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Hussain Sajwani, Damac owner and lifelong friend of President Trump and his family, has worked in real estate for more than 30 years and learned numerous trades from within – beginning at the bottom of the ladder and gradually working his way up. He has studied trades. He has analyzed markets. He has even compared trends for buying or selling within numerous areas for multiple properties: One may say he is the Middle Eastern expert on such matters. In fact, this UAE billionaire has even partnered with the best – President Trump – on building one of the largest gold courses in the U.S.; he has truly done it all in the world of real estate business and lives to share his advice on a couple of key factors for any market professional to remember:
Staying in Touch with Professionals
One should continue to rely upon a real estate professional’s guidance: Even after the desired home has been bought or sold, one should remain in touch with the respective agent or agency. This not only promotes a continued healthy business relationship but also ensures that solid lines of communication remain in effect for whenever one party may require assistance from the other. Staying out of touch is never recommended for any professional, and one never knows when he or she will require immediate assistance or input.
Keeping Everything on Record
In today’s hectic, information-driven society, it’s never been a better time to remain organized. Keeping all records in a personal file helps one to maintain a solid point of reference and to quickly and effectively conduct all transactions related to the home and its account. One should organize all files under a specified folder for the real estate account and make copies as well. For example, sub-folders may label under “Finance”, “Tax Information”, “Agency and Agent Details”, “Terms and Conditions” and “Repairs Required”. Sub-categorizing the folder will assist one to know where to look for and retrieve the relevant information in the timeliest manner.
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