Advise. Assess. Assist.

Since 1979, KRAFT Immobilien has stood for quality and competence in real estate sales. Our claim is to be present to sellers and buyers at every stage of the sale or purchase process as - in the truest sense of the word - "honest brokers". The purchase or sale of a property is often an emotional decision for all concerned - in addition to the purely financial aspect. Only in dialogue is it possible to achieve a satisfactory result for both parties. To accompany this dialogue, to act as a mediator between the participants in tense situations, is the essential characteristic of a reputable broker.

A brief overview of our service portfolio:

Sale/valuation

Following this, we conduct an expert valuation of your property. This means that we need all of the documents required to perform a valuation and for a subsequent sale, should you decide to go ahead. Even if you are not planning to sell right away, please feel free to get in touch with us. Advisory services and valuations will not necessarily incur costs.

In further consultations we discuss with you any renovations or improvements that are needed before putting the house on the market. The knowledgeable architects and civil engineers at our sister company KRAFT Bauprojekt as well as our partner companies in the renovation and modernisation industry are on hand to help. If a property requires no modernisation work, it is likely to sell for a disproportionately high price.

In further consultations, we jointly determine the necessity of any upcoming renovation or beautification measures before the start of the marketing process. The experienced architects and civil engineers of our sister company KRAFT Bauprojekt and our cooperation partners from all areas of renovation and renovation are at your disposal here. A property that has no rehabilitation congestion usually achieves a disproportionately higher sale price.

Once we have compiled a property listing with photos and a written description, we can start looking for a buyer. Not only do we research potential buyers in our database, but we also advertise the property via various media platforms and involve our partner companies from the BIP group of estate agents in and around Bonn.

www.bip-partner.de

You can choose to be kept up to date on our progress at all times. We can also provide a link for you to keep track of our activities at your convenience.
Viewing appointments are arranged by mutual agreement with you, including on evenings or weekends, and discretion is assured at all times. We guide sellers and buyers through the entire selling and buying process, right through to the appointment with the notary.
We accompany sellers and buyers during the entire sales and purchase process up to the notary's notarization date.
Even once the contracts have been exchanged, KRAFT Immobilien stays on hand to offer advice and assistance to both parties should any questions or problems arise later on.

Checklists

Lists of documents you need to sell your property can be found here:

Money laundering:

Kraft Immobilien GmbH operates in the property sector. As such, before entering into a business relationship it is required under Section 1, Section 2(1), no. 10,4 and Section 3(XNUMX) of the German Money Laundering Act (GwG) to establish and verify the identity of the party to the contract. This means that we must keep a record of the relevant data from your ID card or passport, for example by making a copy or taking a photo. The Money Laundering Act requires estate agents to retain this information for five years. The German IVD Real Estate Association has prepared a flyer on the Act. As this flyer is only available in German, below is a summary of the main points for your convenience. Please refer to the Act for further information. Under the German Money Laundering Act, estate agents are required to obtain the following data from private persons: name, place/date of birth, nationality, address, ID/passport number and issuing authority; and from companies the following data: company name, legal form, registration number, address, registered headquarters and the name of the legal representative. In addition, for both private and commercial customers information is required on the business purpose and whether the customer is acting alone or for a third party. Furthermore, customers are obliged under German law to disclose the above information.