Using an online estate agent to sell your home makes so much sense
Here’s 5 reasons why.
1) You will save thousands!
The biggest benefit is the amount you will save. Traditional agents will charge anywhere between 1% and 2% of the sale price, excluding VAT and upfront marketing fees. Online estate agents like YourBricks charge a fixed fee so you know exactly how much you will pay.
2) You’re in charge
You decide how and when to sell your property while under no pressure from agents. You’ll be able to keep track of all offers received and if you want the help of a negotiator, YourBricks will provide that too. There’s no need to keep contacting the agent to check for updates. You get all the help you need from an agent, but you take control!
3) You can host your own viewings
When you sell your home via an online agent you have the option to host your own viewings. This can provide even more savings and the viewings you hold yourself are more likely to lead to a successful sale. We’ve all had the terrible experience of viewing a property where an agent can’t answer the most basic of questions. No one knows your home like you and that gives you the edge when selling your home. YourBricks provides a unique platform to help you manage your viewings. However, if you don’t want to host your own viewings YourBricks can do this for you too.
4) You get the same services as traditional agents
When you work with YourBricks you still receive the same service as a normal estate agent but at a fraction of the cost. A free valuation, Daft.ie and MyHome.ie ads, photography, floorplans, a ‘For Sale’ sign, viewings management, negotiation and completion!
5) Save time
Overall it’s much faster to use an online agent to sell your home. There are no bottlenecks. From the moment you request a free valuation things move quickly. Your property is quickly put online, and enquiries and viewing requests start to flow through the platform. This control and speed means you can sell your home faster, more efficiently and with less hassle and stress!