Selling the family home or a property can be a very emotional and stressful experience and therefore, should be done with much care. Various processes and a lot of paperwork are involved in selling a residential property and it is for this reason that many people engage the services of an experienced Vendor Advocate.
So how do you choose a Vendor Advocate who you can trust and work with easily throughout the entire selling process?
Knowledge of local market
When searching for a Vendor Agent, look for one with a thorough knowledge of the local market.
Make sure to check the credentials of your Vendor Agent. Find out their qualifications including any training they have undertaken, what real estate associations they are affiliated with and whether the groups are credible. You can also ask if the Vendor Advocate has industry qualifications in other states.
A Vendor Advocate should also have established connections not only in the state where he or she works but also in other states.
A Vendor Advocate can be paid either by, taking a percentage of the Real Estate Agents Sales Commission or by charging the Vendor a Fee.
At Amalain, we offer our Vendor Advocacy service AT NO CHARGE.
If you’re looking to sell your home or investment property, feel free to get in touch so that we can have a no obligation chat about how we may be able to help.
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