Sold Home For Sale Sign in Front of Beautiful New House.DID you find selling your home to be one of the most stressful things in your life?Is so then you are not the only one.According to a recent survey of Aussie property owners many people find the process of selling a home to be one of the most stressful experiences of their lives.The LocalAgentFinder Seller Sentiment Survey asked Australian property owners their thoughts on the process of selling a property.The 1058 owners surveyed had either sold property in the last year or were planning to sell over the next year. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach Northless than 1 hour agoNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Of those surveyed, 57 per cent said that selling a property was one of the most stressful experiences in their life.Finding the right agent can cause a lot of the problems, with 51 per cent agreeing that this was the cause of most of the stress. When it came time to pick an agent, 30 per cent said they would hire ones they had used before, 27 per cent said they asked family and friends for referrals and 23 per cent said they searched online. LocalAgentFinder CEO, Matt McCann said the survey results show that the right agent can help lower the stress of selling.“The data points to a long-held view by LocalAgentFinder that the future is bright for real estate agents as consumers really do value what they have to offer,” he said. So to lower the stress, he recommended people do a bit more research to try and find an agent suited to their needs.“This insight in the context of the survey data suggests that savvy vendors might be prudent in investigating agent comparison sites to broaden their agent options because this could lead to the appointment of the right agent for their needs and reduce the overall stress involved in the selling process,” he said.
July 7, 2020 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___The reigning World Series champion Washington Nationals have resumed training camp after canceling workouts Monday because of COVID-19 testing delays. Associated Press The R&A is going ahead with the Women’s British Open at Royal Troon without spectators.The Women’s British Open is set for Aug. 20-23 at Royal Troon along the Ayrshire coast of Scotland. It would be the first major on the LPGA Tour schedule that is played this year and it would be the week after the Ladies Scottish Open on the other side of the country just east of Edinburgh.Qualifying for the AIG Women’s British Open has been canceled. The R&A says the field will be comprised of leading players from the women’s world ranking and recognizing top performances at recent events on the world’s leading tours.The R&A says it will create a bio secure zone at Royal Troon for those essential to the championship. It says it will continue to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure a safe championship without spectators.___ General manager Mike Rizzo said the team felt confident about getting back to Nationals Park for practices after receiving all player and staff test results from Friday. The American League champion Houston Astros also canceled workouts Monday and resumed Tuesday.A handful of players did not take part in workouts, including Starlin Castro, Juan Soto, Howie Kendrick and Victor Robles. Without naming names, Rizzo said two players tested positive for the coronavirus and that any players and staff who came into contact with them had to be re-tested___Major League Soccer has postponed Wednesday night’s match between Nashville and Chicago Fire.MLS says five Nashville players have received positive tests for COVID-19 since arriving in Orlando. Two players received positive results during the weekend, while three others got their positive results Monday night. Four other Nashville players need further testing after receiving inconclusive results. The league is continuing to evaluate Nashville’s participation in its tournament. FC Dallas withdrew Monday after 10 players tested positive for coronavirus.___New York Liberty guard Asia Durr will miss the upcoming WNBA season after testing positive for the coronavirus on June 8.Durr detailed her struggles with COVID-19 in a post on Instagram. The former Louisville star says she hasn’t fully recovered.The second pick of the 2019 WNBA draft averaged 6.7 points in her rookie season, starting 15 of her 18 appearances before being sidelined for the season with a hip injury. ___Two more badminton tournaments have been canceled in the revamped calendar because of the coronavirus pandemic.The China Masters in Lingshui was canceled after already being moved from February to May and then to August.It was to be the first comeback event but that’s now expected to be the Chinese Taipei Open in Taipei from Sept. 1-6.The Dutch Open in Almere in October was also put off for this year. ___Sixteen players and officials from Bulgarian soccer club Cherno More have tested positive for coronavirus.The club from the Black Sea town of Varna says 12 players are among the positive cases and adds “all players who tested positive are quarantined and we have taken the necessary precautions.”Cherno More played a league game against Tsarsko Selo in Sofia on Thursday. The laboratory that conducted pre-match tests admitted the following day that it had not announced that one of the players on the team from Sofia had tested positive.Cherno More says the club is still ready to play on Tuesday against Arda Kardzhali despite the positive tests. The quarantined players would be replaced by members of the team’s junior squad. The International Cycling Union says this year’s BMX world championships have been canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic.The event was scheduled to be held in Houston in May and was at first postponed.The UCI says no new host was found “despite its best efforts to come up with an alternative.”The next BMX worlds are scheduled to start in Papendal, Netherlands, in August 2021. That is one week after the Tokyo Olympics. Four BMX medal events are on the Olympic program.The UCI also says the 2020 season in BMX Freestyle Park and Flatland World Cup will not happen. The Latest: Washington Nationals resume training camp “Asia worked extremely hard this offseason to put herself in position to take a major leap forward in her second WNBA season,” Liberty general manager Jonathan Kolb said. “While we are disappointed that we will need to wait a bit longer to see her emerge as one of the bright young players in the game, we fully recognize and support the difficult decision she had to make amidst unprecedented circumstances. Brooklyn will be ready for her in 2021.”___Two members of Louisville’s men’s basketball program have tested positive for COVID-19 and the team has suspended voluntary activities for two weeks.A news release from the school did not specify whether it was players or staff members who tested positive. It added that those impacted are being quarantined and proper protocols are being followed.___ ___The Austrian soccer league has started an investigation into the coronavirus testing procedures of all 16 second-division teams after three players from one club tested positive over the weekend.The league says each club must provide receipts and test results to prove that all players have been tested on a weekly basis since play resumed on June 5 after a 12-week break.The investigation comes after last-place Kapfenberger SV apparently breached the anti-coronavirus rules by failing to structurally test its players.The league opened proceedings against Kapfenberg on Monday. ___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Here, the Rams won again, though by a more modest 49-18 margin that included a sweep of each of the five bouts contested in the lightest weight classes.William BeSeth, at 120 pounds, pinned Matt Choi in 74 seconds, with Jackson Thomas (106 pounds) getting a 92-second pin over Davis Palmer.It took 1:42 for Garrett Williams, at 132 pounds, to finish off Noah Harbinger, with Ethan Wells (126 pounds) outscoring Ayden Johnston 13-8 and Matthew Dougherty (99 pounds) claiming a forfeit. Tags: ESMF-MJ-D/CBAwrestling Everything is about to get decided for the area’s trio of high school wrestling teams.Jamesville-DeWitt/CBA and Fayetteville-Manlius are both heading to Auburn this Saturday for the Section III Class AA championships, while East Syracuse Minoa takes part in the sectional Class A meet at Watertown.J-D/CBA and ESM would go head-to-head last Wednesday night. They had first met Dec. 7 in the Red Rams Duals and it had gone 63-18 in the host’s favor. Elsewhere for J-D/CBA, Tyriq Block, at 195 pounds, pinned Andrew Crone in 3:15 and Muaweyah El-Hindi (215 pounds) took just 21 seconds to pin Max Wunderlich.At 170 pounds, Enver Bultaov held off Ali Abdulla 8-1, while Shoh Alibekov kept his 152-pound opponent, Nick Modlewski, off the board in a 9-0 shutout.ESM got all of its points from three pins. Conor Todd, at 285 pounds, finished off Nikoli Sims in 83 seconds, with Aslan Abdulla (160 pounds) getting a pin of Leonardo Tallarico in 2:42 and Alex Leo (138 pounds) taking 73 seconds to finish off Anyas Goeman.J-D/CBA began its lead-up by taking on West Genesee last Monday night and taking apart the Wildcats 63-17, a result more impressive given the fact that WG had gone 5-0 in the Red Devil Duals at Vernon-Verona-Sherrill just two days earlier.Every bout from 99 to 145 was won by the Rams, ranging from Goeman pinning Jackson Taetsch in 38 seconds to some hard-fought decisions.BeSeth edged Dylan Pitonza 4-3, with Williams holding off Gavin O’Neill 3-1 and Dougherty topping Jack Wade 7-3. Thomas got a 94-second pin over 113-pound opponent Anthony Orendorf as Alibekov took 3:39 to pin Cole Saxon.El-Hindi, Block and Chris Hemingway (285 pounds) all earned pins, with Hemingway finishing off Derek Dishaw in 44 seconds, El-Hindi pinning Peter Dwinell in 62 seconds and Block taking 81 seconds to pin Preston Elia.When F-M had its own match againt West Genesee on Wednesday night, it had a far different outcome, the Hornets falling to the Wildcats 51-27.Alex Dauksza, at 160, won 6-4 over Colin McAvan, while Sawyer Dereszynski (182) pinned Elia in 46 seconds and Liam Malgieri (285) got a 58-second fall over Dishaw. Kyle Sykes, at 120, dropped a close 8-5 decision to Dylan Pitonza as Dan Kenney (170) claimed a forfeit.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story