My Duty

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Duty of Property Negotiator:

  • Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) — an estimate of the home’s value compared with others. This differs from an appraisal in that property currently for sale may be taken into consideration. (competition for the subject property)
  • Total Market Overview — an objective method for determining a home’s value, where a CMA is subjective.
  • Exposure — Marketing the real property to prospective buyers.
  • Facilitating a Purchase — guiding a buyer through the process.
  • Facilitating a Sale — guiding a seller through selling process.
  • Document preparation — preparing necessary paperwork for “For Sale By Owner” sellers.
  • Hourly Consulting for a fee, based on the client’s needs.
  • Leasing for a fee or percentage of the gross lease value.
  • Property Management
  • Auctioning property.
  • Preparing contracts and leases. (Depends on request).

To help accomplish this goal of finding buyers, a real estate agency commonly does the following:

  • Listing the property for sale to the public, in addition to any other methods.
  • Based on the law in several states, providing the seller with a real property condition disclosure form, and other forms that may be needed.
  • Preparing necessary papers describing the property for advertising, pamphlets, open houses, etc.
  • Generally placing a “For Sale” sign on the property indicating how to contact the real estate office and agent.
  • Advertising the property. Advertising is often the biggest outside expense in listing a property.
  • In some cases, holding an open house to show the property.
  • Being a contact person available to answer any questions about the property and to schedule showing appointments
  • Ensuring buyers are pre-screened so that they are financially qualified to buy the property; the more highly financially qualified the buyer is, the more likely the closing will succeed.
  • In some cases, holding an earnest payment cheque in escrow from the buyer(s) until the closing.