Selling your home is not a simple procedure. It involves large sums of money, stringent legal requirements and the potential for costly mistakes. A REALTOR® is committed to spending the time it takes to help you sell your home in the least amount of time and for the best possible price.
A REALTOR® may represent a buyer or a seller; they may also represent both buyer and seller in the same transaction. A broker owes his or her client the duties of utmost care, integrity, co
When you select a property and decide to visit a house, there are many things to consider. Does it have all the features you want? Is the neighborhood what you expect? Try to picture your favorite furnishings in the home. Remember all of the technical considerations: •what type of wiring does the house have?
•what about power outlets? Different appliances use different types.
•what type of heating system does it use?
•what about the r
Sometimes a home doesn't sell right away. Avoid the urge to pull your home off the market... be persistent! Generally, there are three reasons why a home may not sell as fast as others. First is location; second is condition; third is the asking price. Naturally, you can't change your home's location, but you can fix the condition of your home and you can, of course, adjust your price. Throughout the listing process, you need to be constantly comparing your asking price again
From The Gazette, November 20, 2013 (Brought to you by Greater Montreal Real Estate Board) 1-Buy or sell at a fair price. Brokers have access to market statistics and advanced tools that allow them to perform a comparative market analysis. As a buyer or seller, you have insurance that you are buying or selling your property at a fair price. 2-Benefit from the brokers understanding of legal documents and procedures. Your broker will help you fill in the seller's declaration