The selling process commences once you have identified a buyer and both parties have agreed on the price and terms. To facilitate your journey, we have outlined the Seller Guidance below:
1. Select Your Real Estate Agent
Choosing an agent you can trust is crucial. It's important to establish not just a professional, but also a personal connection. Open and honest communication with your agent should be comfortable.
2. Consider an Exclusive Listing
Listing your property with a single agent offers numerous benefits. It provides the broker with some security over the listing, encouraging them to invest additional time and marketing expertise to attract buyers.
Dealing with one broker simplifies the process compared to managing multiple agents. Over-exposure through different brokers can potentially deter prospective buyers and attract lowball offers.
3. Marketing Your Property
A professional image of your property will be captured for use in our social media marketing.
4. Accepting an Offer
Our team will present all offers for you to select the best option that suits your needs.
5. Finalizing the Agreement
Once an offer is accepted, our team will prepare a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), which is a contract between the seller and the buyer.
6. Title Deed Transfer
The title deed will be transferred to the buyer's name.
The following documents are required to complete the property purchase procedure:
- Original Passport and a copy
- Original Power of Attorney document (if applicable)
- Valid Visa copy (resident/tourist)
- Valid Emirates ID copy (resident)
- Original Title Deed and a copy
- No Objection Certificate (NOC)