Real estate agents trade on their reputation, so referrals can be a good place to start the search.
Remember, selling a home is a collaborative process, so having a good, open working relationship with the agent is a must.
One of the main advantages of using a professional to manage an investment property is peace of mind. Qualified property managers know the marketplace; ensuring lessors receive maximum returns on their investment. They also have an understanding of relevant legislation and paperwork required under the Residential Tenancies and Rooming Accommodation Act.
Pre-planning open houses and the inspection times of a property enables the seller to arrange their lives during the marketing campaign and helps ensure the property is presented in its best light at all times.
Agents will often encourage sellers to not be present during inspections in order to allow prospective buyers the freedom of inspecting the property, without feeling like they are ‘intruding’ in someone else’s home.
Most often, it will be the buyer who makes the initial offer by signing contract documentation, which is then presented to the seller by the agent. If the seller wants to make a counter offer and change the terms or offered price, the changes are made on this contract of sale, initialed by the seller and presented back to the buyer by the agent for further negotiation.
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