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The Greenhithe news is back! We are super excited to provide you with a new and improved version of our local community magazine which will be made available online and at your local Cooper & Co office on the 1st Friday of every month. Come and pick up a copy or contact one of the local team today for a monthly email update.

We look forward to continuing to provide local insights and local business details for the community of Greenhithe.

Click on the image below to view the August 2021 edition of the Greenhithe Village News.

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The Greenhithe news is back! We are super excited to provide you with a new and improved version of our local community magazine which will be made available online and at your local Cooper & Co office on the 1st Friday of every month. Come and pick up a copy or contact one of the local team today for a monthly email update.

We look forward to continuing to provide local insights and local business details for the community of Greenhithe.

Click on the image below to view the July 2021 edition of the Greenhithe Village News

The Greenhithe news is back! We are super excited to provide you with a new and improved version of our local community magazine which will be made available online and at your local Cooper & Co office on the 1st Friday of every month. Come and pick up a copy or contact one of the local team today for a monthly email update.

We look forward to continuing to provide local insights and local business details for the community of Greenhithe.

Click on the image below to view the June 2021 edition of the Greenhithe Village News

If you want to win at auction, you need to bid like a pro.

Learning how to ask some probing questions and even a few hand signals could help you secure your next property.

Tip 1: Don’t let a sales consultant’s opinion on price influence your decisions around value. The best question you can ask the agent is, “Why is the vendor is selling?” You want to be sure you are dealing with someone who is motivated to sell, not someone who is trying to get you to fund their future dreams.

Tip 2: Want to know if you’re dealing with a true professional? Ask the sales consultant about recent sales in the area, what the properties were on the market for versus the final price they sold for.

Tip 3: When bidding, make yourself known to the auctioneer and position yourself where you can see the competition. Learning a few hand signals is a great way to calm your nerves on auction day or if you’re reluctant to speak up.

Tip 4: Using a range of strategies like random bids, double bidding, jump bidding, half, double, same and auto bidding can put you ahead of your competition.

Good luck!

Credit: Aaron Davis, National Auction Manager, Harcourts New Zealand