2007 July | Real Estate Investing Blog
The function of a Real Estate broker is to act as an intermediary, a mediator between buyers and sellers of prime properties and Real Estate, and Real Estate brokers also find out house owners who want to sell and clients who want to buy homes. However, each Real Estate broker has his own way of working, and two agents might not work in the same way.
It is vital that a Real Estate agent or broker must be very well connected to the Real Estate industry and also have great know-how about the way the industry works. Every client will expect the Real Estate agent to have a deep knowledge about the market, and the broker will have to give information on the present Real Estate listings, earlier sales, he should have an efficient and practical marketing strategy and some good references. It is of prime importance that people look for a Real Estate agent who is sincere, confident, and who completely understands the requirements of both buyers and sellers. Read more
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When it comes to investing in property there is no right time or wrong time, anytime is good when investing in property. The market is so wide and high that it is always possible to find some value in there. It can be easier or harder to find value depending on the state of the market but it is always there. There is always some sort of property that has been in neglect, disrepair, or simply has motivated sellers that must make a sale. Properties such as these make for a great buy at any time no matter the state of the market. Read more
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A real estate purchase agreement is not a rough guide to a deal. It is a contract specifying exactly what legal obligations each side has. In other words, be sure it says what you want it to say, and has everything you need in it.
Normally, if you are buying a property that is listed with a real estate broker, they will have a purchase agreement ready to have the blanks filled in. If you have a buyer’s agent that you work with, he or she will have the necessary forms. There are the routine parts which are necessary, but not easily forgotten or done wrong. These include the following.
The Date – Names of Buyer(s) and Seller(s) – Address Of Property – Legal Description Of Property – Purchase Price And Terms – List Of Anything Included With Property – Date The Deal Should Close By – Closing Process – Disclosure Statement – Signature With Date For Buyer And Seller – Addresses and Phone Numbers Of Buyer And Seller. Read more
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