3 Answers

Choo Jia Ming
Dear Jack,

Let's meet up to address all your enquiries.

Most importantly is that you have a shelter over your head whatever decision you had made. It will be a no obligation discussion. And the discussion will be kept with utmost confidentiality and professionalism

I look forward to hear from you soon

Choo Jia Ming
B. Hons (EEE)
Savills Sales Director
HP: 9476 2732
Email: jiaming.choo10@gmail.com
Salesperson registration. no: R026370F
Geryl Lim
Dear Jack,

Where will you be putting up at upon selling your place? This is one of the most important aspect in planning of your sales as it can backfire in your asking price or buying price for the next unit or even rental.

Typically, an agent will not charge anything lower than 1.8% for selling but if there is a bundle of service included, it maybe negotiated and all commission must be agreeable by all parties. By appointing an agent to sell, you must first fork out the money for valuation report which should be absorbed by the buyer if they require to take up a housing loan. All advertising cost will be borne by the agent you have appointed.

Is there any further question you would like me to address? Give me a call or we can fix up an appointment for us to go through whatever concerns you may have.

Geryl LIM
Real Estate Consultant
CEA Reg R014783H
Email: lim.geryl@yahoo.com.sg
Catherine PANG
The S&P process needs careful and confident planning in financial, timeline and checklist especially HDB, CPF, bank and lawyer etc. Recently my client 'suddently' bought a dream condo while 'holding on' to a HDB flat. They needed the extra 'funds' for the condo. Hence, after a series of planning, discussion and deliberation, they finally decided to sell their HDB unit. Engage an agent if you expect a consistent S&P process. The stress relief effort is enormous and the commission is insignificant. Check this site: www.catherinepang.com