Since you landed on this website, you are probably looking at buying or leasing property in Malta – then you have come to the right place. My recommendation to you would be to find a good real estate agent in Malta, who can help you find the right property for you around the Maltese islands. Here are some things that you need to know and bear in mind so in order to make your property search more effective and fruitful.
Ideally you should start off by contacting a few real estate professionals. You can do so through a simple web search for an agent, or you can just contact a real estate company and talk to one of their many agents. Either way, it’s important that you find someone you get along with and a who understands your requirements and the type of property you are actually after. You don’t want to start working on finding a home with someone you dislike or who does not understand your needs, as this will make the process seem more time consuming and you may end up looking at many properties which are not what you’re after – this would be a waste of your precious time.
I suggest you read reviews on different agents, when available, so you can get feedback by previous customers and also some recommendations.
Particularly when buying property, don’t rush to a decision even if it looks like the best house you’ve ever seen. Many a time you’re going to want to tell the Malta-based real estate agent that you would like to have the place inspected by someone you trust. For instance, you may wish to consult with an architect and bring them over to review the property and verify the soundness of the structure and that everything is built in accordance with plans, permits and regulations. The architect would also be able to give you a valuation of the property and its market value. This can help you obtain a second opinion and verify what your real estate agent would have already told you about the property in question.
If you are leasing property, you may wish to have your lease contract reviewed by a local lawyer before signing to make sure that it is protecting your rights and interests and not only those of the landlord. Many a time it is the exit clauses which are more tricky, so best, once again have someone of your trust review the contract before signature. Prevention is always better than cure.
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Frank Salt Real Estate Ltd was formed in 1969 and has established itself over the years as perhaps the leading real estate agency in Malta and Gozo, dealing mainly with sale and letting of residential and commercial propertiesContinue reading
Frank Salt Real Estate Ltd was formed in 1969 and has established itself over the years as perhaps the leading real estate agency in Malta and Gozo, dealing mainly with sale and letting of residential and commercial properties.The Directors of the company have always maintained a very high degree of respectability and honesty in their dealings with the general public. Mr Frank Salt, the company’s founder and chairman, was instrumental in the setting up of the local Association of Estate Agents.
The company’s prestigious Head Offices are situated in St Julians, a few metres away from the Hilton Hotel. Fully computerised regional offices are also located in St. Paul’s Bay, Balzan, San Gwann, Mellieha, Fgura, Sliema, Marsascala and Gozo. Throughout its network of offices Frank Salt Real Estate offers the widest selection of residential and commercial properties on the market for sale and to let.