¿Cómo es que no hay comisiones?
Trabajamos de forma distinta a las inmobiliarias convencionales y tradicionales.
El hecho de trabajar solo 10 inmuebles por mes y optimizar la venta al máximo, nos permite dar un precio muy competitivo y conseguir grandes resultados en poco tiempo.
Tenemos un precio fijo, no importa el precio de venta, en todo momento sabrás cual es nuestro precio (sin opacidades, ni cosas raras).
Nos gusta trabajar de forma transparente y honesta. Creemos que es la única manera de agradecerte la confianza, cuando nos eliges como promotora de tu inmueble.
Todos nuestros inmuebles los trabajamos en carácter de exclusiva para garantizar un resultado óptimo, en poco tiempo y sin comisiones.
Why should I use a real estate salesperson?
A real estate salesperson is more than just a “sales person.” They act on your behalf as your agent, providing you with advice and guidance and doing a job – helping you buy or sell a home. While it is true they get paid for what they do, so do other professions that provide advice, guidance, and have a service to sell –such as Certified Public Accountants and Attorneys
The Internet has opened up a world of information that wasn’t previously available to homebuyers and seller. The data on listings available for sale is almost current – but not quite. There are times when you need the most current information about what has sold or is for sale, and the only way to get that is with an agent.
If you’re selling a home, you gain access to the most buyers by being listed in the Multiple Listing Service. Only a licensed real estate agent who is a member of your local MLS can get you listed there – which then gets you automatically listed on some of the major real estate web sites. If you’re buying or selling a home, the MLS is your agent’s best tool.
However, the role of an agent has changed in the last couple of years. In the past, agents were the only way home buyers and sellers could access information. Now agents are evolving. Because today’s home buyers and sellers are so much better informed than in the past, expertise and ability are becoming more important.
The real estate agent is becoming more of a “guide” than a “salesperson” — your personal representative in buying or selling a home.
¿Qué es un home staging?
Un home staging, es una técnica muy empleada en los Estados Unidos (líder en el mundo inmobiliario) que consiste en presentar el inmueble como de una obra de teatro se tratase.
Es una decoración donde el minimalismo y tonos claros predominan, así como la despersonalización de los espacios es de suma importancia en casas de segunda mano para que el cliente se vea viviendo ahí. Además, como apunta Raquel Muñoz, de KELE Voy a hacer “El estilo nórdico invita a relajarte con sus tonos claros y la luz que transmite. A la gente le apetece estar en esa estancia”.
“Cuando hay mucha oferta de viviendas, como en la crisis, tienes que destacarte del resto y lo haces presentando mejor el producto. Ahora que ha mejorado el mercado, tiene sentido el home staging para vender más fácilmente el inmueble”, señala la directora de Lúmina Home Staging. Caroline Jurgens.
¿Y es tan importante?
Según un estudio de la Asociación de Home Staging España, acelera 8 veces el proceso de venta respecto a la media nacional sin tener que recurrir al recurso de bajar el precio.
I have to make a choice between an updated home in an older neighborhood or a newer home in a more modern neighborhood. The home in the older neighborhood has almost everything I want and is much larger, but which makes the most sense as an investment?
If your goal is to buy a home for it’s resale value and the one you are thinking of buying in the older neighborhood is at the upper end of values for that neighborhood, then it may not be the wisest choice. If it is similar or lower in price to the others, then there should be no problem, because pricing should be considered in relation to the local neighborhood and not compared to homes in other neighborhoods (for the most part)
Plus, is it a neighborhood on the decline, or are others going to be fixing things up, too, so that it is a neighborhood that is improving? It could turn out to be a very good deal as long as you don’t “overpay” because of the recent improvements.
Remember that you also buy a home for it’s value to you as a “home,” and that is something else you should consider. Which neighborhood would you AND your family feel most comfortable in?
When buying a new home, what upgrades should we go for? What holds the most value? Do we upgrade the lot? Pick more square footage in the house? Add an extra bedroom?, etc.
A lot depends on why you are buying the house. Are you buying it mostly as a home or mostly as an investment? There is a difference.
For the most part, upgrades are high-profit items for builders. They aren’t designed to enhance the value of the house, but make you happier with the house you do buy.
If you are looking at your home as an investment, then you buy from the smaller to medium size in the tract and spend only a minimal amount on upgrades. If you are looking at your purchase as a home, then you select upgrades that will enhance your quality of living.
One rule of thumb is to always upgrade the carpet and padding.