RWinvest Sales Process: Working With the Sales Team
When purchasing an investment property with RWinvest, the sales team is the first of our teams that you’ll work with throughout the buying process.
Whether it’s through a phone call, an email exchange, or by chatting via our online chat system, you will typically communicate with a member of our sales team before anyone else.
This is because our sales team comprises experienced property consultants who have the right skills and knowledge to help you find your ideal investment property.
Find out more about the process of working with our sales team during the first stage of your investment.
Step 1: Speaking to Your Sales Consultant
When you make a property investment enquiry, your details will be passed over to one of our sales consultants.
A property consultant will contact you either by phone or email and ask questions to find out what you’re looking for. This can mean criteria such as your investment budget and any locations you’re interested in.
If you don’t already have your eye on a particular property listed on our website, this stage is a good way to learn more about our best opportunities and decide which one is right for you.
Try and be specific about what you’re looking for during initial conversations with your sales consultant. This will help them find you property investment opportunities that fit your needs and goals as closely as possible.
Step 2: Selecting Your Property Unit
Once you’ve had a chance to speak to one of our property consultants and provided information on your investment criteria and goals, you’ll be offered details on some properties that best suit your needs.
When speaking with a member of our sales team, you can often find out about new property deals that we haven’t yet listed on the website. This can help you get the first pick of the best units within a newly launched development.
Our property consultant will talk you through the development and offer information about its location, amenities, and rental returns.
You will get the chance to take a virtual tour of the property or attend the property site and/or showrooms if possible.
Our property consultants are also happy to meet up with clients to discuss investment options in person and take them around the city that the development is based.
If you’re interested in a particular development, you’ll be offered information about the current availability of that project. You’ll receive information on the specific units available, their prices, and other relevant details.
Step 3: Reserving a Property Unit
After a member of our sales team has talked you through our current deals and offered information about the best available units, you’ll get the chance to reserve your chosen unit.
Reserving a unit is vital part of the sales process as it ensures that the property you have your eye on doesn’t get sold by somebody else.
With some of our most popular investment deals, investors are encouraged to act fast to reserve their chosen unit as it’s common for the most desirable units to sell out quickly.
Reservation will involve filling out a reservation form using our online reservation system and paying a deposit for your unit.
We’re unable to take your unit off the market until both the reservation form and deposit have been paid, so it’s important to get this done as quickly as possible.
Once your deposit has been paid, and your reservation form has been completed and signed, your unit will be officially reserved!
The next stage of your property investment process will be the completion process, which will be handled by our client care team.
After you finally complete your purchase, you will then be contacted by the post sales team.
Alternatively, if you aren’t looking to buy a property, but instead want to explore a career in property, check out our careers page.
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