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Having a real estate agent can help take the mystery out of shopping for your new residence. Many folks think that it is easier to shop for themselves. However, having an agent provides a significant advantage over trying to search on your own.

Realtors Have In-Depth Knowledge

Firstly, a realtor will have in-depth knowledge that goes beyond how much square footage is in a house or how many rooms it has. This can include an understanding about the type of piping that is used in the bathrooms and what types of schools are in the area. Your realtor can also tell you about the community, which can be especially helpful if you're moving from out of state.

Realtors Have Ethics to Stand By

Another reason to feel confident about using a real estate agent is that all realtors must conform to the Realtors Code of Ethics. This requires all individuals working with a realtor to be treated equally, professionally, and fairly, no matter what their background. You can go into a realtor's office knowing you are entitled to a professional experience.

Realtors Protect Their Clients

Realtors also have a fiduciary responsibility in helping you. Realtors protect buyers when doing transactions on their behalf, guiding you away from someone who might try to take advantage. Your realtor can offer you their opinions and guidance on whether a house is a good buy or not.

Your Realtor Knows the Current Laws

Realtors make it their job to keep up with the latest rules and regulations surrounding house buying. Since they are required by law to stay abreast of any changes, your real estate agent can advise you on current laws about buying, from helping you with contracts to understanding different types of riders. Because laws vary by state, if you are relocating from a different area, having an agent can be a major asset.

A Realtor Will Help You Get the Right Price

Finally, your realtor will be able to assist you in coming up with a price that is right for you. Your real estate agent can negotiate a price on your behalf. Since your agent will have experience in doing this, it will come more naturally to them. If you are shy when it comes to bartering, you can rest easy and let them act on your behalf. They will work to get you the lowest price possible and make sure that your buying experience is as pleasant and enjoyable as it can be. Once you start working with an experienced real estate agent, you will be amazed at how easy it is to find the home of your dreams.

The ideal agent is not always the one with the most sales under his or her belt, or the most years on the job. The ideal agent is one who listens to you, is easy to get along with, and has the tools and skills to address your unique situation. Every home buyer is different. Some have credit issues. Some are buying from out of state. Some need help selling their current home in addition to buying a new one. Just as buyers have different needs, real estate agents have different skills and specialties. Here's how to find the agent who's right for you: 1. Ask friends and family for agent referrals. Nobody knows you as well as your friends and family do. So they're often in the best position to recommend an agent who is well-suited for your needs. You can also trust a referral from friends or family more than one that comes from a stranger. 2. Talk to multiple agents. I once saw a statistic that 84% of home buyers choose the first real estate agent they contact. This means one of two things. Either most people are choosing wisely the first time, or they're just rushing into things without shopping around. Probably a little of both. You don't have to exhaust yourself interviewing agent after agent, but at least talk with two or three to see who you're most comfortable with (which leads to the next point). 3. Consider the vibe factor. Professional expertise is an important criterion when choosing a real estate agent. But interpersonal skills are equally important. After all, you'll be working with this person anywhere from 2 to 12 months, so it helps to get along with them. We all have unique personalities, and that's the way it should be. But when working with someone professionally, if helps if their personality "meshes" well with your own. 4. Ask how they hunt. When deciding on a real estate agent, ask how they search for homes. Some agents have their own preferred listings that they favor. But you want what's best for you, not what's best for your agent. You're paying them, right? So make sure the agent is willing to search high and low to find the best home for you. That includes using the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) as well as their own personal network. 5. Read paperwork carefully. This advice is heavily used for a reason. It's critical that you examine all documents during the home buying process, and that includes your agent agreement. At some point during the relationship, your agent will probably ask you to sign an agent agreement. Basically, it just means that if the agent shows you a particular property, your purchase of the property should be credited to that agent. In most cases it's a simple, just be sure to read it carefully and ask questionss

How do you know that a Real Estate agent is working for the buyer? If you don’t have a WRITTEN buyer representaion agreement with a real estate agent, then that agent will be working for the home seller BY DEFAULT and will get the best deal for them (maybe at your expense.) The typical scenario works like this: The Realtor says that the owner doesn't want to negotiate on terms. Why? Because he is trying to get THEM the best deal, not YOU! Is he showing you listings that aren’t what you want? That’s because he is trying to sell the houses that are listed with his company ONLY! (Can’t blame him, that’s what he is contracted to do.) Did the sellers find out that you were willing to pay full price? That’s because THEIR agent told THEM what you said! (He HAS to do this. He is THEIR agent, not YOUR agent.) You wouldn’t think of going into a courtroom and expecting the other guy’s lawyer to be looking out for you, would you? The same idea applies to real estate agents.
Have you spent years renting homes or apartments and have grown tired of paying all that rent money to someone else? If so, then it might be your time to consider purchasing a home, and keeping that cash for yourself. However, you do need to ensure that you are prepared on more than one level before jumping into the equity market. There are many financial considerations to make note of before you start looking for a home. But, if you can arrange your finances into a sensible plan and secure a mortgage then this can ultimately be the most rewarding purchase you have ever made or will make. Finance plays a huge role in the decision to purchase your first home. This is to be expected as if you are purchasing your first home you will not likely have a few hundred thousand dollars sitting around and will have to find a mortgage of some sort. You should really make sure that you are prepared for the application for a mortgage as it will involve a thorough investigation of your past credit history. If there are any issues that you know of with your credit then you should take care of them before you apply for the mortgage. Sometimes this is a simple case of oversight, some things have been taken care of and not recorded as such, and sometimes there can be some debts that you will need to see to. Once these are taken care of, be sure to get a letter of release that you can show to the mortgage broker or company if necessary. If there are no issues with your credit then that will only make the process easier. There is no stronger tool in the home buying process than having all your financing in line before you start shopping. This is a great attraction for sellers as they want their homes to sell quickly and without incident or trouble in the money phase, a buyer with ready-to-go financing's offers will hold greater favor with almost any seller. If you are mindful of these things then when the time comes to make your offer, the whole affair will go much more smoothly and you will be able to dedicate your time to what is important. How to decorate your new home.

Our Listings

Executive Office for Sale

OFFICE PRIME LOCATION ADJACENT TO SIDCO CENTER NEAR YMC GROUND LAKSON SQUARE BUILDING-1, 11TH FLOOR 2000 SQUARE FEET FULLY SECURED, ALL FACILITIES, 3 LIFTS, PARKING, STANDBY GENERATOR, DESIRED LOCATION FOR BUSINESS OFFICE.

430 sq ft, 25,000 per month, address, 8th floor, Trade Tower, opp. Services Club. Near Hotel Metropol, Abdullah Haroon Road, Saddar, Karachi. 

Executive Office for Sale OFFICE PRIME LOCATION ADJACENT TO SIDCO CENTER NEAR YMC GROUND LAKSON SQUARE BUILDING-1, 11TH FLOOR 2000 SQUARE.

FLAT FOR SALE

Bldg ?/ c, 13 comm, flat no 3,  Ph 2 ext DHA  Line water, 3 Bed Drawing Dinning with long lounge  3 side corner bldg, only 3 flats in bldg, 2100# sq feet approx Demand 160# Lacs

URGENTLY REQUIREMENT OF COMMERCIAL PLOTS

 

·  100 SQYD IN Zulfiqar Commercial

·  Corner  100 SQYD  IN PENINSULA COMMERCIAL

·  200 SQYD IN PENINSULA COMMERCIAL (ON WIDE &THROUGH ROAD)

.   REQUIRED 2000 SQYD IN PHASE 8

.   REQUIRED 4000 SQYD IN PHASE 2,4 OR 6. MUST BE A CORNER

 

 

BUNGALOWS FOR SALE

DHA PHASE VIII

DHA Phase VIII, Brand New Bungalow for sale on ON Main Khayaban-e-Shujjat (One Way)  in 4th Belt, 1000 Yards, Beautiful Architectural Design, 2 unit 3+4Bed planing, 2 Guard Rooms and 2 Gates and Lawn. 
Demand 14 Crore

 

DHA PHASE V

 

DHA Phase V, Before Khyaban-e-Shaheen, Most Prime Locations of Phase V, 2000 Sqyd Bungalow with 8 Beds, Lawn with Huge Car Parking, Well Maintained, Clean and Peaceful Surrounding 

Demand 27 Crore

 

DHA PHASE II Ext

DHA Phase II Ext, Brand New Bungalow for sale on ON Sunset Streets Near DHA Central Library , 1000 Yards, Beautiful Architectural Design, Basement, Swimming Pool, Lawn 

Demand 16.5 Crore 

  

Plots for sale

?/100, Ayubi Street 5, Phase 7 ext, demand 1.85 crore

?/100, Ayubi Comm Street 3, parking corner, Phase 7 ext, demand 3.60 crore

?/100, Tariq Comm Street 2, Phase 7 ext, demand 2.75 crore

252/500, Main Khyaban e Shujjat, Phase VIII, 6.25 crore Final

?/100, Tipu Comm 2, Phaae VIII,  demand 4.70 crore

?/100, Iqbal comm 1, Phase VIII, demand 4.80 crore

?/2000, 37th Street, Phase VIII, Demand 19.5 Crore

?/2000, 7th South Street, Phase II, Demand 28 crore

Booking Projects

Location - Main Khayaban-e-Jami & Khyban 3 SIDE CORNER Phase VII, DHA Karachi

 

Ground  = 7500 Sqft

Basement = 7500 Sqft

 

Digging Strart in 8 Months

 

Location - Main Khayaban-e-Jami, Phase VII, DHA Karachi

 

On Main khayaban-e-jami (80 feet wide road) with Service lane
Facing bungalows

 

1750 sqft ground plus 1750 sqft basement on booking at the rate of Rs. 60,000/= per sqft

Features :
*Ground rate including basement
*Office building
*Lift
*Standby generator
*Nearby 3 Banks at Jami
UBL
BANK AL HABIB
BANK ISLAMI


DHA CITY For Sale


DCK-6D 200 CIVILIAN

DCK-6D 200 CIVILIAN FULL PAID

DCK-9C 200 CIVILIAN

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