Frequently Asked Questions

Question about selling

Yes, you should click on listing and follow the steps

We have a flexible pay package as we charge an infinitesimal amount after 3 months of free listing.

0-3 months-Free

Thereafter, 1 Month-20 USD

                     3 Months- 30 USD

                      6 Months- 40 USD

                       12 Months- 50 USD

This fee is negotiable but we have kept this rate too low for our prospective and sometimes capped at 3% minimum

Just to reiterate that we have our communities at hearts and enabling you to complete your house is our priority

We value much working with like minded people who are poised in disrupting the real estate value chain across the globe. All you need to do is to address your needs through email.

You should be looking forward to compile the following documents; Land size, Council Permit, location, Land Certificate, Deed of Conveyance, Sales Documentations, Amount and Commission offerings

Many first-time home buyers believe the physical characteristics of a house will lead to increased property value. But in reality, a property’s physical structure tends to depreciate over time, while the land it sits on typically appreciates in value.

An older home may be just as valuable as a new home if these features are up to date and concern for maintenance costs is minimal. The quality of initial construction also affects value. Some would argue, due to increased regulation of building codes, that new homes are built better than older homes

A real estate broker or realtor is a person who represents sellers or buyers of real estate or real property. While a broker may work independently, an agent usually works under a licensed broker to represent clients

Mortgage underwriting happens when a lender checks your eligibility for a loan by verifying your credit history, income, assets, and liabilities. It is after this process that your loan can be approved. This process takes place after you have made the down payment for the house you want to purchase. It is a way for lenders to determine the risk associated with giving you a loan.

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Question about renting

Outside of rent, the security deposit is another big expense you’ll need to plan for. The amount required for a security deposit varies. A security deposit is usually anywhere between one to three month’s rent. First and last month’s rent is the most common deposit.

If an apartment building is looking to get a tenant in quickly, they may offer discounted or waived security deposits as a form of move-in special. When apartment hunting on Apartment List, look for the red rent special alert to find these types of offers!

The Parking situation could be a dealbreaker for a ton of people. If you have a car and live in a bustling neighborhood, parking will be a challenge. If that highrise you’ve been eyeballing doesn’t have a parking garage, you might be doing circles around the building looking for street parking.

Find out if the new apartment comes with parking and what the cost is. Parking could be included in the rent but is usually an additional cost. Depending on where you live, there may be options for covered parking spots, which are typically more expensive than a non-covered spot. Also, look for apartments with secured, gated garages and assigned spots. This will save you a lot of headaches in the long run.

If there is no parking lot available, check out the street parking and scan nearby areas for parking garages that you can use.

You have found an apartment that matches everything you’re looking for. Now what?

You’ll want to ask about the application process and how to apply. Keep in mind, the apartment you love may not be available the next day, so you’ll want to strike fast! Contact any of the team members at NASDEL homes and properties LTD.

Before you apply, ask if there are any income or credit requirements for tenants. Landlords will often only consider applicants who have a gross monthly income that’s 3x the monthly rent. When applying, you’ll need to provide proof of income as well.

Your credit score also plays a role in your apartment application. Typically, the minimum credit score for apartment applicants is 650, but it can vary. A credit check is typically a part of the application process, so be sure to ask.

A 12-month lease is standard. When you are apartment hunting online, the displayed rent price is usually related to a typical year lease. However, other lease options are available.

Short-term leases are leases less than 12-months, like a 6-month or 9-month lease. These typically come in at a higher monthly rent price, but offer flexibility. Short-term leases are great if you are moving to a new city and still discovering the area. Month-to-month leases offer the most flexibility but come in at the highest price point.

Determine what lease length is best for you, and ask about your options

Want to load your new home up with your favorite wall art, or paint the walls to something more your style? You’re going to have to go through your landlord first. If you are the kind of person who wants to add a personal touch to your apartment, check and see what’s allowed before signing the lease.

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