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    Oximo is niet alleen een erkende traditionele vastgoedmakelaar maar ook de meest innovatieve door haar online biedingsplatform waarop panden te vinden zijn met een volledig informatiedossier, met online organisatie van kijkdagen, en met zowel een ‘vanaf’ als een ‘direct hebben’ prijs. Door het online biedingsproces kan de verkoop van vastgoed snel, flexibel, bindend, veilig en goedkoop gerealiseerd worden waar en wanneer men dat wenst. Deze vernieuwing realiseert méér voordelen voor koper én verkoper!

  • Reviews 45

    • Tony Langeraert in 2021 via Google
      • - We make an appointment to view a house that will be auctioned through their office, apparently we have to wait 2 weeks for our visit, but we understand that of course. Receive an email a few days after planning our visit and the office asks if we are really interested and if we don't want to give up our place on the visitors list because not enough places, huh? And then as icing on the cake 5 days before our visit, we get a confused email that they have already sold it and that we don't get the chance to view it anymore! Been looking for a house for a while but never experienced this before, totally opaque unprofessional real estate agent, be warned!
    • Donna Braeckmans in 2021 via Google
      • - We were recently very interested in a house. You had to make an appointment online on 1 of the 4 specified viewing days, which we did immediately. A day after my registration, I received an email from the real estate agency that the price had suddenly increased by 25,000 euros, without only 1 viewing day having passed. The next day, the price appeared to have changed again from asking price to bidding from. On Friday I was contacted by phone by the real estate agent, stating that there was enormous interest in the house, which prompted them to change their strategy. They were going to move all viewing moments to 1 weekend and a final decision was made on Sunday evening. So we were happy that we could go and see the house 2 days later, but our joy was very short-lived. Saturday morning at 11.30 am I receive an e-mail that I have been unsubscribed from the viewing day, with a subsequent e-mail stating that the house has been awarded to a bidder. First of all, I thought it was impossible for them to tell me by phone that a decision will only be made on Sunday evening, so you think you can also say your say during your visit. Secondly, I think that as a broker you can at least contact us by telephone to report that there has already been an offer, with the question whether we would still like to come and have a look. A bid is and remains valid, that bid will not suddenly disappear when there are still candidate buyers have their viewing moment.
    • Sabine Dewaele in 2021 via Google
      • - A completely different story for us ... We are not at all satisfied with Oximo's service and would not recommend anyone to do business with them. A lot of things were pushed off ... which we eventually had to do ourselves. Once the contract was signed ... the service was down to the bare minimum. Very incomplete explanation when using the online app. In our view "withheld information" .... which they can only benefit from afterwards. I sold my house in Brasschaat with them. I found the advice I received from our contact person at oximo (Liesbeth Janssens) anything but expert. She didn't know many things or was on the job to get other contracts. Then I had to call her responsible, who I found anything but friendly. Or it was her fellow colleagues who were responsible for placing the ad on the various sites. I asked for an opening line at immoweb as I could see in other properties ... and this has never been changed. She didn't think that was important enough. Is that a broker who offers support ???? Indeed, it is better to pay a little more to a broker who offers real service or do it all yourself because you should not expect much from Oximo. There are many brokers who work much more transparently and honestly. Fortunately for the real estate sector. After oximo's response to my above review, I would like to add the following: surely it is a punishment that the "chef" of Oximo dares to write "after telephone contact". Believe me people .... that telephone contact with me has not taken place! No, but an e-mail in which it is screened with the words: "state in article so much of our terms of use you accept" or in another e-mail: "state in the contract signed by you". They are cheaters, money tricksters. The first day after the buyer's offer, so a lot before the compromise is signed, my buyers were already obliged to pay 10% or their offer was not valid. According to many notaries, this is deontologically incorrect! But yes .... that was of course also stated in their contract that I had signed! And my contact person at Oximo "Liesbeth" had far from the expertise you expect from a broker. According to her advice, I should have accepted an initial offer that was 26,000 euros lower! Please say !!! And so many other incompetences ... but unfortunately: then I keep writing. In short: Look before you start .... before you work with Oximo.
    • Roeland Verschraegen in 2021 via Google
      • + Before the Corona pandemic I bought an apartment by the sea off plan. The Corona pandemic created a high demand for such apartments and the start of construction was brought forward by one year. As a result, I had to change my financing strategy and I decided to proceed with an early sale of my current home with garden, which could also count on increased interest due to the Corona pandemic. First I contacted a local 3% broker who promised a quick sale and a high sale amount. A year earlier he had already made an estimate off the cuff and this year the Corona had just added 10%. I received an official estimate from Oximo that was in between the two amounts. Thinking the 3% broker would achieve a faster sale, I first went with the 3% broker and gave them a 45 day exclusivity period with their suggested estimate as a minimum result. In 45 days they have been able to arrange only 3 visits without any formal offer. After 45 days, they proposed a sale price that was below the estimate of a year ago. I thanked them for services not rendered and contacted Oximo again. We have signed an agreement with their proposed setting price as the basis. I opted for the 1% formula because the previous 3% broker had also managed to do some minor damage during the visits, but mainly because my building is a rather technical building with its own ecological story, which I better can tell any professional broker. Ultimately, the property was sold within 45 days with a small concession to the price estimated by Oximo, but still well above the price estimated by the 3% broker of a year earlier, and certainly well above the proposed by the 3% broker. price, after failing to its initial overestimation. The price of a house is like the price of a stock. A house is only worth as much as a buyer is willing to give for it. And that price is determined by "De Markt". And no broker can do anything about that fact, whether they charge 3% for their services or 1%. 3% and thus actually 3.63% is in times when most buyers are eventually attracted by the various immo websites way too much. No 3% broker is worth that commission anymore. Calculate for yourself how much that 2.42% represents for your sale in Euro or even better in Belgian francs :-), and ask yourself how long you have to work for that, to keep that net difference. This is a free world, with a free market. Fortunately, there is Oximo, which is the first to try to break through the brokerage's "tacit price agreements" on a large scale, and as a customer you should try to take advantage of this. Correct estimate and correct service at a competitive cost price. And anyone who can calculate can benefit from it. Both buyer and seller. From my 3% broker, I especially remember the expensive cars they drive around, which are paid by you as a buyer / seller.
    • Michiel De Muynck in 2021 via Google
      • - I had made an appointment for a viewing day. There was no one to be seen upon arrival. I call and they tell me the house has already been sold. Supposedly, an email had been sent to let us know, but that was not the case. The potential buyers who came to look after me also knew nothing about it. Very unprofessional. (my answer to Oximo's answer below: when registering for the viewing day you are asked for both telephone number and email address so "we could not keep you informed" is not true)
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