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Bergen county is known for its beautiful landscape and bustling city life. If you're looking to sell your home in Bergen, it's important to find the right real estate agent to help you get the best price for your property. In this blog post, we'll introduce you to some of the best real estate agents in Bergen so that you can start shopping around for the right one. Keep reading to learn more!
For your information: My name is Joey. I am 100% Dutch, with an interest in the real estate market.
My English is not flawless. So if you come across really big mistakes that you can't ignore, please let me know (email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
On Mijn Verkoopmakelaar we take an extra effort to inform expats who want to sell their house in The Netherlands. The reason for this is that expats can be victims of unfair and greedy agents. To prevent that expats are being exploited, we help expats with articles and information about agents.
But enough about me, let's talk about estate agents.
Compare real estate agents in Bergen:
Retrieve quotes and see which agents will do the best job of selling your home, based on past performance.
Fill in your postal code and house number. The agents in the area will look at your property. They will leave you a proposal with an estimated selling price and their fee.
For this article we focus solely on estate agents on the selling side of the transaction.
Note: The involvement of an estate agent is not mandatory. There is no rule or regulation that prohibits you to sell a property yourself.
In almost 95% of the transactions a realtor is involved on the selling side of the transaction. Sellers in the Netherlands contract an estate agent, because it brings:
The most important reason that people involve an estate agent, is 'Funda.nl'. It is the most popular housing website, but only estate agents can upload a house to the website. You as an individual can not.
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This list is based on reviews, transaction numbers, performance and our own experiences.
Here under you can find the best estate agent for you that charges you local tarifs instead of exploitative expats fees.
In addtition to the quotes of estate agents, we show you their actual performance on past transactions.
Here is an example of what you can expect to receive:
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Bergen is a village and township in the north of The Netherlands. The village is located in the Dutch province Noord-Holland. Bergen is known for the artists that came to this village around the 20th century. There is a beautiful coastline close to Bergen, called 'Bergen aan Zee'. Nearby Bergen there is a reserve, the Noordholland Duinsreservaat, a beautiful reserve full of the widest sand dunes of The Netherlands.
The township Bergen has around 30.000 residents and the village it self approximately 12.000 residents. The place has a calm and cosy feeling to it. Bergen is close to the city Alkmaar and Amsterdam. Bergen is a fancy village with a lot of villa's. The majority of the residents are 50 years or older.
The village Bergen is a calm village with celebrities and relatively older people living in the village. You can go to the beach, watch the architecture and look at art of the famous artists that lived here.
A quick view of Bergen:
You can find the following neighbourhoods in Bergen: Bergen-Centrum,Van Reenen, Boschrand, Negen-Nessen, Landweg, Oudtburgh, De Rekere, Conincx, Beekhove, Oldehove, Geest Westdorp, Elkshove, Saenegheest, Tuin-en Oostdorp, Boendermaker and Kruidenbuurt.
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In Bergen there are 36 agents active. Not all these estate agents are actually located in Bergen. Some agents work from neighbouring cities, like The Hague.
On average estate agents in The Netherlands take a 1,1% commission for selling your house or apartment. In The Netherlands that fee is on average EUR 4.185 (VAT included). Prices differ per broker and property.
In the Netherlands, as a seller, you only bare the costs of your selling agent. The buyer pays for his buying agent and the buyer pays the notary for the settlement of the transfer of ownership.