What the agent has to of­fer

The Weekend Post - Real Estate - - Front Page -

IN ALL as­pects of the pur­chase or sale of a prop­erty, both buyer and seller, (es­pe­cially the seller) want to feel they have re­ceived value from the agent and agency whom they have em­ployed to mar­ket and sell the prop­erty. For many prop­er­ties the com­mis­sion paid by the seller is not un­sub­stan­tial and the more com­mis­sion paid, the more the seller ques­tions the level of value. What are the el­e­ments of value in a real es­tate trans­ac­tion?

Cer­tainly the most cor­rect com­par­isons to sold prop­erty in pre­par­ing a com­par­a­tive mar­ket anal­y­sis

A de­tailed ex­pla­na­tion of avail­able mar­ket­ing op­tions and meth­ods of sale

Con­stant and con­cise, oral and writ­ten buyer feed­back

Per­sonal meet­ings to dis­cuss the sale process and re­sults

Of­fers to pur­chase – in writ­ing

Af­ter sale ser­vice and fol­low-up

Pro­fes­sional and pleas­ant de­meanour by the agent and of­fice col­leagues, through­out the sale jour­ney. Akin to an ex­cel­lent meal and great ser­vice, when agents pro­vide a pos­i­tive com­ment and a tip – own­ers will see in­creased value, when our in­dus­try pro­vides and or keeps pro­vid­ing con­sis­tent qual­ity ser­vice. NO NEED to buy fur­ni­ture or de­cide on colour schemes – you’ll just need your bags and a cool $2.35 mil­lion.

This five-bed­room re­sort­style house in the pres­ti­gious Beach­front Mi­rage Es­tate in Port Dou­glas is owned by Syd­ney- based de­vel­oper Paul Smith.

The prop­erty mogul and his fam­ily own four prop­er­ties

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