Step 1: The client has identified a property or properties they wish to acquire
The client has completed a search and has identified a property they wish to acquire; now it’s time for them to ensure that they have the financial capacity to proceed with making an offer to purchase it.
Step 2: The client has been approved for finance or is financially equipped to purchase property
The next step is to establish if the client is financially ‘purchase ready’.
Once this is confirmed, then it’s time to move forward with a strategy meeting with IN YOUR CORNER PROPERTY INVESTMENT.
Step 3: Strategy meeting with the Agent
This strategy meeting between the client and agent allows for a negotiated price plan to be formed.
First, IN YOUR CORNER PROPERTY INVESTMENT will determine the property’s true current value, potential investment-grade value and estimated purchase price which will be measured against the client’s identified purchase price range.
From there, a competitive price is determined to begin the negotiation additionally the end purchase limit we’re willing to go to will be identified (this will be in line with the client’s price criteria).
Step 4: Agreement signed and dated
When both parties are happy with the agreed terms and conditions, an Agreement Contract Form is signed. Let’s secure that property…
Step 5: Negotiation process begins
The Agent will now get to work securing the property for the client.
This could be a quick process or a longer drawn-out process—it really depends on the seller, the current state of the market, how many parties are bidding on the property, etc.
No matter the time it takes, our intent is to secure the property for you at the best possible price.
Step 6: Communication/feedback pre- and post-offer(s) being made
Depending on the client’s wishes, IN YOUR CORNER PROPERTY INVESTMENT will communicate with the client as much or as little as desired during the offer/negotiation phase.
The client’s price guide will already have been established, so the Agent will now negotiate the purchase of the property, striving to secure it for the best possible price.