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Sell/Rent Your Property


Do you wish to sell or lease your property? A qualified, competent real estate agent will help you navigate the myriad of decisions that arise when selling or leasing a home. An agent provides value to the homeowner in many ways: 


  • Pays for marketing and advertising costs.

  • Adds experience and expertise in all aspects of the sales or rental process including marketing, financing, negotiations and more.

  • Handles all showings.

  • Brings a network of known, trusted real estate professionals. If your agent doesn’t have the answer, he or she likely knows someone who does.

  • Always has your interest in mind so you have someone on your side.

  • Can handle and advise on all price and contract negotiations.

  • Provides you with all the possible options and opportunities without holding back.

  • Gives an unbiased, realistic view of your home and your options. Unlike buyers, sellers and prospective tenants, an agent has no emotional attachment to property.

  • Has the knowledge to help you ask the right questions.

  • Being a third party, potential buyers or tenants are more likely to tell your agent the truth about your home, even if it is unflattering. This objective viewpoint will help you make the necessary changes to get your home leased or sold.

  • Your time is valuable. A real estate agent allows you to spend your time how you want.


Please contact Ambika Scott at, 232-2387 or 735-2386 to discuss how Moongate Realty can best assist you with your real estate needs.

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