Professionals Arthur Johnston Snowball
256 York St Albany
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With the expectation of up to 70,000 visitors over the ANZAC Departure Centenary weekend, many Albany residents are considering taking their properties to the market in the hope of capturing some “out of town” interest.
Time will tell whether this proves to be a fortuitous opportunity for sellers; but we believe many visitors to our beautiful town will be surprised and impressed with what Albany and surrounds has to offer. Why not expose your property to a much larger market? It may prove to be the opportunity of the century!
There is no doubt that Albany will be in the national spotlight over the 30th October – 2nd November. Our town has already benefited from infrastructure improvements such as the Town Square in York St, the Stirling Terrace piazza, the Anzac Interpretive Centre as well as private initiatives such as the Due South Tavern on the waterfront, Hybla Grill at Middleton Beach and the Naked Bean’s new roasting facility and café on Middleton Rd – all set to open prior to the ANZAC weekend. Many government, business and volunteer organisations have been in preparation mode for months.
Preparation is also the key to a great property marketing campaign. I suggest you discuss your property with one of our dedicated sales professionals now. This will allow plenty of time for photography, production of brochures, signs, press and web advertising and a well thought out listing campaign – whether it be auction, private treaty or tender.
Many are saying “Albany will never be the same again” – we agree; the improvements and increased interest in our town as a result of the centenary commemorations will last well beyond 2014. To find out more, visit www.anzacalbany.com.au or drop in and see us at 256 York Street.
Sales and Marketing Manager