Have you heard of an exclusive listing agreement? When you want to sell a property fast and get a lot of money for it, look for a broker who has you sign an exclusive listing agreement. Why consider this? Well, there are several reasons…
Exclusive Licensing Agreements
Most real estate agencies do open listing cases where they tell as many people as possible about your property– and these can be qualified or non-qualified potential buyers. And when they do broadcast that your property is for sale, they might leave out certain details or get some details wrong. Now, with an exclusive listing agreement, a seller gets maximum exposure to the right buyers– that’s an advantage! Sellers can expect high-quality offers from qualified prospects who are actually serious about buying… And this process can also shorten the negotiation process so the seller doesn’t have to deal with many offers, counter-offers, counter-counter-offers, etc.
Exclusive listing agreements allow the broker (the listing agent) to represent the property owner, and this, in turn, makes for a simplified “no haggle” negotiation process. Furthermore, the broker makes sure the details listed about the property are correct and complete– think of this as “VIP” service. The broker works on the seller’s behalf to get the most money for the property in the shortest amount of time, and it’s mutually beneficial to both parties.
If you want to develop a long-term relationship with one agent who is motivated to sell for you, and you care about controlling who views your “for sale” property, weeding out non-serious bidders, then an exclusive listing agreement is a viable choice when selling property.
Interested in learning more about an exclusive listing agreement through Metcalf Land Co. of Spartanburg, South Carolina? Please call 864-585-0444 for more information. Metcalf is known for dealing with waterfront properties, homes with acreage, equestrian properties and more.