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Real estate agents in St. Gallen

Real estate expertise in the canton of St. Gallen

Your real estate agent for St. Gallen and the surrounding area

St. Gallen - A canton with breathtaking landscapes and a rich history. Our local real estate agents in St. Gallen represent the region with in-depth knowledge of the real estate market, from the vibrant city to the villages in the surrounding valleys and mountains.

Apartment

CHF 7'063*

House

CHF 6'739*

*Average sales price perm2 in the canton of St. Gallen in Q2, 2023.

Kanton St. Gallen eingezeichnet auf der nationalen Landkarte der Schweiz

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Canton of St. Gallen & surroundings

Historical heritage

The canton of St. Gallen is characterized by a rich history and is home to a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the monastery of St. Gallen, which has existed since the 8th century. Here you will also find the famous Abbey Library with many manuscripts from the Middle Ages.

Nature

The region around St. Gallen has a lot to offer geographically. The location on Lake Constance with the cultural town of Rorschach on the shore is a well-known excursion destination and the Drei Weihern near the capital is a popular local recreation area. The Säntis with its panoramic view is a landmark of the canton and particularly popular with hikers.

Olma

Every year, St. Gallen hosts one of the most important agricultural fairs in Switzerland – the Olma. Regional producers attract thousands of visitors from all over Switzerland and showcase the diversity of the canton through their craftsmanship. The fair’s fame even led to a local specialty being named after it, the St. Gallen OLMA bratwurst.

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Would you like to find out more? Here you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions.

What does a broker do?

The main function of a real estate agent is to broker real estate between buyers and sellers. He values properties, takes care of their marketing, organizes viewings and assists in negotiations to achieve the best possible price and conditions for his clients. He also assists his clients in concluding contracts and offers basic legal and financial advice.

What is the brokerage mandate?

The brokerage agreement is an agreement between an owner and a real estate agent. The owner commissions the estate agent to sell or rent his property. The order regulates the rights and obligations during the sales or rental process. The broker undertakes to use his expertise to find potential buyers or tenants, carry out marketing activities, organize viewings and conduct negotiations.

What qualifications should a real estate agent have?

It is of great importance that a real estate agent has suitable qualifications in the real estate sector. Sound training and regular further training and workshops are clear signs of specialist knowledge and qualifications. It is particularly advantageous if they are also members of a professional association. A good agent should also have excellent communication and negotiation skills to work effectively with buyers, sellers and other professionals.

Is it important for real estate agents to know the region?

Agents should be very familiar with the region in which they work, as the real estate market varies greatly from region to region. Their regional knowledge enables them to understand the real estate market better, set appropriate prices and target potential buyers or tenants. Agents who are familiar with the area can also provide valuable information about the infrastructure, schools, recreational opportunities and other factors that may interest potential buyers.

Do real estate agents work on a contingency basis?

Experienced and qualified brokers work on a success basis and have extensive experience. This means that they only receive a commission in the event of a successful sale or rental. The exact amount of the commission should be specified in the brokerage agreement. This commission-based remuneration motivates brokers to do their best to offer clients the best possible price and conditions. In contrast, brokers who are paid in advance are considered less reputable and entail certain risks.

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