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    • Maggie841
    • By Maggie841 13th Apr 18, 11:16 AM
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    Online estate agents
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    Online estate agents 13th Apr 18 at 11:16 AM
    What are people's experience with online estate agents? I see they charge less than a grand. Are they as good as normal estate agents?
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    • Surrey_EA
    • By Surrey_EA 13th Apr 18, 11:20 AM
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    There are a number of different threads that discuss this subject.

    In many cases it's a pay upfront listing service, without many of the services offered by traditional EAs. However, there a number of firms offering their services, all with different package options. You need to decide ho much work you are prepared to do, and how much assistance you will require.
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    What are people's experience with online estate agents? I see they charge less than a grand. Are they as good as normal estate agents?
    Originally posted by Maggie841
    Asked and answered many times already in this forum.

    I encourage you to search previous threads.
    • webcrest043
    • By webcrest043 13th Apr 18, 1:50 PM
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    Its depend on your knowledge and experience about real estate. if you are a first timer and know nothing about the buying process, then i recommended you to help from real state agent. They will guide u as a contractor.
    • JoJo1978
    • By JoJo1978 13th Apr 18, 2:15 PM
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    Our experience is that when things have gone wrong (frequently on our last escapade) having estate agents in the chain with a physical presence was invaluable. Right up to completion day they were on the phone chivvying along banks and solicitors, and our vendors agent also dealt wonderfully with a tearful me who had travelled up alone to our new home town to meet our removals guys while our transaction was hanging in the balance for a few hours.
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