If you own a stunning home, then we want to hear from you. Relocate Antigua is all about helping gorgeous properties find their next buyer, injecting our trademark transparency and incisive eye for a sale into the process. Deciding to work with us means entrusting your home to a team of skilled professionals with inside-out knowledge of the market; experienced property consultants who put your interests centre-stage and deliver custom-made service.
We are actively looking to expand our database of dream properties in Antigua and Barbuda, and sellers seeking tailored care from a dedicated team of professionals. Take the next step and register with us, request a call-back, or simply get in touch to talk through your options and discuss how we might work together to sell your property.
Selling a property is a notoriously long-winded process, which is why it’s important you start investigating your options early in the game. Reaching out to us is the first step in your journey – we’re here to get you valued, listed and sold, supporting you with custom advice and insights along the way.
Relocate Antigua starts by establishing the foundations of a working relationship designed for transparency and built to last. We’ll provide you with a free, honest and accurate market valuation for your property, before unlocking access to the many marketing tools we have to hand to ensure your property is given the best chance of a successful sale. Once you’ve taken on board our expert assessment of your property’s value, it’s up to you how you use it. But whatever asking price you choose to set, we’ll roll up our sleeves and get the ball rolling, mining our client database for market insights we can put to work, and spreading the word to get your property seen.
You can rely on us to work closely with you in fostering an atmosphere of complete transparency. Our property consultants won’t ever bend the truth or merely tell you what you want to hear. We’ll pour heart and soul into painting a truthful portrait of your property and its market value – and that’s a promise.
While we handle strategy, marketing and communication to elevate and showcase your property, there are a few things you can do behind the scenes to make sure your home is ready to capture hearts and minds.
First impressions are what it’s all about. It’s a good idea to do everything in your power to ensure potential buyers fall head over heels from the moment they first set eyes on the front door. Buyers are looking to experience that elusive, magical feeling of having arrived home.
Consider your property from all possible angles. Be your own worst critic, and take the time to ponder all the things you’ve found less than ideal over the time you spent living in your home. Pushing open the door and stepping into the hallway serves as a taster for buyers and is an instant mood-setter. These first few moments have the power to make or break a sale, which is why it’s so crucial to hit the right note.
Paperwork in the kitchen? Free weights in your bedroom? Return each space to its original intended purpose to create a sense of flow and balance within your home.
Kitchens are crucial when it comes to securing a sale – not only do they need to be in flawless condition, but you may like to consider updating your features to give yourself an edge.
Maximise your garden and any outdoor space, too.
To set buyers’ hearts ablaze, your property is going to need to be in immaculate condition. Carry out a deep clean, tidy up, examine spaces to make sure paintwork is flawless and free from any chips, and hone a light, neutral palette to open up the space. The goal is to create a relaxing atmosphere in which buyers can imagine themselves settling in – and it doesn’t have to cost a fortune. Get those creative juices flowing, and aim for a sense of quiet and purity.
So much of the magic a property weaves is in the atmosphere. There are a few easy tricks you might like to consider using to help you craft an exciting, alluring atmosphere inside your home.
Buyers want the opportunity to fill your home with their own belongings and routines in their mind’s eye. They need to be able to imagine themselves waking in the bedroom, making coffee in the kitchen, jumping in the shower and soaking up the views. With this in mind, you’ll need to strip away reminders of your own personal footprint, leaving buyers with a blank canvas onto which they can project their future dreams. Get rid of:
But don’t strip the property bare of any personality at all, or you run the risk of turning your home into a cold and faintly impersonal space. The idea is to create a homey, warm and welcoming atmosphere that leaves buyers with enough room to envisage how they might use your property.
Prospective buyers form an opinion on your property within the first thirty seconds. First impressions are so important, and a few simple, affordable minor tweaks can make all the difference. When in doubt, remember the triple-S rule: Sight, Sound and Smell. The goal is to sculpt a snapshot vignette of a lifestyle, rather than a place. You’re not just selling a property. You’re selling a little slice of the dream…
From taxes and legislation to rates, we’re on hand to equip you with all the finer details you need to know before you get started selling your property in Antigua. If you’d like further clarification on any of the points addressed below, get in touch – our team will be only too happy to fill you in.
The biggest costs involved in selling your property in Antigua are the stamp duty and appreciation tax, followed by your real estate agency’s commission. We take a quick look at the rates and taxes you can expect to see as a seller.
Estate, inheritance and capital gains taxes are non-existent in Antigua, making it an alluring destination for investors. Regular, frequent capital gains are considered business- or trade-related income and will be taxed in accordance with standard income tax rates.
Any legal fees incurred are handled by the buyer.
In Antigua, real estate agency commission is typically paid by the seller, and can range anywhere from 5 to 7%.
For more details, contact us.