“Pay what you want” or ‘Pay What You Want’ in English… does it work? Well, to be perfectly honest, not always. It sometimes happens that people cannot access the site, or lose their password, or get irritated when it doesn’t work straight away. They quickly become completely fed up with Immogo, find that the site is worthless and therefore do not want to pay anything. This is their right.


Fortunately, cases like this are very rare. 99% of people are completely satisfied, and quite willing to pay a few dozen euros, or more, for good service, a beautiful presentation of their house in four languages, plus some advice on text and communication real estate. It’s my job, so I can help. And of course, they like posting in multiple groups on Facebook, which leads to lots of visits to their ad.

Of course, the happiest clients are those who manage to sell their house to an individual via Immogo and do not owe any commission to the real estate agency. These clients then find it entirely logical to give Immogo a success bonus corresponding to a percentage of the savings made.


Today I had such a client, who managed to sell his house in France to a private buyer via Immogo in a relatively short time. This client was delighted with this success and felt he should be rewarded with a fair bonus.

Un client paye ce qu'il veut pour la vente de sa maison par Immogo

A client pays what he wants to successfully sell a house in France through Immogo
And this is how, little by little, Immogo (website of krek.nl) earns income, with good months and slow months, but always thanks to satisfied customers who pay me what they want. It doesn’t make me rich, but luckily I also have a real job where I can bill for hours. And as long as I can contribute to making the French real estate market fairer and more transparent, I will continue with Immogo.


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