Transparency in Real Estate

Transparency is the Mecca of the business process. When customers have limited information, they are always at a disadvantage.

  • How have you felt as you’ve worked with a realtor? 

  • Was the information you received sufficient enough to make an informed decision?

When realtors work with you, obviously realtors have to distinguish between enough information and information overload. In normal practice, the realtor will want to impress you and show you information that will attract your attention. 

What’s the most important thing a buyer needs to know? 

  1. Features that you like about the property 

  2. Looking at the price of comparable properties 

  3. The amount of money you’re willing to offer for the property

  4. Some aspects of the contract that protect your interests

  5. And in some cases, you’ll need to get a home inspection 

When you make an offer, you can follow a few simple rules. If you follow these rules, everyone can be an expert when deciding how much you want to pay and making the offer. Deciding the price for a property and making an offer is just an aspect of having enough information.


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