When you choose an estate agent to help you sell your properties, you are putting your faith in them to quickly find a buyer at the best possible price, and see the sale through to completion. But what should you do if things don’t go to plan?
If your relationship with your agent breaks down, they’re not
communicating well with you, or worse – they begin avoiding your calls or
messages – it's going to be very difficult for you to continue working with
them. Changing agents can enable you to build a relationship with someone else
who can provide all the help and support you need.
If you’ve followed the advice of your existing agent and it’s not
working out, they may have misread the market. Another estate agent can take a fresh look at recent price comparables
and give you a different perspective to go by.
Every estate agent has their own database and marketing channels.
Switching can give you exposure to a new set of potential buyers who have not
yet seen your properties.
If for whatever reason your current agent doesn’t feel motivated to
prioritise your properties, giving it to someone else who is hungry for the
sale is a good way to get more eyes on your home. It may even make your
existing agent spring into action for one last push before they lose the deal
to a competitor.
Properties get the most interest when they first come on the market. An
ad that’s been hanging around for a while goes stale as buyers have either
already seen it, or think there must be something wrong with it. A fresh
listing with a new set of photos and description can kickstart the interest
Your current agent might have run through the usual playbook and be
left completely stumped as to why it has not sold. Another agent with more
experience, market insight or creative thinking might have a few other tricks
up their sleeve to find a buyer.
If your agent is blaming the market, problems with
the property, or your unrealistic expectations, they might be right. Then
again, trying a different agent will soon reveal if the problems were outside
of their control, or if they were just full of excuses.
At Loveitts, we have a wealth of experience in
selling new homes. We have a dedicated team who purely work on that for you. We
have Sallyanne Wykes, our new homes manager to advise on suggested values for
your development or property, how to best market your properties, what
specification should be included, the best ways to present and the most
effective way to sell your development. We also have Laura Wilson, our land
manager who has her finger on the pulse of land opportunities throughout the
region. She can bring you potential land opportunities for your next
development, advise on land values and keep you up to speed on what is
happening locally. Supporting the managers we have a team of sales people,
sales progressors, co-ordinators and viewing representatives who are all
working hard to sell your properties as quickly as possible for the best
Please speak with us to discuss how we can help
your new project succeed. Call us on 024 7625 8421 and speak to Sallyanne, our new
homes manager or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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