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“What is Pelow and how it works” One of the reasons we have for creating Pelow is to make it easier for people to negotiate for and reach deals quickly. Thus, it is all about getting the best deal for you at a competitive and affordable rate in the most secure way possible.
As you would find by following our platform, listers will post a couple of our listings from the Pelow platform and we will encourage you to bid on them. Of course, you might ask: “how can I bid on Pelow?” “how do I know I would not be scammed?” “Why should I pay to ‘bid’ or ‘negotiate’?” If you asked any of these questions to yourself or anyone around you, we would like to let you know more about this process to allay your fears.
The aim of paying the Pelow fee or the Bidding fee is to give us the mandate to carry out due diligence on your behalf. Yes, you read that right. We care deeply about you beyond just helping you find the right property. We fully intend to assist you on your journey into the house or office space or land or parking space you are looking to obtain.
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Once we can confirm that you have signed up, we would set a date for every interested party to meet and discuss with the lister of the property via Zoom or Google Meet, a day or two before the bidding is supposed to commence. When the bidding date is due, as in when the lister prefers to accept your bids, you may proceed to pay the bidding fee and bid away!
Plus, you have the ability to sign the contract and other acceptance contracts on our platform once it is agreed that you would be the buyer.
Saliently, if you have any hesitation or something does not work out, simply reach out to our team and we will be here to assist you.