Real Estate Concierge Services
A number of real estate professionals around the country are adopting a concierge-style business model that recognizes the all-encompassing experience of home buying and how technology has revolutionized how Americans browse for homes. Realtors are increasingly attempting to deliver services that go above and beyond what is expected.
While charging the standard commission rate and providing all standard services, many Realtors are adding incalculable value by providing long-term consultants or “real estate concierges” for all things related to the home, from change-of-address services to recommendations for trusted tax advice, handymen, and remodeling contractors. Concierge services help realtors achieve their primary goal of making their clients’ lives simpler before, during, and after the real estate transaction. As your frontline point of contact during a pandemic, your concierge can be a useful asset.
Concierge Services for Sellers in Real Estate
While a realtor will appraise your home’s value and market and sell it, you may be on your own when it comes to making judgments about repairs or renovations to your property and finding trustworthy, dependable, and reasonable contractors to perform the job. A real estate concierge, on the other hand, will have access to a vast network of contacts as well as the legwork of vetting and obtaining quotations as well as scheduling work schedules with repairmen, contractors, painters, and cleaners.
A pre-inspection of your home is one of the most significant things a concierge can do. This inspection alerts the seller to any needed repairs and ensures that there are no unexpected, costly surprises during the buyer’s inspection. Having a real estate concierge handle the follow-up that an inspection may necessitate relieves the homeowner of the load, resulting in a more confident, prepared seller and a property that is more likely to attract a greater offer.
Buyer’s Concierge Service in Real Estate
Competent buyer agents are familiar with many people in the community they represent and may provide information to purchasers about the characteristics of different homes, such as the kind and age of house systems, property taxes, HOA fees, and the financial state of Homeowners’ Associations. A real estate concierge goes above and beyond to link buyers with a pre-screened list of service providers who can help them prepare their houses for move-in and beyond.
A real estate concierge can assist homebuyers in navigating builder alternatives or furnishing or remodeling the property to the buyer’s personal taste or needs, whether they are buying new construction or a resale home. Contact us for more information now.