Listed here are over 100 typical actions, research steps, procedures, processes and requirements that a typical resort real estate transaction will occur successfully for a seller in our market. These reflect both a commitment by both the sales representative and the office administration team in excess of 75 hours for each transaction.
Of course each transaction may not be successful or may extend over a number of years depending on market conditions or vendor motivation.
In addition the agent is required to commit to ongoing professional education, and must stay up to date on both macro and micro market characteristics to provide the necessary level of accurate and timely advice to their clients.
In the case of working with a seller there is also a significant direct cost associated with the critical valuation and the executing of a marketing plan (photos, signatures, media exposure, collateral material, etc.), which is measured for every seller no matter what the ultimate outcome.
The attached list of activities is based on a property being listed for sale within our recommended price range, having had one price reduction, and been marketed for a period of six months. They reflect the level of skill, knowledge, and attention to detail required to create the greatest potential for success and underscore the importance of having help and guidance from someone who fully understands the process – a Whistler Real Estate Company realtor.
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