NVM-purchasing-agent at a fixed fee of €1.950,- tax included.
- The biggest in The Netherlands with over 5.850 clients. The local NVM purchasing agent will view the property together with you.
- Knowledgeable and professional guidance throughout the entire purchasing process.
- We save time, money and worries for you.
- Our costs are able to be co-financed in almost every occassion.
Now is the time for a NVM-Purchasing agent!
You don’t go out to buy properties on a daily basis. It’s one of the most precious purchases in your life. The sales agent does not represent your interests, but the sellers’ interest. That’s why we advise you to get your very own NVM-purchasing agent that only cares about what your interests are. You get the advantage to work with and use the experience and expertise of one of the NVM registered purchasing agents. A purchasing agent will prevent you from making mistakes and will help you realise the home you have been dreaming of.
Buy your new property with the assurance that everything is taken care off in a proper way at the most competitive price!
Quality, service and professionalism
We only work with NVM registered real estate agents who are certified by the ‘Stichting VastgoedCert’. This way you are ensured of a perfect service provision. With confidence you can rely on a purchasing agent that is known for his expertise and professionalism.
We guide you through the entire purchasing process from the second viewing to the exchanging of the keys with the notary. Even possible aftercare is included with the price!
Advantages of aankoop-makelaar.nl
- A lower purchasing price than you could ever realise yourself.
- Purchasing at the best purchasing price and the best purchasing conditions.
- You will get a transparent insight in the realistic marketvalue of your property
- You will get a transparent insight in important information about the property. For example (hidden) defects or flaws, easements, structural conditions etc.
- Purchasing with more certainty through experienced purchasing guidance.
- Timesaving by professional handling of all types of cases.
- Representation of solely your interests.
Course of action
Your NVM-purchasing agent guides you through the entire purchasing process from the second viewing to the exchanging of the keys with the notary. Even possible aftercare is included with the price!
Below, you can see our course of action in steps. Click on the steps for more information.
Step 1: Second viewing
When you have found the property you want and have plans to go over to buy the property, that is when you contact your personal purchasing agent.
In consultation with you, the purchasing agent and the selling party, a second viewing will be arranged.
The purchasing agent joins you on your second viewing. During this viewing the purchasing agent will provide you with information about the state of the property, (hidden) flaws and the fair worth of the property.
Step 2: Negotiation
Your NVM-purchasing agent knows like no other what to take into account when negotiating. This way you will get your desired property for the lowest possible price at the best conditions.
The NVM-Purchasing agent will take you through the strategy of the negotiation. During the entire negotiation process, you will, ofcourse, be held up to date. The NVM-purchasing agent will inform you about the progress of the negotiation so you always know how the negotiation process is developing.
When there has been an (nuncupative) agreement on the purchase, the purchasing agent (in case this, in agreement, seems necessary.) will set up a structural research of the condition the property is in. This structural research is not included in the cost and will be charged to you seperately.
During the negotiations the purchasing agent will always take into account that you are able to disband the purchase agreement in case you are not able to find a fitting financial funding or when the structural research shows there are defects that are not considered acceptable to you as a buyer.
Step 3: Purchase agreement
When the property is bought, a written purchase agreement will be made. All (nuncupative) made agreements will be fixed in this purchase agreement.
This could include:
- The price
- Date of handover
- The conditions for disbanding
- The three days reflection period
- The possible disbanding conditions for the structural research
- Bank security
It’s very important to write down these conditions for the written purchase agreement in a proper way. Your purchasing agent will watch over this process and, if necessary, corrects the statements.
The purchasing agent will review and explain this written purchase agreement with you before signing.
Step 4: Financing
Not only will you be guided throughout the entire process of the purchase, there is also the opportunity to get free advice about your mortgage by an independent and licensed mortgage counselor. Our independent and licensed mortgage councelor can make a competitive proposition. This way you’ll kill two birds with one stone!
You can reach us for a made to measures mortgage advice.
088 – 200 7 200.
Step 5: Valuation
Your very own purchasing agent is commited to you as an advisor for the purchase of your new property. He is therefore uncertified to make a valuation of the property for the funding application. This appraisal report will have to be made by an independent real estate agent/appraiser.
Your purchasing agent will know like no other how to advice you about a good independent real estate agent/appraiser who will set up an appraisel report for a favorable price.
The costs for an appraisel report are not included in the costs and will be charged to you seperately.
Step 6: Notary
The fees for a notary are not fixed. Thus, it is important that you choose a local notary who delivers excellent quality at a competitive fee.
Your purchasing agent can advise you about a good and cheap, local notary. This can save you a lot of money.
Step 7: Inspection
Your purchasing agent will arrange a meeting with you and the selling party before the signing of the handover act. This meeting will envolve a last viewing of the property where the purchasing agent will inspect if the property is being delivered as agreed.
Your purchasing agent knows exactly what to look out for during the handover of the property and will assist you with counsel and expertise.
Step 8: Notarial handover
The signing of the notarial act of delivery will happen right after the last inspection of the property. Your purchasing agent will review the notarial act of delivery together with the note of payment. If necessary, your agent will adjust these in agreement with you. The notarial act of delivery will be signed together with you, your purchasing agent, the notary and the selling party. After signing of the notarial act of delivery, you will receive the keys to your new property.