It is perhaps quite worrying that anyone can start trading as an estate agent, without any qualifications whatsoever. This makes it all the more important that you choose an agency that puts a high value on training.
HIGHLY PREFERABLE! It is incredible that so few agents regularly accompany buyers around a property, leaving it to the seller to do all the work! No only does this strike us as poor service, but accompanied viewings from a well-trained sales negotiator have a far greater chance of success, for the following reasons:
Estate agents’ market valuations are usually free, and because of this, it is very tempting for prospective sellers to invite a number of agents to comment and then select the agent that suggests the highest likely sale price for the property. However, we advise caution on this issue. Some agency “valuers” are paid bonus on Continue Reading
Last week…Wednesday’s budget was noticeable for the absence of any mention of the housing market. This oversight was met with derision from almost every organisation with an interest in the property sector. There has been a succession of housing ministers over recent years, each of which has introduced several, mostly ill-considered, policies which have effectively Continue Reading
Selling your property is easy. Just advertise it on line and wait for the buyers to flock to your door!! If only! Sadly, too many estate agents rely on this approach, which inevitably results in disappointment. Indeed, in some respects finding the buyer is the easy bit, but, when you think about it, Continue Reading