Real estate advisory comes in many fashions, part of real
estate advisory is knowing when there is a good time to sell and buy. There are
certain conditions that regulate whether or not a good time. In California, it
is not generally related to the calendar or the time of year, it is much more
related to economic conditions and when there is a trend of people wanting to
buy. People generally want to buy when they feel safe and secure, knowing when
the future feels promising. When people are concerned about the future, they
are also concerned about their jobs and general economy. They are concerned
about the money they have accumulated and how they can preserve the money
before making an investment.
Another aspect of real estate advisory is preparing your
house to go on the market. Although the “as is” sale is very common and
generally yields good results, there are cases when making a few improvements
is a good idea and when it will yield a higher return. A good real estate advisor
will know what the good improvements are, what the cost will be, and what the
rate of return will be. Check with your real estate advisor before making any
improvements to your home, specifically if you are thinking of selling sometime
in the next year.
Real estate advisory is about providing contacts and
resources. Although we do not give tax and legal advice, a good real estate
advisor is connected and can provide you with the proper resources to give you
the best possible answer.
Real estate advisory is also about confidentiality. A good real estate advisor knows how to keep the information between the two of you and not let it leak out. Confidentiality is the upmost of trusted advisors, not only in real estate but every capacity. Real estate advisory is different from real estate representation. A real estate advisor earns this title from years of experience and from an unblemished track record supported by many testimonials.