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Purple Bricks also offers a high level of transparency around how your sales campaign is progressing. Its online sales platform allows sellers to tweak their advertisement (including price) at any time, monitor viewings, receive and respond to viewing feedback or buyer queries, and see offers as they come in. Cost: In Queensland, WA and SA: $4,999 for a private treaty sale and $6,369 for sale by auction (Purple Bricks will co-ordinate the auction and provide an auctioneer on the day). In Victoria and NSW, you’re looking at $5,999 and $7,369 respectively. The company also offers upgrades, where you can pay extra for accompanied home viewings, extra advertising, additional photography, and a printed brochure.Good to know: You have to pay Purple Bricks their fee regardless of whether your home sells.