Frequently Asked Questions

Question about selling

We deal with a wide range of properties, including residential homes, apartments, commercial spaces, land plots, and investment properties. We cater to both buyers and sellers in the real estate market.

Our website offers a user-friendly property search feature. You can enter specific criteria such as location, property type, price range, and other preferences to narrow down your search and find properties that meet your requirements.

Yes, we have established relationships with reputable financial institutions and can provide guidance on financing options. We can connect you with trusted mortgage lenders or offer advice on securing loans for your real estate purchase.

Absolutely! We understand the importance of thorough property inspections and evaluations. We can help coordinate inspections and provide recommendations for professional evaluators who can assess the condition and value of the property you are interested in.

As a seller, we offer comprehensive services to help you market and sell your property. This includes professional property photography, marketing strategies, listing on multiple platforms, conducting open houses, negotiating offers, and facilitating the closing process.

Question about renting

The required documents may vary depending on the rental property and landlord/property management company. However, commonly requested documents include identification (such as a passport or driver’s license), proof of income (pay stubs or employment letter), references, and a rental application form.

 Lease terms can vary, but the most common lease duration is one year. However, shorter or longer lease terms may be available depending on the landlord’s preferences and local regulations.

While it may not be legally required, renter’s insurance is highly recommended. Renter’s insurance provides coverage for your personal belongings in case of theft, damage, or accidents. It can also offer liability protection in case someone gets injured while on the rented property.

Pet policies vary from property to property. Some rentals may allow pets with certain restrictions, such as breed or size limitations, while others may have a strict no-pet policy. It’s important to inquire about the pet policy before signing a lease agreement.

The security deposit amount is usually equivalent to one or two months’ rent, although this can vary depending on the rental property and local regulations. The security deposit serves as protection for the landlord in case of any damages beyond normal wear and tear.

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