Save thousands in commission when you sell your property with Sell4LessSpain.com

By Euro Weekly News Friday, 06 November 2015 13:55 0
MARKETING SERVICE: Millions can view your property MARKETING SERVICE: Millions can view your property

Sell4LessSpain.com is a property marketing service.

They advertise your property on the biggest and busiest online property portals including Kyero, Zoopla Overseas, Prime Location, Homes Overseas, HUISenAABOD.nl, ThinkSpain, Wegodoit and many more. With Sell4LessSpain.com your property is available to millions of buyers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Buyers can search for your property any time rather than waiting for an estate agency to open, there’s no siesta time with Sell4LessSpain.com! With Sell4LessSpain.com there is no commission to pay - All the money you achieve from the sale of your property is yours.

To get started go to www.sell4lessspain.com or download the Sell4lessspain App for Apple or Android. Select the service you want, make a secure payment and enter your property details. It’s that simple. The team at Sell4LessSpain then build your advert for you to approve and once agreed you are live. Sellers have the option to pay on a monthly basis, or pay for a fixed term.

There is a Standard or Premium service. The Premium service provides a Premium display (bigger) advert on Zoopla, Primelocation and Homes Overseas and a Feature Advert on Sell4Less Spain.com. Prices start at just €69 per month for the standard service. All information and pricing is available on the website.

It works – Sell4LessSpain has introduced buyers resulting in sales of properties from €67,000 to €1.6 million. In many cases these properties were on the market with traditional agents for years! What are you waiting for? Visit www.Sell4LessSpain.com or call 951 402 445 to get started!

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