The guide to legitimate buyers will be sent out to all of PropertyRecordLookup.com's existing and new customers, posted on the members' area of the site, and released through social median channels.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) November 07, 2013
PropertyRecordLookup.com is launching a guide that will provide tips and tricks on how to make sure someone has a legitimate interest in buying property and not wasting an owner's time, the company said yesterday.
“Dealing with potential buyers can be a very time consuming and frustrating process,” a PropertyRecordLookup.com spokesman said. “It's even worse if an owner spends weeks talking to a buyer who ends up not being really interested in the property. The goal of this guide is to give people the red flags about what type of people are not legitimate.”
There are many reasons why people with no legitimate intent to purchase a property pretend they want to buy, he said.
“Some people just like attention, and others know that a property is out of their price range but just want to fantasize about their dream house,” the PropertyRecordLookup.com spokesman said. “People shouldn't do that, but it's a legitimate thing that happens in the real estate world.”
The guide to legitimate buyers will be sent out to all of PropertyRecordLookup.com's existing and new customers, posted on the members' area of the site, and released through social media channels, he said.
“We have a legitimate interest in helping out both home sellers and home buyers, and believe this guide is in everyone's best interest,” he said. “When sellers can blow off buyers who are not legitimate, they can focus more energy and time on legitimate buyers.”
Customer service website PropertyRecordLookup.com was created to serve the needs of public records clients across North America. With thousands of requests processed each day, PropertyRecordLookup.com continues to grow as a reputable customer service resource. Visit PropertyRecordLookup.com to chat with a live representative, call 1-866-748-9526, or email manager(at)PropertyRecordLookup(dot)com with any questions or concerns.