Funds to get your property ready
for sale

Access up to $35,0001 to spend on marketing, home improvements, styling, auction fees and much more. Pay when your property sells.

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Join the thousands of Australians using ListReady

Pay for expenses without
being out of pocket

Pay for expenses without being out of pocket

A no fuss payment option
for listing expenses

Access up to $35,0001 on demand

Quick online sign up and funds ready to use instantly once approved.

Nothing to pay upfront

Repay when your property settles, or within 6 months, whichever comes first.

Easy online payments

Transfer to your agency, tradesmen, stylists and more, or withdraw to your bank account.

Simple monthly fee, no hidden extras

Borrow what you need, a monthly fee of 2.25% applies to the funds used.


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potential with

Add value to your property

Invest in renovations and repairs to maximise your property’s potential.

Make a great impression

Make your property stand out with professional cleaning, landscaping, styling and more.

Attract more buyers

Invest in the right marketing package to boost your listing and reach more buyers.

List and sell with no
upfront cost

Cover selling related expenses, including auction, conveyancing, and legal fees.

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Your total repayment will include the amount you borrow plus a monthly fee of 2.25% applied to your account balance each month.

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Cost of Selling a House

The cost of selling a house has never been more affordable. With ListReady’s leading presale solutions, we’ve got you covered with zero upfront costs to get your property ready for sale. 

Whether your property is urban or rural, with our payment option for listing and selling related expenses, you can use the funds to cover a range of services to maximise your sale potential and market value. We provide an online solution, from application and approval to same-day payments. If you meet the criteria and terms, you can access up to $35,000 in your nominated account on the same day. 

The ListReady funds can cover a range of services including professional staging and styling, renovations and the best repairs to undertake before selling a house, pre-sale inspections, and legal fees if you are ready to sell your home. Market-ready properties are more likely to wow potential buyers. You pay when the property has sold or six months have passed – whichever comes first – with zero upfront costs. 

Having partnered with the REB Awards, Australia’s largest industry awards program, we are proud to be recognised as one of the best in the business. Agents and vendors are important to us, and we’re dedicated to helping them achieve the best results. You can count on our experienced team to provide guidance and assistance with our second-to-none service.

Don’t let the cost of selling a house deter you from making an investment in securing the best possible price for your property when it goes to market. Contact us today if you’re ready to sell your property.

How is the cost of selling a house calculated?

The cost of selling a house is typically calculated based on a range of factors – from legal requirements to maximising the listing to ensure the best price possible. It’s also unique to each homeowner’s situation based on the house, the state, and the current financial landscape; so a blanket cost won’t be of much help. 

If you decide to sell through an agent, factor in real estate fees, either a commission percentage based on the sale price of your property or a flat fee agreed upon before the sale. In some instances, if a buyer falls through, you may be liable to pay this commission or flat fee regardless. 

Conveyancing and solicitor fees help cover you with all the legal fees to sell a house, including stamp duty charges of a house sale, from determining its value based on the current market and the state of the house to the legal transfer of ownership from the seller to the buyer. 

Another cost of selling a house is if you have an outstanding mortgage, your lender might charge an early exit or mortgage discharge fee. If you are a landlord, you might also be up for capital gains tax, which is a tax on the percentage of how much your property may have appreciated in value since the price you purchased it for. 

Marketing costs for selling property are another significant fee that your real estate may or may not cover, but that’s why ListReady exists. Your approved funds can cover most of your pre-listing requirements including professional staging and styling as well as helping you maintain your property during your listing period for no upfront fee until your property sells or six months have passed – whichever comes first. 

Reduce your home selling costs with ListReady today. 

What is the average cost of selling a house?

There are many costs involved in selling a house. The average cost of selling a house will depend on a variety of factors. Fees for selling a house range from which state and suburb your house is located to the value of your house itself and how much pre-sale work may need to be done. 

The average cost to sell a house will need to account for the commission or flat fee for the agent or real estate agency representing the property, as well as any marketing and advertising expenses (including the staging and styling of the house) that could cost up to $10,000, and any legal fees that can cost up to $2,500. In addition, if your house goes to auction, an auctioneer fee should be factored in, and this doesn’t take into account other property selling costs like renovations or repairs to areas like the bathroom or kitchen. 

This is where ListReady can provide you with a significant advantage. If you have been looking for ways to reduce the cost of selling a home or searching for house selling tips, you can use the ListReady funds to pay for the entire process of preparing to sell a house. Get in touch with our team today. 

What is the easiest way to sell a house?

The easiest way to sell a house is to get professional advice and representation, and that’s what we’re passionate about at ListReady. Our expert team has decades of experience preparing properties for sale, and we’re here to share our expertise with you. Maximise your chance of selling your property quickly and with ease when you engage us to help you prepare your home for sale.

The cost of selling a property doesn’t need to be expensive or break your budget. Reduce the cost of selling a house with ListReady’s payment solutions and pay us only when the property has sold or six months have passed – whichever comes first.

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