Commission-free sale up for grabs

Published 3:30pm 12 October 2023

Commission-free sale up for grabs
Words by Moreton Daily

The team at Ray White Woody Point is supporting a charity lunch for The Forgotten Women organisation donating a commission-free property sale to be auctioned.

The commission-free sale will be part of a charity auction at the Any Giving Tuesday Charity Lunch at Eatons Hill Hotel on Tuesday, October 17.

The event is being hosted by consultancy firm Any Given Tuesday and will raise money for The Forgotten Women charity which supports vulnerable women aged over 55 years experiencing homelessness.

Any Given Tuesday Founder Jacqueline Nagle says it will be the second charity lunch her North Lakes-based company has hosted, following last year’s inaugural event which raised $15,000 for A Brave Life – a charity which supports young mothers.

Anyone planning to sell a property in the next 18 months and hoping to bid for the commission-free property sale is asked to register. Phone and from-the-floor bids will be accepted on the day.

What’s up for grabs

  • Premiere+ listing courtesy of realestate.com.au
  • Photos and floorplan courtesy of Proabode Photography
  • Signboard and brochure pack courtesy of Digital Central
  • Three-week social media package courtesy of Be Seen
  • Auctioneer courtesy of Ray White QLD
  • No commission payable courtesy of the Damien Misso team from Ray White Woody Point

Based on a property sale price of $800,000, the total value of the package is about $25,000. All money raised at the auction will go direct to The Forgotten Women charity.

Conditions:

  1. Property must be north of the Brisbane River and no further than 20km from Ray White Woody Point
  1. Package must be used within 18 months of purchase

To pre-register, complete the form here https://anygiventuesday.com.au/auction/

Commission-free sale up for grabs

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