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How To Be Your Own Estate Agent 2nd Edition: Learn an Estate Agent's Secrets and Save Thousands Selling Your House Yourself

Tony Booth

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Prose: non-fiction, Property & real estate

Selling property is not rocket science - though some agents would have you believe otherwise. With this unique book you benefit from the inside knowledge of an estate agent, cut out the middle man entirely, and keep the commission fee to yourself. You will discover the following essentials: The best times to sell; The secrets of successfully marketing your property; How to prepare for the viewing; How to negotiate the best deal; Full understanding of the legal processes; How to work efficiently with your solicitor; The top ten selling and moving tips
Contents: 1. The best time to sell; 2. How to create the 'des res'; 3. Gathering information; 4. Valuing your property; 5. Working with your solicitor; 6. Creating a property brochure; 7. Photographing the property; 8. Marketing the property; 9. Preparing for viewings; 10. How to conduct a viewing; 11. Receiving offers; 12. Heads of terms; 13. If no offer is received; 14. The top ten selling and moving tips

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Tony Booth

Tony Booth has been an actor for 40 years, but also wrote comedy scripts and sketches for That Was the Week That Was in the 1960s. He is best-known for his role as Alf Garnett s loutish son-in-law in the long-running Till Death Do Us Part, a role especially created for him by the writer Johnny Speight. He has six children. His eldest daughter Cherie, a barrister, is married to Tony Blair, Prime Minister since 1997.

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