Chas Everitt Int offering “zero percent” prizes

Chas Everitt International is celebrating its 25th birthday by offering totally commission-free transactions that are up for grabs in the company’s “Zero Percent” campaign, according to a media release.

The offer runs until the end of November, and means that any home seller who gives Chas Everitt International a 90-day sole mandate or mandate renewal between now and then stands a chance to win a “Zero Percent ” transaction. “In other words, they will not be charged any commission when we sell their property, or will have their commission refunded if they have already paid it by the time we do the prize draw.”

The release says the group will be giving away 25 Zero Percent prizes to clients around the country. “And while the specific value of commissions obviously depends on the sale price of the property, every winner will have had the same benefit in terms of the hours of professional time we put into every sale, as well as the marketing and technological techniques we are able to bring to the transaction after our 25 years in home seller clients.
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