3 Myths About High Street Agents

 

Whether you’re buying or selling a property, there are some myths about High Street Estate Agents you’re likely to have heard.

We’ve come across them all in our time. In this post we thought we’d take a look at the 3 myths about Estate Agents that are most common and explain why here at David James we like to do things differently.

Myth: They’re Expensive.

At David James we operate on a no sale – no fee basis, and we guarantee you won’t find any hidden extras once you sign up. This makes our selling fees very competitive.

Myth: You Don’t Need A Local Agent

Local knowledge is invaluable when it comes to marketing your property. We have been serving the community within the North-East of Nottingham for almost 30 years. Throughout that time we have remained family-run and strongly independent.

We are committed to ensuring we provide the highest levels of customer service. As local people ourselves, we understand what is important within the local area. We continue to grow our business through recommendation and the only way we can do that is by ensuring our client experience is as positive as possible

Myth: It Doesn’t Matter Who Looks After Your Property Once It’s On The Market

When you sell your home with David James, we allocate you an individual residential sales negotiator who stays with you throughout the marketing, selling and legal aspects of the transaction. This personalised service helps to set us apart from the competition. It also means that you can be reassured that your negotiator knows everything about what is happening with your property at every stage. From the moment it comes on to the market until it’s time to say goodbye and hand over the keys.

SO tell us again why you wouldn’t use a local agent in unprecedented times?

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