Singapore (PRWEB) February 27, 2009
Selling, buying or renting a property, only searching for "the one", takes weeks and months. In fact, over 88 percent of people recently surveyed felt finding the "suitable" party or place is a huge task and needs a tinge of luck (in most cases, luck is the main element), may it be for real estate agencies, the agents or the individuals.
Simply because all the information and leads are scattered all over, there is no single unified listing for the world where anyone could just run their finger, spend time selecting and not searching. Presently, finding the right listing is already a big task, and then, finding what they really want in that listing is another task, making it to be like finding a small pin in a huge haystack!
The "Real Global Book" Technology
Egreb.Com rolled out the world's first-of-its-kind solution which is made to address the industry's pressing need and to benefit the world's community. Understanding the situation, they took up the challenge to help all the parties involved, and after two years of research and development, they came up with the "cleverly & meticulously designed" solution.
Egreb.Com is the first and only book that could "walk one to any street anywhere in the world". Senior Real Estate Consultant, Mr. William Sarkies, one of the fast growing number of users, said, "This is truly an initiative, especially at this point of 'confusing time', their effort will certainly help me and my clients. I have not seen one like this before, this should get the information to go round the globe freely and benefit all those who are in need."
Simple but Essential Tips for Keeping One's Cool
When one needs to commit to a decision over the property, he will certainly be in a form of pressure (especially, when he is uncertain, and asking if he has actually looked at all options). With such pressure, will he be in the best frame of mind to make the best decision?
Before starting anything, write down: why, what, where, and how much is affordable. Remember, not what friends have. Select and consult a few professional agents, but as a general rule, not more than three, don't get confused.
Get to know him, his services, track records and fees. He should show that he is resourceful and capable and will be able to provide all the services. Now ask, "Will he be best satisfying the interest?" Once comfortable with him, feel free, the more one shares, the more he will understand one's wants, but know the limits.
One can consider himself to be very lucky, if he could find the "suitable" party or place without making any form of comprise at all. When it comes to compromises, accept them only if it's small, better, if friends will hardly notice.
Remember, it takes only minutes to commit, but one has to live with that commitment for years. One needs a home not a house! "If only I would have …?" is an expensive feeling.
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