Estate Agents in Cyprus can get up to €1000 in commission
EU Property Solutions are experts in helping people with foreign property debt and negative equity. We specialise in implementing strategies to resolve such problems tailored to each and every client circumstance. We have an opportunity for Cypriot Estate Agents:
Receive €1,000 for EVERY client that you refer to us that we can help!
Cypriot Estate Agents can now make an extra income alongside their current role. Look no further, if you have clients who could be experiencing the following issues on their foreign property, we have an introducer opportunity for you:-
- Value of property lower than mortgage/loan i.e. Negative Equity,
- Mortgages coming to the end of their term,
- Mortgage arrears or problems with their lenders
- IBI Tax issues
- Interest-only periods ending,
- Affordability/maintenance and desire to sell but are told they cannot, and
- No rental income to rely on due to Covid-19.
What is in it for you?
Let’s cut to the chase…You have many of these people on your books trying to sell their properties or holiday rentals to try and reduce their monthly outgoings.
People who have a foreign mortgage that is in debt are trapped, they cannot sell, and you cannot directly help them. If you have any client’s (current or previous) who are struggling with the issues mentioned above, you can help them by referring them to EU Property Solutions.
Let us give you €1,000.
Contact us today with the following client information:
- Telephone number
- Email address
- Confirmation you have spoken to them about our services.
When your client becomes a client of EU Property Solutions, €1,000 will be transferred immediately into your bank account.
If an extra stream of income interests you, please contact us on:
Phone: 0330 124 1230
Email: [email protected] Or complete our request for a callback form, at the top of this page.
Watch the video below and get to know our Director, James Bell, and the role EU Property Solutions play in helping those with foreign property debt.