Did you know that for the typical family the most important financial transaction they will make in their lives is buying or selling a home? Amazingly, when making this momentous decision they often do not seem to have any criteria for choosing the real estate agent or realtor who will handle this life changing transaction.
A smooth, trouble-free experience and positive outcome is desired by
buyers and sellers. Finding the perfect house in their desired area at
the right price and in the least amount of time describes what buyers
want. A quick sale close to the listed price is what sellers want.
Key for a positive outcome for both buyers and sellers hinges upon choosing the right realtor or real estate agent.
HOW ONLINE REAL ESTATE AGENT AND REALTOR REVIEWS CAN INSURE A POSITIVE OUTCOME
Reviewing products, services, and professional performances online
allows buyers and sellers to share their experiences in many
transactions. Sharing both positive and negative experiences is
tremendously helpful to people without experience. It is a painless way
to make good choices.
ARE ALL WEB REVIEWS RELIABLE AND OF GOOD QUALITY
Unfortunately, online reviews can fail to be reliable. Some posts are
actually false reviews. A very positive review can be posted by someone
who benefits from that review: not a genuine buyer or seller. Secretly
leaving a wonderful review for one's own services or company often
happens. And, of course, false and malicious reviews can be left to the
detriment of a rival realtor or agent.
WHAT METHODS CAN BE USED TO JUDGE REAL OR FALSE REVIEWS?
A clue is a completely glowing review minus a single negative or neutral
comment. Hardly any real estate transaction with a realtor is totally
positive. A real review notes one or two things that might have been
A totally negative review posted by a rival company deters buyers going
to a competitor. Again, this is a red flag that this review is not
A real review is honest and forthright, listing both positive and
negative results. Actually, the review for the most part could be
positive, but note some things that might have been better done.
An objective and helpful review is done by professional reviewers
similar to one that might be found at a site like
Using online reviews can be guides to good choices and decisions when viewed realistically.
Saturday, September 28, 2013
Thursday, March 1, 2012
The favorable tax exemption may increase the demand for the new home market. The taxation strategy should be changed; the taxation on real estate capital gains realized on additional housing units should be exempted. Stamp duties on real estate market should be revised and the evolution of the property and some protocols should be user friendly.
If at all revised; the real estate market will be pushed in to the bear market. Since the government has changed its policy the banks are reluctant to finance the purchase of properties which could lead to the crash of the real estate sector. Apart from rich investors the common public cannot afford much in the current scenario. The sellers are reluctant to lower their price and the buyer expects the price may go down; hence the market is pushed for high inertia. The people are willing to invest in a tangible asset and they are more focused on the properties than the stocks or the banks this is the supporting factor which hold the real estate market now.
Monday, November 7, 2011
MEPs adopted the amendment proposed by Gilles Carrez (UMP, Val de Marne), as amended, by the government, which is developing the new tax regime for real estate gains. He recovers, according to the general reporter the owners selling a principal residence and tenants selling their principal residence for the first time a property.
The amendment exempts from taxation of capital gains to the first transfer of a dwelling that is not a principal residence where the vendor is tenant's principal residence, as was the case before the 2004 reform. It aims in particular, according to Mr. Carr, to avoid the criminalization of young households, the
region or in dense urban areas, can not afford their homes because of the explosion in property prices. Paris