Time to Sell Your Property…
Selling your property or home can be as exciting as purchasing a property! Many things are involved to make this sale a success. We as the Real Estate Company are gladly to help you out throughout the entire process.
Ready to Sell, the First Step
Once, you as the rightful owner of the property decide to sell, we will sign a sales agreement. This sale agreement basically stating that you are the owner and is to sell this property for this amount. It also states that we are either the (sole) Broker. Once the sale is successfully completed, we as the Real Estate Company will receive a commission from the sale.
Finding a Buyer
We will try our very best to find a potential buyer by placing your property on our website for sale. However, it doesn’t stop here. CDS Real Estate will promote your property on our Social Media pages such as Facebook and so on. We will actively find a buyer and once we found him or her, we will make an appointment to do a viewing of your property. Then, once the buyer falls in love with your property we start the purchasing procedure, a letter is being drafted as well known as offer letter.
Tips for the Future Seller
- Pictures says more than a thousand words! Make sure you take pictures with the right lighting, angles and the right setting. Put the settings of your camera to at least 4 Megapixels with at least high or fine quality.
- Better: Hire a professional real estate photographer. We offer this package to our client because with professional pictures you will attract the right buyer. Ask us about the offer.
- Keep your property clean! Al the time. Make sure that your land is free of debris, garbage and other construction rubble. Selling your house, apartment or any type of a building? Make sure that it is clean and presentable, clutter free. Not only for the pictures but also for the unexpected viewing tomorrow.
- Boundaries Markers. Make sure that the boundary markers are set on their proper place and visible for any site visitors. We can help you to find a surveyor to re-establish the boundary markers for you again.