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5 Tips To Sell A House During Covid 19

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Coronavirus pandemic has impacted the property market all over the world significantly. There are ways in which this negative time can turn into positive for vendors by following the below tips.

The main key- FLEXIBILITY

The house sellers need to have unprecedented flexibility during these tough times. Many homes are staying in the market for longer periods than expected. The key to operate here is being open minded about the campaign and auctions. There is a need to consider each offer that comes up including the pre auction offers. But if you wish to avoid that, there are companies like Four 19 Properties that provide you with a cash offer on your house at your own comfort.

Whether the house is being sold by auction method or by forming a private treaty, the offers generally come up within the first week so be clear to check out and consider each genuine offer and lap it up by being flexible.

Be realistic

Sellers need to be realistic in these times before putting out an offer. Some properties are being sold on high prices, some are going low. One should be realistic in terms of what will be received even though you keep the surprise element open. You can also reach out to Offer House to get the value for your home from the comfort of your own home.

Quality Buyers

There is no need to fret as even though the buyers numbers are low but the ones that are coming up are real genuine quality buyers. It simply means only serious buyers are pursuing a property and engaging with the agent.

Add Value To Homes

House sellers need to utilise the time to add value to their homes and get all the repairs done. All the hurdles need to be removed so that the deal happens fast. So if one is planning to get the flooring done, or carpet removed, wallpaper done or new curtains added, this is the time to latch onto. Get all the pending work done so it will be easy for the buyers to review the property.

Get strong advertising campaign started

2020 is the right year to boost the advertising game for the home’s profitable sale. This is not the time to save on advertising budget. The agent needs to propose a well rounded, wide net approach, quality advertising campaign.

Jenny is one of the oldest contributors of Bigtime Daily with a unique perspective of the world events. She aims to empower the readers with delivery of apt factual analysis of various news pieces from around the World.

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New Zealand – a World Leader in Vaping Legislation

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New Zealand’s Ministry of Health and other organisations are striving to reduce the number of New Zealanders who take up smoking, and they are actively encouraging existing smokers to quit. One way many people are succeeding in their quest to quit is via a transition to vaping.

For smokers who are committed to quitting, visiting a reputable NZ vape shop to source nicotine-based smoking products is the first step in their journey to better health and a smoke-free future.

Smoking in NZ

Rates of smoking in NZ dropped from 25% to 12% between 1997 and 2018. While there are still almost half a million adult smokers in NZ, double that number have quit. Yet 15% of young adults aged 18-24 still smoke, as do 31% of Maori adults (this is particularly concerning as Maori traditionally did not smoke, and they suffer the health consequences of smoking more than other population groups) and 21% of Pacific Islanders. Men are more inclined to smoke than women, and people aged between 35-44 are most likely to be smokers.

Vaping

A vape is an alternative to cigarette smoking. It is an electronic device which heats a liquid to a vapour or aerosol. The user inhales this vapour. It requires no burning of tobacco – which is the most physically harmful (and socially unacceptable) aspect of cigarette smoking.

Vaping delivers nicotine in a less harmful way than cigarettes. It is not completely harmless – but it is a significantly safer alternative than smoking. Vapers also have the option of selecting the strength of nicotine in their vape – enabling gradual weaning from nicotine itself and also from the physical and psychological habit of smoking itself.

While it is not intended for use by non-smokers, vaping has the potential to effectively help smokers quit their habit.

Vaping Legislation in NZ

New Zealand now leads the world in vaping legislation. On August 6, 2020, landmark legislation passed in The Smoke-free Environments and Regulated Products (Vaping) Amendment Bill.

This Bill addresses concern within the community about the use and accessibility of vaping products, which are strictly regulated or even banned in many other countries worldwide. This new legislation strikes a sensible and effective balance between providing access to vaping as a regulated alternative to smoking cigarettes for existing smokers, while actively discouraging its use by children and teenagers.

It is an offence to sell nicotine or vaping products to any person under the age of eighteen years.

The New Zealand government has placed itself as a world leader in recognising the need for adult smokers to have access to not only information and advice, but also to viable alternatives to cigarette smoking.

Vapespot is the leading online Pod Based vape shop in NZ. Founder “Sunny” states, “Vapespot is the easiest way to “switch it up”. We provide a curated selection of nicotine-based products to support a person’s lifestyle and commitment to stop smoking cigarettes. We make it easy to reduce the reliance on cigarettes and ultimately quit smoking altogether”.

Smoking compromises health, shortens lifespans, and costs individuals, families, and communities money. Smoking also harms the environment – 4.5  trillion cigarette butts are discarded onto the ground and into our waterways globally every year.

Quitting is hard. For many people seeking to quit smoking, transitioning to vaping is an important and effective first step. New Zealanders now have this option at their fingertips.

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