The way that pricing can be displayed on your advertisement varies from state to state. It is important to be aware of what you can display in accordance with your state regulations. Please read the article called State Pricing Regulations before filling out the pricing section of your advertisement. You can read this article by clicking 'here'.
Understanding the Pricing Section
When selling property privately, it is up to you to decide the price you would like to advertise it for.
Here is a key to help ensure your price will be displayed exactly how you want it to.
1. You must enter a Price / Search Price:
This field is for the back end of the websites, it determines where your property will show up within a price search.
Note: The pricing settings vary between different third-party websites. Realestate.com.au only take the first price within the search price into consideration when inputting properties into a search price range. Domain.com.au will take both price ranges into considering when inputting properties into a search price range.
2. You must choose how you want your price displayed on the advertisements by selecting one of the 3 options below.
i. 'Display Above Price' This option will display ONLY the first price in the Search Price section.
ii. 'Display text in place of Price' This will show any 'text' that you type into the field instead of the search price.
iii. 'Do not display any price details' This will hide the search price, and have no price showing on the advertisement at all. Even though no price will be seen by buyers the search price field above must still be filled out to ensure your property shows up when potential buyers search within the relevant range.