Outre les effets conjoncturels, les caractéristiques propres d'un bien immobilier ont une influence sur son prix. Celles-ci peuvent être intrinsèques au bien (facilité d'accès et d'aménagement, confort, isolation, exposition, esthétique, vétusté, charges et contraintes, bien occupé ou librement habitable), des éléments sentimentaux (biens de famille). Des phénomènes de rareté peuvent éventuellement être créés par des contraintes administratives de construction8.
Next: the text. Once you’ve hooked a potential buyer with those pretty pictures, you want to make sure they don’t waste their time (or your’s) coming to see a place that doesn’t actually fit their needs. Your realtor should take the time to provide detailed information on your MLS listing to clearly and persuasively describe the features and benefits of your home.
"We're delighted to renew and expand our partnership with Centris. We confirmed our hypothesis that homebuyers lacked crucial location information during the homebuying process," says Gabriel Damant-Sirois, CPO and co-founder of Local Logic®. "Today more than ever, consumers expect an easy online shopping experience even for real estate. It's why we're excited to help Centris incorporate lifestyle throughout the home search on Centris.ca. We also think it's time we arm Quebec real estate agents with powerful tools to help them find the right home faster for their clients and continue providing exceptional service."
By offering buyers the possibility to deal directly with the owner (30% of real estate sales) or with a broker (70% of real estate sales)*, Proprio Direct remains the only banner of importance in Quebec that reaches 100% of buyers. As a seller, you enjoy the best of both worlds, as well as impeccable service throughout the process, even if you find the buyer yourself!
A broker provides a complete and accurate description of the property, performs a comparative market analysis, proposes a marketing strategy, verifies the specifications of the desired property, prepares and submits the promise to purchase to the seller, negotiates in the best interest of his or her client, and ensures that all conditions are met on time for the signing of the notarial act.
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