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The Property Shop Mudgee

The Property Shop Mudgee Real estate logoThe Property Shop was established in Mudgee in 1973 by its current Managing Director, Hugh Bateman.

The company is committed to maintaining its standing as Mudgee Region’s most innovative, respected and client focused real estate company. Its evolution since the humble beginnings of 1973, to the highly successful boutique agency it is today, is a reflection of its points of difference.

Every Agency looks the same from the outside

With the principles of integrity, honesty, trust and dedication as the cornerstones of its philosophy The Property Shop retains a prominent standing in the Mudgee community, always with an eye on the future.

Our clients respond accordingly to The Property Shop’s service, innovative marketing and approach with testimonials. We are different in the way we do things.

Why choose The Property Shop?

  1. Local Reputation
  2. Our Website
  3. Experience of our Sales Team
  4. Repeat Customers
  5. Results
  6. Negotiation Experience
  7. Marketing Skills
  8. Office Location
  9. Be Seen as Well as Heard
  10. Member of the Real Estate Results Network

Since Day 1,  our aim has been to build a long lasting relationship with our clients by offering the best professional advice to buyers, sellers, investors and potential rental tenants.

At The Property Shop we care about your success and future.

We are passionate about the real estate industry and work hard at being the best and actively involved in residential, rural, business and commercial sales and rentals, strata management, specialist auction clearing sales and valuations.

Our goal is to make your real estate experience enjoyable. We are always here to help so if you don’t find what you need, please do not hesitate to contact any of our team at any time.

Federal Budget 2013: what’s in it for property?

In what many believe will be the Gillard government’s last budget, there were winners and losers, but you had to look hard to find anything that will affect the average person’s back pocket when it comes to buying and selling real estate.

Although there were no big surprises, considering it is an election year and one might have thought Treasurer Wayne Swan would throw in a few sweeteners to keep voters happy, very few sectors in the property life cycle will gain this year. Continue reading Federal Budget 2013: what’s in it for property?

RBA cuts interest rates to record low

The Reserve Bank has slashed interest rates by 25 basis points to a historic low of 2.75 per cent, the first reduction this year.

Its decision to slash 25 basis points is aimed at priming those areas struggling as the economy transforms away from mining, in a effort to boost economic growth in Australia, which is still below trend. Continue reading RBA cuts interest rates to record low

Law Society urges vendors to use agents

Vendors who try and sell property themselves can often be worse off financially than if they used an agent, the Law Society of NSW has claimed.

The Law Society of NSW, which is providing consumers with a series of guides on the buying and selling process, said agents were best placed to help vendors navigate the sale of their most prized asset.

President of the Law Society of NSW, Justin Dowd, said it’s important that vendors understand their legal obligations when buying or selling a property. Continue reading Law Society urges vendors to use agents