The first post of our blog series Why use high street agents offers property sellers some tips to help them plan their marketing strategy.
Richard Tucker, Managing Director of Relocation Agent Network, says:
“If you’re considering selling your property, it’s important to think carefully about your expectations of the agent handling your sale. After all, you are going to be opening up your home to them and prospective buyers. I strongly recommend that sellers pay close attention to the quality of the agent’s service, advice and trust, as well as commission rate.
“With more than 600 offices across England, Scotland and Wales, the Cartus Relocation Agent Network brings together the know-how agents handpicked for their experience and performance can bring. The world’s leading provider of relocation services, Cartus, has recognised the value of the Relocation Agent Network. Why not talk to your local agent to discuss your requirements?”
This will cost you nothing, and you will benefit from a face-to-face consultation with a trusted expert who can guide you through the whole planning process.
Things to consider:
• How to price your property
• Expected time to find a buyer
• Commission structure
• Where the property will be promoted
• Regularity of viewings and whether viewings will be accompanied
• For Sale board – even in the digital age, this remains a key marketing element
• Marketing updates from your agent to you – make sure you agree the most convenient time and format of these updates
Thinking of selling?
Aldreds is a selected member of Relocation Agent Network, who has chosen us as East Norfolk & North East Suffolk's Local Expert, based on our customer service and a variety of other criteria. Not only does this prove our credentials as one of the area’s leading estate agents, but through our Network membership, we are able to offer sellers a completely unique channel of buyer that no other estate agent in East Norfolk & North East Suffolk can provide. Visit www.relocation-agent-network.co.uk/how-we-can-help-you.aspx to find out more.