You may think that to sell and market a farmhouse that requires renovation would be difficult but that doesn’t seem to be the case for the Great Estate & Chesterton real estate group, a symbol of professionalism and fairness in the property market.
2013 saw, for example, the sale of a farmhouse in need of work in Umbria, in the town of Fabro, Stefano Petri, the CEO states:
“It’s been a quite simple sale when you consider that our real estate Group has always managed to make the client understand the true value of real estate and the property was acquired only when the seller had adjusted their price to reflect current property values”
The simplicity that is referred to by Stefano Petri, however, is an important part of their work with sound fundamental advice that all real estate agencies should use in real estate transactions.
It is often the case, however, that you will find real estate proposals completely out of step with the current market, often acquired solely to make up the numbers on their data base. In fact, many agencies don’t bother to give advice to sellers before they sell, which could be particular important information about the real value of their property.
This is one of the main difficulties that the Great Estate & Chesterton real estate group find at this time that other real estate agencies have a lack of professionalism.
The particular economic crisis we are currently experiencing rewards those real estate agencies who invest time and energy on professionalism and fairness.
Buying a property is no laughing matter, and it is a good investment to rely on those who can provide the advice and expertise that each client must (or should) expect a real estate professional to provide.
By Alessandra Conforti