LJ Hooker ups vendor marketing drive

LJ Hooker is looking to capitalise on growing housing market confidence with the launch of a new marketing campaign to encourage more Australians to sell their property.

According to the agency, the campaign AuctionFest uses cost saving benefits to entice vendors to auction their property in October.

“Vendors listing with us now for auction can expect national buyer awareness, discounted marketing packages, strong local advertising, and other benefits and special incentives,” LJ Hooker’s National Auction Manager Graeme Hyde said.

Australian Property Monitors recently reported that clearance rates have been consistently above 70 per cent in most of the capital cities, leading commentators to conclude that a healthy property market lies ahead.

This is supported by Australian Bureau of Statistics figures which last week showed housing finance commitments, excluding refinancing, are at the highest level for 18 months.

LJ Hooker is looking to capitalise on growing housing market confidence with the launch of a new marketing campaign to encourage more Australians to sell their property.

According to the agency, the campaign AuctionFest uses cost saving benefits to entice vendors to auction their property in October.

“Vendors listing with us now for auction can expect national buyer awareness, discounted marketing packages, strong local advertising, and other benefits and special incentives,” LJ Hooker’s National Auction Manager Graeme Hyde said.

Australian Property Monitors recently reported that clearance rates have been consistently above 70 per cent in most of the capital cities, leading commentators to conclude that a healthy property market lies ahead.

This is supported by Australian Bureau of Statistics figures which last week showed housing finance commitments, excluding refinancing, are at the highest level for 18 months.

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