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FAQs

FAQs

How do I contact a Real Estate Agent for a property I have seen?

While viewing your property of interest on the site, simply use the contact form on the right hand side of the listing to send a message to the advertising Real Estate Agent, or to get their email or telephone number.

How do I list my property for sale or rent?

Roomfinder237 provides a platform for registered Real Estate Agents and Developers to market properties online. Kindly contact a reliable Real Estate Agent to represent you. You can find a list of verified Real Estate Agents already registered with RoomFinder237 here.

If you would like to use a Real Estate Agent who isn’t registered with RoomFinder237, please ask them to get in touch with us and register.

Can I have a room mate?

Yes! Infact statistics show that  out of every 20 student, 11 need someone to share a room with. This is usually  to share the cost of rents but often times there are students who find it comfortable having a room mate around. You should note that when two people share a room the rent is different. If you want to have a room mate you have to indicate prior to booking your room to avoid going again hostel standards. Contact support for in-depth questions.

Do I need to book hostels in advance?

  

What is the best hostel booking site?

The best hostel booking site is a fairly debated topic and seems to be quite subjective – meaning everyone has their personal favorite and tends to stick to one or two hostel booking services. But based on customer satisfaction and top reviews, RoomFinder237 has stood out in the face of the real estate market

How do I keep my things safe in a hostel?

 

 

How do you choose the right hostel?

   But check out for the facilities and the features especially. Contact our professional agents that will give you the best tips and recommendations

Can anyone stay in a hostel?

  

 

What is the difference between a real estate agent and a real estate broker?

Most states require real estate sales professionals to be licensed by the state, so that they can control education and experience requirements and have a central authority to resolve consumer problems.

The terminology used to identify real estate professionals varies a little from state to state. Brokers are generally required to have more education and experience than real estate salespersons or agents.

The person you normally deal with is a real estate agent or salesperson. The salesperson is licensed by the state, but must work for a broker. All listings are placed in the broker’s name, not the salesperson’s.

A broker can deal directly with home buyers and sellers, or can have a staff of salespersons or agents working for him or her.

Why should I use a real estate salesperson?

A real estate salesperson is more than just a “sales person.” They act on your behalf as your agent, providing you with advice and guidance and doing a job – helping you buy or sell a home. While it is true they get paid for what they do, so do other professions that provide advice, guidance, and have a service to sell –such as Certified Public Accountants and Attorneys

The Internet has opened up a world of information that wasn’t previously available to homebuyers and seller. The data on listings available for sale is almost current – but not quite. There are times when you need the most current information about what has sold or is for sale, and the only way to get that is with an agent.

If you’re selling a home, you gain access to the most buyers by being listed in the Multiple Listing Service. Only a licensed real estate agent who is a member of your local MLS can get you listed there – which then gets you automatically listed on some of the major real estate web sites. If you’re buying or selling a home, the MLS is your agent’s best tool.

However, the role of an agent has changed in the last couple of years. In the past, agents were the only way home buyers and sellers could access information. Now agents are evolving. Because today’s home buyers and sellers are so much better informed than in the past, expertise and ability are becoming more important.

The real estate agent is becoming more of a “guide” than a “salesperson” — your personal representative in buying or selling a home.

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