A new video has been launched by no commission estate agent and fixed fee letting agent, I Am The Agent. The animated short was designed by the firm to alert landlords and vendors to just how easy it is to sell a house or rent a property online without paying large agent fees to do so.
Those with a private property to rent can watch the 1 minute film online for a comprehensive introduction into all of the services and help provided by I Am The Agent. In just 60 seconds the video goes through the process of posting a rental property advertisement, screening tenants, arranging viewings, getting a lease agreement in place and the collection of the first month’s rental payment.
A similarly detailed explanation is provided in the 1 minute film for those with a property to sell. The short includes an overview of how I Am The Agent can help to feature a property on Rightmove, PrimeLocation and all other leading online portals. It goes on to explain that the no commission estate agency is with the vendor every step of the way, providing assistance with valuations, listings and arranging viewings.
Launched earlier this year, I Am The Agent has dedicated rental and sales teams. With fixed fee services for landlords and vendors, it is the cost-effective alternative to traditional letting agents and real estate agents, who will take a cut of the monthly rental payment or claim an average of 6% of the value of the sale in commission charges. With property advertisements managed online and a strict ‘pay only for what you need’ policy, I Am The Agent’s online estate agency model works for both the tenant and the landlord or the buyer and the seller by keeping costs low for all concerned.
The video explains quickly and easily how simple it can be to find a new tenant or sell a property even in the midst of a recession, without breaking the bank to do so. To watch it online, visit http://www.iamtheagent.com
Tickets have been allocated, the management for Team GB Football team has been announced and the stadiums are almost complete, after many years of speculation about whether they'd be finished on time. The 2012 London Olympics is nearly upon us, with just months to go before the games come to the UK. Those of a sound business perspective will have already been analysing the ways in which they can profit from the droves of people who will be flooding into London over the next six months, with the prospect of renting out a private property for the duration of the event one of the easiest and most profitable avenues to explore.
I Am The Agent, one of Britain's foremost fixed fee letting agents, have developed a specialised service for those who are considering renting their home in London in time for the Olympic games. Many who live in London will find their lives disrupted while the games take place, and may be looking to live a little further away from the city for a few months, giving them excellent potential to rent a private property for the Olympics while they're gone. People from all over the world will be flocking to London and short-term rent prices in the capital are sure to reflect this; I Am The Agent can help with arranging a short-term rental solution for the period before, during and after Olympics take place.
For a fixed fee of just £69, I Am The Agent will market your property on prime property portals such as Rightmove and Globrix; statistically the first port-of-call for those looking to rent properties. The new landlord will find the I Am The Agent interface both easy and convenient to use, with 24/7 online access to listing information and freedom to change description and images as and when needed.
All enquiries are screened by the team at I Am The Agent and are also accessible via the dedicated client area, making it easy for the first time landlord to profit from their short term rental without the stress of dealing with complicated paperwork and the expense of using a traditional letting agency. Tenancy agreements can be drawn up if needed for a small additional fee and rental deposits can also be managed.
The timing of the Olympics and the income that will undoubtedly be earned from the rent could go towards an extended summer holiday away from the hustle and bustle of London. It is unlikely that we will ever see the Olympics in our country again in our lifetime so now is the time to start thinking about how to cash in on pre-Olympic fever.