Achetez votre futur bien immobilier en France avec Bel Air Homes, parce que notre commission est la plus basse, à seulement 2,5% TTC.
La commission d’autres agences varient entre 5% et 10%, avec une moyenne de 8%.
Il est donc dans votre intérêt de demander à l’agent immobilier AVANT de visiter le montant de la commission à leur régler, si vous décidez de procéder à l'achat du bien immobilier !
Si vous achetez votre bien immobilier en France avec Bel Air Homes, vous pourriez aussi économiser assez d'argent pour vous acheter une nouvelle voiture !
Lorsque le vendeur d'un bien reçoit 150 000 €, vous auriez à nous régler une commission de 2,5%, ce qui représente 3 750 € TTC.
Avec une agence à frais élevés demandant 8%, vous auriez à régler 12 000 € !!!
Les agences immobilières en France doivent indiquer clairement que les frais sont inclus et sont à la charge de l'acheteur (inclus charge acquéreur), puis indiquer le montant avant l'ajout des frais (hors honoraires).
C’est une des raisons pour lesquelles vous verrez le même bien proposé à différents prix.
Il est donc dans l'intérêt des acquéreurs de demander à l’agent immobilier le montant de la commission qu'il a ajouté AVANT de visiter.
It will always be a good idea to buy your property in France with Bel Air Homes, as our sales commission is the lowest at just 2.5 % including VAT.
Other agencies charge varying commission rates, typically between 5% and 10 %, with the average being around 8%.
It is therefore well worth asking an agent BEFORE viewing how much commission they will be asking you to pay them, should you proceed with the purchase of the property !
If you buy your property in France with Bel Air Homes, you could save enougth money to buy yourself a new car too !
Where the vendor of a property receives 150 000 euros, you would pay Bel Air Homes 2.5% commission which is 3 750 euros including VAT.
With a high commission agency charging 8%, you would need to pay 12 000 euros !!!
That is a difference of 8 250 euros.
Estate agencies in France must clearly state that the fees are included, and are payable by the buyer (inclus charge acquéreur), and then show the amount before the fees have been added (hors honoraires).
This is one reason why the same property may be seen advertised for sale at different asking prices.
It is therefore in the interest of all buyers to ask an estate agent how much commission they have added BEFORE viewing a property.
|Département||Prix / Price|
|Morbihan 56||Moins de / Less than 50 000 €||Vue / View|
|Morbihan 56||50 000 € +||Vue / View|
|Morbihan 56||100 000 € +||Vue / View|
|Morbihan 56||150 000 € +||Vue / View|
|Morbihan 56||200 000 € +||Vue / View|
|Morbihan 56||250 000 € +||Vue / View|
|Côtes d'Armor 22||Moins de / Less than 50 000 €||Vue / View|
|Côtes d'Armor 22||50 000 € +||Vue / View|
|Côtes d'Armor 22||100 000 € +||Vue / View|
|Côtes d'Armor 22||150 000 € +||Vue / View|
|Côtes d'Armor 22||200 000 € +||Vue / View|
|Côtes d'Armor 22||250 000 € +||Vue / View|
|Finistère 29||Moins de / Less than 100 000 €||Vue / View|
|Finistère 29||100 000 € +||Vue / View|
|Finistère 29||200 000 € +||Vue / View|
|Ille-et-Vilaine 35||50 000 € +||Vue / View|
From April 1st 2017, estate agents in France, including Bel Air Homes, are required to display more information concerning their commission and fees. Where the buyer pays the fees, which is by far the most common way that property is purchased, the sales publicity must display the asking price including the fees, the percentage of fees payable including VAT (honoraires), clearly state that the fees are included, and are payable by the buyer (inclus charge acquéreur), and then show the amount before the fees have been added (hors honoraires). Where the vendor is paying the agency fees, estate agents are required to display the asking price, and clearly state that the fees are payable by the vendor (inclus charge vendeur).
The notaire makes the payment to the estate agency for these fees from the proceeds of the sale, once the acte de vente has been signed.
Bel Air Homes has a very low rate of commission of just 2.5% (minimum 2 500 euros), while some of the high commission estate agencies may charge as much as 10% commission, and have a much higher minimum.
Some of the high commission agencies are not displaying this information clearly, or indeed not at all, so it is well worth asking an agent BEFORE viewing how much commission they will be asking you to pay them, should you proceed with the purchase of the property.
Once an asking price has been agreed, vendors need to sign a 'mandat de vente sans exclusivité', which gives Bel Air Homes the right to market the property for sale.
This mandate in non-exclusive, because we do not ask for exclusivity when selling a property, as we believe that exclusivity only limits the exposure of a property to potential buyers.
At Bel Air Homes we do not use restrictive mandates either, which contain clauses limiting the rights of vendors to have their properties marketed wherever they choose, at an asking price before commission that they choose.
If a vendor chooses to sign an exclusive mandate with one estate agent, and then sells their property using another estate agent, the estate agent with the exclusive mandate will still be entitled to be paid an amount equal to their commission by the vendor. Vendors beware!
Our services are free to vendors, and we are only paid on results.
With a large advertising budget, and large overheads,
we are highly motivated to sell every property in our sales portfolio.
Should you wish Bel Air Homes to market your property for sale, the first step is to ask your local Bel Air Homes agent to visit the property to prepare a detailed description, and take a full range of photos.
Once we have all of the relevant information, and we have carried out some research, it is possible to suggest a reasonable asking price for marketing purposes, based upon the asking prices of similar properties for sale in similar locations.
Valuations are free for vendors considering marketing their properties with us.