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n one's interest in land or other property.
estate planning,
n a detailed, written-out plan (usually arrived at with the advice of estate counselors) in which all the financial affairs of the dental professional are clearly stated and provisions are made for alterations when changing conditions warrant it.
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Home buyers need an expert real estate agent that knows their market, inside and out, to guide the buyer through the home buying process, from the first showing to the final closing.
We felt that this message needed to be communicated to future vendors who may be unaware of the upcoming changes in estate agent practices.
Areas served: this real estate agent can help you with homes for sale in Livingston, Millburn, Short Hills, South Orange, West Orange, Maplewood, Montclair, and Summit.
We at Ian Crane Estate Agents - one of Maghull's most experienced estate agents - advise that if you are considering using more than one estate agent to sell your house, you should enter into a Joint Agency Agreement, where the commission is agreed in advance between both agents.
Whilst most people prefer to use estate agents to sell their house, some opt to do the work themselves and sell privately in order to save on estate agent fees.
Speaking at the bank's annual Estate Agent Grand Finale, Mpumzi Pupuma, managing director of Standard Bank, said the fact that the number of participating estate agents increased by 50% is a sign of their commitment to enhance the valuable relationship with the bank.
Currently there is no barrier to anyone setting up and practising as an estate agent.
The vast majority of estate agents don't like you switching and will try their utmost to prevent you from doing so.
The survey results state 84% of sellers who have actively engaged an estate agent in the last 12 months would be happy to recommend them to a friend.
SELLING a home in the current climate isn't easy, so employing an estate agent will ensure you go to market with the best price and the most effective marketing.
Homeowners who use an estate agent to help them sell their property have to sign a legally-binding contract - and it's important, before signing, to read this carefully and make sure you understand the terms and fees clearly.
My estate agent told me that the family wanting to buy my house were cash buyers and no chain was involved.