We have adapted the doctor’s approach to the way we help you sell or buy a house... A Real Estate Helper focuses on listening to clients to learn about their goals for and problems with the transaction and then finding ways to help them address these.
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Melbourne, AU (PRWEB) January 03, 2013
This New Year, The Real Estate Helpers will be giving away 100 copies of Don’t Sign Anything!, the controversial tell-all book by Neil Jenman that exposes the many tricks and traps commonly used in the real estate industry. Buyers and sellers across Australia can get a copy of Don’t Sign Anything! by sending personal real estate stories along with contact information on The Real Estate Helpers’ website. The first 100 senders will receive the book without any cost plus the group will also be shouldering shipping fees.
According to The Real Estate Helpers founder Lloyd Jenman, many home sellers and buyers across Australia have had nightmarish personal experiences with real estate agents and collectively lost millions of dollars as a result. He hopes to tilt the real estate business in favour of the consumer, and believes that adequate information will help his group achieve this goal.
Mr Jenman asserts that distributing the book Don’t Sign Anything! is not meant to tarnish the reputation of real estate agents in the country, but is simply part of the group’s advocacy to protect consumers’ interests and promote honesty and fairness in an industry that has long been riddled with dubious agents and deceitful sales practices.
Besides enlightening the public about practices in this field of business, The Real Estate Helpers also offers services to home buyers and sellers who seek alternatives to the traditional but questionable methods used by real estate agents. Mr Jenman explains how The Real Estate Helpers differs from other agents:
“We have adapted the doctor’s approach to the way we help you sell or buy a house. A medical doctor’s approach consists of three steps: examine, diagnose and prescribe. A Real Estate Helper focuses on listening to clients to learn about their goals for and problems with the transaction and then finding ways to help them address these,” he explains.
Home owners who are interested in alternative methods of property selling can avail of The Real Estate Helpers services such as selling with a Real Estate Helper, HelpSell and Vendor Advocacy.
According to Mr Jenman, “Selling with a Real Estate Helper is ideal for individuals in the Melbourne or Sydney metro who are time-poor, security conscious, or just don’t feel comfortable showing buyers through their own homes.” Subscribers to this service will receive a no-cost feature listing on realestate.com.au, a personalised property promotional plan, services from specialist real estate photographers, and personal assistance from a “Jenman-trained” agent. Sellers can also try this service at no cost, since the group does not make use of lock-in contracts.
HelpSell is suited to those who want a more active role in the selling process. In this service, homeowners are tasked with showing their homes to buyers while a Real Estate Helper handles the rest. Those who still want to work with a local agent, on the other hand, can find a competent and trustworthy partner at no cost through The Real Estate Helpers’ Vendor Advocacy.
The group hopes that these services and the sharing of informative materials such as Neil Jenman’s book will help buyers and sellers find more satisfaction in their real estate transactions. For those who are interested in The Real Estate Helpers’ offers, check out http://therealestatehelpers.com.au.