What you need to know

We believe that choosing the right agent to market your property is like choosing an accountant, doctor, dentist or lawyer etc. someone that you have the confidence in to get the job done properly. The selling of a home is often emotional and can be extremely stressful and therefore you need the person best qualified to assist you. A sole mandate creates competition between buyers, whereas with an open mandate the marketing invariably turns into agents urging buyers to submit lower offers just to get a quick sale which results in bringing the price of the property down. In addition, buyers seeing a property listed with many agents will see this as the property having a potential problem.

Our sole mandate will never exclude a buyer that another agent may introduce as we are always willing to negotiate a commission split with that agent to ensure that your sale is not prejudiced. A sole mandate enables us to spend money on the property by way of advertising, HD videos and newspapers. Awarding a sole mandate also eliminates a possible double commission claim which often only comes to the fore some three or four months after the transfer takes place.

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