Amit Goyal

Amit Goyal is one of TriCity’s premier real estate consultants with more than 10 cr+ in individual sales to his name. He has been consistently ranked among the top real estate agent in TriCity Specializing in luxury homes, Amit Goyal has marketed and sold properties from stunning penthouses to affordable flats. Today he is a trusted expert in the business, quoted regularly by property developers and clients as well. Ten years as a real estate agent Amit Goyal has a skill set that expertly translates to helping others find their perfect home Organized, determined, and diligent, Amit Goyal fights on behalf of his clients, showing up early and leaving late to make sure the work is done right.

About DoorStep

Established in 2018, Property At Doorstep is a leading Estate Agency in Tricity. Property At Doorstep offer a wide range of residential and commercial properties options. Since inception, Property At Doorstep has earned a reputation for professionalism, dedication,and outstanding results. Property At Doorstep team is built up of industry professionals who are energetic, skilled and passionate about customer relations and your property. A combination of knowledge, drive, ambition and a promise to add value to our clients and commit to their needs have helped us build a rapport with our clients and enabled us to retain their business year after year. We believe the relationship continues long after the deal is done. Industry knowledge and trends, together with client relationship management is a critical success factor for buyers, sellers and builders. We dedicate resources to maintain a database of property owners and buyers. Constant communication with our clientele enables us to keep abreast of changing market conditions and buying or letting patterns. Property At Doorstep is Google Cetified and totally owned by Mr Amit Goyal.



A real estate consultant’s full-time job is to act as a liaison between buyers and sellers. This means that we will have easy access to all other properties listed by other sellers. Both the buyer’s and seller’s consultant work full time as real estate consultants and they know what needs to be done to get a deal together.



If you decide to buy or sell a home, the offer to purchase contract is there to protect you and ensure that you are able to back out of the deal if certain conditions aren’t met. For example, if you plan to buy a home with a loan but you fail to make financing one of the conditions of the sale–and you aren’t approved for the loan–you can lose your deposit on the home and could even be sued by the seller for failing to fulfill your end of the contract.
 Many people don’t like the idea of doing a real estate deal through an consultant and feel that direct negotiation between buyers and sellers is more transparent and allows the parties to better look after their own best interests. This is probably true–assuming that both the buyer and seller in a given transaction are reasonable people who are able to get along. Unfortunately, this isn’t always an easy relationship. What if you, as a buyer, like a home but despise its wood-paneled walls, shag carpet and lurid orange kitchen? If you are working with an consultant, you can express your contempt for the current owner’s decorating skills and rant about how much it’ll cost you to upgrade the home without insulting the owner.
Many people eschew using a real estate consultant to save money, but keep in mind that it is unlikely that both the buyer and seller will reap the benefits of not having to pay commissions. For example, if you are selling your home on your own, you will price it based on the sale prices of other comparable properties in your area. Many of these properties will be sold with the help of an consultant. This means that the seller gets the keep the percentage of the home’s sale price that might otherwise be paid to the real estate consultant. However, buyers who are looking to purchase a home sold by owners may also believe they can save some money on the home by not having an consultant involved. They might even expect it and make an offer accordingly. However, unless buyer and seller agree to split the savings, they can’t both save the commission.

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