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Real estate agent in Schweinfurt since 1979

Your contact for high-quality real estate in Schweinfurt and the surrounding area.

These are the people behind MENTOR IMMOBILIEN

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Roland Metzger

Managing Partner

Matthias Metzger Mentor Real Estate Schweinfurt

Matthias Metzger

Managing Partner

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Jana Lizenberger

Real estate agent IHK

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Sale

Whether house, apartment or plot of land - if you want to sell a property in the Schweinfurt area, you are in good hands with MENTOR.

Letting

Would you like to rent out your house or apartment? We will find the right prospective tenants and guarantee you a careful selection of tenants.

Valuation

For over 40 years, we have been providing valuations and market value appraisals for houses, apartments, land and investment and rental properties based on our detailed knowledge of the market.

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Seit 1979 betreuen wir unseren Kunden als vertrauensvoller Ansprechpartner in allen Immobilienangelegenheiten ganz nahe bei unseren Kunden. Mit jahrzehntelanger Erfahrung als kleines Familienunternehmen wissen wir, dass es nicht nur um materielle, sondern auch auf ideelle Werte ankommt: Vertrauen, Integrität und Zuverlässigkeit. Gerne stehen wir auch Ihnen zur Seite!

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FAQ

When selling a property, there may be various costs that you should consider. These can vary depending on the specific circumstances, but here are some common costs that are incurred in many cases:

To sell your property, you will need an energy performance certificate, the cost of which can vary greatly depending on the property and the provider. Hiring a real estate agent usually includes a commission. The additional costs you will incur, such as notary and land registry costs, renovation and repair costs or any taxes, depend on the individual case. We will be happy to advise you individually on the costs that can or will be incurred in your case

"Deciding which measures make sense for your property should be based on careful consideration. Here are some considerations that can help you make the right decision:

 

Market analysis: First, you should understand the local real estate market. What features are most sought after by buyers in your area? This can help you prioritize renovations that will add the most value to your property.

Condition of the property: A thorough assessment of the condition of your property is crucial. Repairs that affect structural integrity or safety, such as roof repairs or updating the electrics, should be a priority.

Energy efficiency: Investments in energy efficiency, such as improved insulation, modern heating systems or window replacement, can not only increase living comfort, but also save costs in the long term and increase the attractiveness for buyers.

Cosmetic improvements: Simple cosmetic updates such as a fresh coat of paint, modernizing bathroom and kitchen fixtures or tending to the garden can significantly improve the curb appeal of your property.

Budget and ROI: Consider your budget and the expected return on investment (ROI). Not every renovation leads to a corresponding increase in value. It is important to choose measures that are within your budget and have a positive impact on the sales price or rentability.

Legal and construction requirements: Ensure that all planned measures comply with local building regulations and that any necessary permits are obtained.

Ultimately, the decision depends on your individual goals - whether you want to increase the sales value, increase rentability or simply improve your living comfort. Professional advice from a real estate expert or architect can help you make the best decisions for your specific situation."

The length of time it takes to sell a property can vary and is influenced by several factors. Here are some of the most important aspects that can influence the selling time:

 

Market conditions: The current real estate market plays a decisive role. In a seller's market, where demand is high, the sale can take place more quickly. In a buyer's market, it can take longer.

 

Pricing: Setting the right selling price is crucial. An inflated price can lead to a longer selling time, while a competitive price can speed up the sale.

 

Condition and attractiveness of the property: Houses that are in good condition and have attractive features generally sell more quickly.

 

Marketing strategy: Effective marketing, including professional photos, online listings and open house events, can shorten sales time.

 

On average, the sales process can take anywhere from a few weeks to several months. However, it is important to note that each case is unique. As your real estate agent, I will do everything I can to sell your property efficiently and at the best possible price. I will keep you regularly informed of progress and any relevant market changes and work with you to adjust the sales strategy if necessary.

Regular and transparent communication is key to a real estate transaction. Here are the measures we take to keep you informed about the current status of the sale of your property:

 

Regular updates: We will give you regular updates on the status of your property sale. This can be weekly or at another agreed frequency.

 

Personal meetings: If desired, we can arrange regular personal meetings to discuss progress and clarify any questions.

 

Email reports: After each viewing or significant development, we will send you a detailed email report containing feedback from potential buyers and relevant market information.

 

Telephone availability: You can reach us by telephone if you have any urgent questions or concerns.

 

Feedback after viewings: After viewings, we will provide you with feedback from prospective buyers so that you can get a feel for the market reaction to your property.

 

Our aim is to make the sales process as transparent and stress-free as possible. Regular and open communication is an essential part of this. If you have any special requests regarding communication, please let us know so that we can adapt to your needs

The value of your property is determined by a number of factors and it is our aim to provide you with an accurate and market-driven valuation. To determine the value of your property, we take the following aspects into account:

  1. Location: Location is one of the most important factors when evaluating a property. This includes proximity to schools, shopping, public transportation and other amenities, as well as the overall attractiveness and safety of the neighborhood.

  2. Size and layout: The size of your property, the number of rooms and the room layout play an important role in determining its value.

  3. Condition and features: The current condition of your property, including renovations, modernizations and special features, is also taken into account.

  4. Market conditions: The current real estate market has a significant impact on the value of your property. We analyze comparable sales in your area to see how similar properties are being valued and sold.

  5. Year of construction and building fabric: The age of your property and the building materials used are also important valuation factors.

  6. Energy efficiency: Energy efficiency features such as insulation, window quality and heating systems can influence the value.

In order to provide an accurate valuation, we carry out a thorough analysis that takes all these factors into account. In addition, we may recommend that a professional valuer is brought in to carry out a detailed valuation. Our aim is to provide you with a realistic and market-driven assessment that will help you make informed decisions about the sale of your property.

Whether a property sale is worthwhile in the current real estate market depends on various factors. We look at the current market conditions, your personal circumstances and goals, and the specific features of your property. Here are some of the considerations we take into account:

  1. Current market conditions: We analyze the current real estate market in your region. Factors such as supply and demand, the development of real estate prices and general economic conditions play an important role.

  2. Your financial situation: We take your financial goals and needs into account. If the proceeds from the sale will help you achieve your financial goals or improve your financial situation, the sale may make sense.

  3. Condition and location of your property: We assess the condition and location of your property. Properties in sought-after locations or those that are in good condition may be sold at a higher price.

  4. Personal circumstances: We take your personal circumstances into account, such as the need to relocate or changes in your life situation.

  5. Long-term prospects: We work with you to consider how the real estate market is likely to develop and whether it might make more sense to wait before selling.

  6. Tax considerations: We also consider tax aspects of the sale, as these may influence your decision.

To make an informed decision, we recommend a comprehensive consultation that takes all these factors into account. We are ready to guide you through this process and provide you with all the necessary information and analysis so that you can make a decision that best suits your needs and goals.

As real estate experts, we know that the notary contract is a central component of buying or selling real estate. There are several important aspects to consider when drawing up and signing a notarized contract:

  1. Thorough review: We recommend that you carefully review the draft notary contract. It is important that all details are correct and that your interests are adequately represented.

  2. Comprehensibility: We make sure that all contractual conditions are formulated clearly and comprehensibly. If there are any ambiguities or questions, we will clarify them before signing.

  3. Ownership structure: We ensure that the ownership structure is clearly regulated. This includes checking whether the property is free of encumbrances such as mortgages or easements, unless these are expressly assumed in the contract.

  4. Purchase price and payment terms: We check the details of the purchase price and payment modalities. This includes ensuring that the purchase price is clearly defined and that the payment due dates are specified.

  5. Handover date: We make sure that an exact handover date is set for the property. This also includes the regulation of any tenancies.

  6. Warranty and liability: We review the warranty and liability provisions. As a rule, the warranty is excluded when purchasing real estate, unless there are hidden defects.

  7. Notarization: We ensure that the contract is notarized, which is necessary for the legal validity of the real estate purchase.

  8. Adjustments and renegotiations: If necessary, we carry out adjustments or renegotiations before the contract is signed.

  9. Preparation for the notary appointment: We prepare you thoroughly for the notary appointment so that you know exactly what to expect and have all the necessary documents with you.

Through our expertise and attention to these details, we ensure that the notary contract protects your interests and that the process of buying or selling a property runs smoothly and transparently.

At MENTOR IMMOBILIEN, we specialize in accompanying the entire process of buying and selling a property. Once the notarized contract has been signed, there are several steps that typically follow:

  1. Notary sends copies of the contract: The notary provides both the buyer and the seller with copies of the notarized contract.

  2. Entry of a priority notice of conveyance: To protect the buyer, a priority notice of conveyance is usually entered in the land register. This serves to secure the buyer's claim to transfer of ownership.

  3. Fulfillment of the terms of the contract: Both parties must now fulfill the conditions set out in the contract. This usually includes the payment of the purchase price by the buyer and the provision of all necessary documents by the seller.

  4. Payment of the purchase price: The purchase price is paid in accordance with the conditions set out in the contract. The purchase price is often transferred to a notary's escrow account.

  5. Deletion of existing encumbrances: If there are encumbrances such as mortgages on the property, these will be deleted after receipt of the purchase price.

  6. Transfer of ownership: Once all conditions have been met and the purchase price has been paid in full, the transfer of ownership is completed in the land register. The buyer is entered as the new owner.

  7. Handover of the property: The actual handover of the property takes place. This usually involves handing over the keys and a joint inspection to document the condition of the property.

  8. Follow-up: We are also available to both the buyer and the seller for questions or support after the contract has been signed. This may include clarification of final details or assistance with the re-registration of utilities.

Our goal is to ensure a smooth and transparent process that protects the interests of both parties and guarantees the successful completion of the real estate purchase or sale.