conditions and contracts are emailed as per an auction.