In a nutshell, off-market properties are properties that are up for sale without public advertising or marketing. Often, "off-market" means "pre-market" in the sense that the property simply hasn’t been listed anywhere yet. There are also some true "off-market" opportunities where the vendor doesn’t want to make the sale of their property public knowledge.
Having the opportunity to inspect and make an offer on an off-market property can be a huge advantage for the right buyer. Let’s look into how they work and where to find them.
If a property is sold without being listed or advertised on any of the major real estate portals, it is typically considered an off-market sale. There are two primary types of these transactions; a pre-market opportunity and a 'true' off-market opportunity. In a pre-market situation, an agent will connect with interested parties in the hope of receiving an offer before the property is promoted publicly or taken to auction. In a true off-market opportunity, the property in question is sold without any immediate plans to be placed on the market.
Below are the list of states from which you can navigate to off the market properties list. Navigate to property and find property and suburb insights. You can also order property profile report and suburb profile report. You can have a look at sold price and price history of the property. Find neighbouring properties as well.