Smart work is better than Hard work. The adage has proved right at least in the 21st century, whereby apps and computers are doing most of the human tasks. So property shouldn’t remain aloof from it. With smart use of technology, you can sell your property on the go.
Preparing the groundwork
A good property app not only lets you list property but also helps you with good data tools, for instance, average prices etc. These tools in a way help a user to get the right property sell. For example, MagicBricks, one of the very popular property apps, has a complete analysis of average price, etc. on their portal. As a result, you know how to put up a rational price.
Listing the property
Once you have prepared the groundwork, download a good property app, and then set up a listing. Usually, apps explicitly tell you how you can go about doing that. You would first need to take pictures and supply as much information as you can about the property. The key advantage that property apps get you in terms of property sell is that they can find you interested party nearby using smart GPS integration.
Zeroing down on the perspective buyers
This is one of most tedious tasks, however, apps have made it easy. Few years back, for every property listing, a user would get numerous calls, and most of them would be highly irrelevant. All that has changed with apps focusing on relevance more than ever before. After all, when you search for something on Google, you may get billions of result, but you may probably not go beyond the third page – in most cases, beyond the first page.
That’s why relevancy is so important. Set up a meeting if needed, and see what are they willing to shell out and if they accept all your terms or how many amendments they way. People tend to think that higher quote is better, but that isn’t always the case. As a high quote with unreasonable conditions can really become a difficult choice to opt for.
Concluding The Property Sale
Once you have shortlisted the right buyer, it’s time to do paperwork. Normally, you can check out portals of established property apps like from the one we mentioned above (MagicBricks). These portals have a lot of informative content about how you can conclude the sale post shortlisting, and so on. Once you are paid, and the transfer is done. You are all set.
Finishing off the Listing
Once you are done, you really wouldn’t want annoying phone calls, so how do you resolve it? Well, it is simple, just go to your listing and mark it as sold! Pretty much like how you would take out a “To Sell” placard from your garden once your sale is completed. And then, you might also want to drop in an email or feedback to the developers for helping you – Only if you have enough time to do so.