What you should consider for the successful sale of your property in Munich
Land is particularly sought after in a highly competitive region like Munich. However, this does not mean that the sale is quasi "automatic". On the one hand, the sale of a property is often linked to strong emotions - for example, if a property is to be sold from a community of heirs or after a divorce. On the other hand, the sale of real estate in Munich is extremely complex and requires a high degree of expertise. Therefore, it is worthwhile to call on the support of an experienced estate agent.
When you sell your property in Munich with us at Isar Estate, you can count on our integrity as well as our expert knowledge as a local real estate agent. We value a transparent way of working, communication at eye level and reconcile your personal needs with the legally prescribed framework.
Preparatory phase of the land sale
Proper planning is the key to success. This guiding principle applies in particular if you want to sell a property in Munich and the surrounding area. The first thing we do, therefore, is to get to know your wishes exactly and get a comprehensive picture of your property.
Based on our findings, we develop a solid sales strategy that takes into account your needs as well as all essential factors of the property sale.
In a next step, we collect the documents you need for the sale of your property in Munich. If important documents are not available, we will take care of their procurement or preparation. In addition, we inform you in detail about the costs involved. We then carry out a comprehensive data evaluation. This is the basic prerequisite for a professional valuation of your land.
It is important to have clarity about which property fits on your plot and what area may be built on. The value of your property does not only depend on the known variables such as the square metre or the standard land value. There are many other factors that determine the value of the property. For example, the location, the layout of the plot, the building rights and the encumbrances in Section II of the land register play an important role in determining the value.
Incidentally, not only a price that is set too low, but also one that is set too high can have a negative effect on the sale of your property in Munich.