Do It Yourself or "D.I.Y." Carl Specter not only offer the traditional services of estate agents but we also offer the option for you to do it yourself as our new and innovative way to sell and let your own property. DIY Carl Specter allows you to list your property on the property market for an upfront fee starting from £100.00 for lettings and £699,00 for sales. We also offer you "a la carte" services to help you sell your home.
How does it work?
DIY Carl specter allows you to list your property on the property market for a nominal fee and offers you "a la carte" services to help you sell your home. That means you get as much or as little assistance as you require.
* MLS® Activation
Get your Home listed on the Multiple Listing Service (MLS®).
* Title Search
Your first Job as a DIY customer will be to provide your Agent with a Property Survey of your home or if it's a flat, any leasehold corporation documents that may be required for review.
* Room Measurements and Features
As a DIY Real Estate customer, your second job will be to assist the Agent in identifying these features. Nobody knows your home better than you!
* Market Evaluation
As the final step in the MLS Active package (our Basic Package) you will be given a Market Evaluation based on the real estate market in your neighborhood.
* Open House
Everyone's favorite selling tool is at your disposal. If you feel you need a little help showcasing your home, or you would just like the professional touch of a Real Estate Agent, then this feature is for you!
* Detailed MLS® Listing & Feature Sheets
This Package is for those who want to give their Listing the professional touch!
* Agent* Representation at Offer Presentations with follow-up
This could be the most valuable feature of all! One of the main reasons people are uncomfortable selling their homes the DIY way is they believe they'll have trouble negotiating on their own behalf when faced with an Offer presentation from another Agent or most importantly if they receive a Private Offer with no Buyer Agent* representation