Bartercard enables our members to overcome the requirement for a cash deposit, as all properties listed are offered with a portion of the sale/purchase price (minimum 20%) payable in trade dollars, reducing cash borrowings, and thereby reducing interest costs.
Bartercard may also be able to offer you an interest-free line of credit – this could give you a fantastic opportunity to purchase a property without major cash outlay.
Bartercard Property offers vendors a cost-effective marketing strategy that can achieve a quick sale and is more likely to achieve the asking price as the purchaser is already making a cash saving by using trade dollars as part of the purchase.
By marketing your property through Bartercard your listing has the potential to attract the attention of thousands of business owners – many of whom are looking for investment properties.
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For property developers selling a new development off the plan, initial sales via Bartercard Property can set high benchmark prices. This is because Bartercard members, by leveraging their gross margin when using trade dollars to purchase property, are generally willing to pay the asking price.
From a developer’s point of view, selling property on Bartercard can assist with pre-sales of their development to source finance and reduce holding costs, sell slow-moving stock, and maintain their margins.
Another major advantage to vendors is that sales can be achieved without excessive marketing costs. The only costs involved when selling a property through Bartercard are the normal transaction fees charged on the Bartercard component only.
Bartercard Property provides a platform to introduce buyers to sellers. Bartercard does not participate in the negotiation process between buyer and seller.
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