5 July 2012
- FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE –
Property owners who are interested in educating themselves on the property selling process have an excellent opportunity to attend a free Selling Your Home Seminar & Expo hosted by Forsyth Real Estate before the spring selling season.
Sponsored by the North Shore Times, Forsyth Real Estate will host approximately 70 guests at Willoughby Uniting Church on Wednesday July 18th at 6.30pm.
The seminar will feature three guest speakers who will deliver premium expert advice in 60 minutes, as well as exciting giveaways and a range of experts in every part of the selling process, available on site, to answer any questions.
Key speakers, Claudio Encina from Fast Performance, David Scholes from AuctionWorks and Martin Jandera from Aspley Jandera Financial Services will share their expertise on how to price your home in today’s market; auction versus private treaty and using your super fund to purchase your next investment property.
“Our sales team has a reputation for providing our clients with valuable information and professional services. We want to guarantee that our clients have the right advice to make informed decisions on their properties” said James Snodgrass, Principal of Forsyth Real Estate.
The seminar will take place at Willoughby Uniting Church, 10 Clanwilliam Street, Willoughby at 6.30pm on Wednesday July 18th. RSVP is essential and closes July 16thth firstname.lastname@example.org or call Hayley Johnston direct 02 9410 4807.
ABOUT FORYSTH REAL ESTATE
In 1898, Robert Todd (RT) Forsyth, a young real estate agent, opened a humble wooden office in Willoughby. Seeing the need for honest, knowledgeable real estate people, RT Forsyth founded his company with a revolutionary philosophy: the client's best interest above all. Over the last 100 years, Forsyth has forged a tradition of integrity, exceptional service and customer satisfaction that has become the agency’s hallmark.
For more information please contact:
Hayley Johnston I Marketing Manager I 9410 4807 I email@example.com