As clearance rates continue to rise, the number of people moving house will naturally rise with it.
Melbourne, Victoria (PRWEB) November 03, 2011
With spring only a few weeks underway, early signs indicate the season will live up to its name as the busiest time of year for the property market.
After a cold and listless winter, mirrored by a slow and sluggish property market, all signs indicate that the arrival of spring has signalled a revival in Australia’s property market.
So far this month auctions in Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide have been achieving their highest clearance rates in over three months. (Source: Australian Property Monitors)
Prue Sadler, of Peter Sadler Removals, said the rise in clearance rates confirms the popularity of spring as the season to sell and move home.
“Spring signifies new beginnings, so not surprisingly it is traditionally the most popular time of year to move home. While the property market has been slow in recent times, the positive rise in clearance rates for October, confirms many Melbournians see spring as the perfect time to of year to move home.
“As clearance rates continue to rise, the number of people moving house will naturally rise with it.
“And for those people, the stress of an auction can be quickly followed by the stress of moving house. The lead up to Christmas is a busy time, add moving house to the mix and things become very hectic very quickly.
“A well organised, professional moving service is critical for a successful move. They will take the process from stressful to seamless in a matter of minutes,” said Ms. Sadler.
With so much choice available, choosing a quality removalist service can be daunting. Research with a focus on quality and professional service is recommended.
“When considering removalists in Melbourne there’s something available for every price range. But when it comes to moving, it can pay to remember you really do get what you pay for. Professional companies with solid experience and a focus on care and quality service can mean the difference between moving success or moving stress.
“Our top tip is to meet with your removalist in person prior to the move. This provides a great opportunity to discuss any questions you may have, as well as ensures the removalist accurately assesses your needs.
“Some furniture removals in Melbourne come with very limited services and limited services can
often equal limited quality. One way of gauging quality is to ask how the company handles large and unusual items like pianos for instance. Even if you don’t own one, the quality and professionalism of the company will be reflected in their ability to manage those bigger items that are more difficult to move,” Ms. Sadler said.