A property is very likely to be your most valuable asset. As such the smart thing to do is your homework to see which option will be the best for you to sell your home. Your due diligence will likely find the following:
6% average, paid by you
0% – No commission
Paid by you in full
We pay in full
At your expense – Negotiated during an inspection
We handle repairs outside of those required by you for certificates (electrical, water, beetle, etc)
Yes! – Up to 15% of sales fail due to the sale depending on an inspection
Yes! – Many agent sourced buyers do not get pre-qualified, only finding out after the offer is made that they do no qualify for a bond
Yes – a sale often subject to
Not required by you
Many! – each new buyer requires multiple showing and confirmations in addition to show days, taking you out your home on those days
Only a single (1) viewing required
greater than +/- 99 days
Get an initial offer within 72 hours
an additional +/- 30 – 60 days after OTP signed that you likely can’t change
Flexible and negotiable
More often than not this is pure marketing used to get a “foot in the door”, much like a “free property valuation”.
If an agent does not approach you and states clearly that they have a buyer right now and if they can arrange a viewing. But instead states that they have a list of buyers and can they list your property for sale to show to those buyers. Then they do not actually have a buyer for your specific property and are just saying whats needed to work their way towards a sole mandate (sole rights to sell your property).
Be sure to first get proof from an estate agent that there is a specific buyer and ask exactly when that viewing will be with the potencial buyer before accepting that there is an actual buyers list for you and go into an agreement/relationship based on that list.
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