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Tips for SELLERS:

Your most important decision when selling your home is the selection of the person you choose to represent you in this often difficult and complicated process.
 
The job of your real estate professional is to support you in selling your home with the best possible terms, advise you on your options and the aid you through the entire process.
 
Your real estate professional will explain the process of selling a home, and familiarize you with the various activities, documents and procedures that you will experience throughout the entire process. 

Tips for Selecting Your Real Estate Professional:

Your Real Estate Professional should be:
  • A member of the local real estate board and a REALTOR® - only REALTORS® have complete access to the MLS® Systems in Canada. Only a member of the LOCAL real estate board will get you exposure to local agents, and knowledge of many of the private sales,
  • Highly aware of the complicated local and provincial requirements affecting your transaction,
  • Knowledgeable about your home ownership style, style of homes and neighbourhood influences that affect home pricing,
  • Effective in multi-party negotiations that can be either face-to-face or impersonal and remote,
  • Highly trained and certified, and continually upgrading their real estate skills,
  • Technologically-focussed, and have the technological resources that facilitate the transaction,
  • Resourceful in attracting the largest pool of potential buyers and their agents
  • Supported by other professional teammates: Lawyers, Appraisers, Surveyors, Home Inspectors, Conveyancing Staff, Condominium Document Reviewers, Mortgage Brokers and Lender's Mortgage Specialists, Marketing and Showing Coordinators,
  • Some one who provides an absolute high-class level of service for a price that you can afford.

 


Tips for BUYERS:

Of all the decisions you'll be faced when buying a home, there's none more important than the person you choose to represent you in this often difficult and complicated process.
 
The job of your real estate professional is to support you in finding the right home for your needs with the best possible terms, advise you on your options and to aid you through the entire process. Your real estate professional will explain the process of buying a home, and familiarize you with the various activites, documents and procedures that you will experience throughout the transaction.

Tips for Selecting Your Real Estate Professional 

Your Real Estate Professional should be:
  • A member of the local real estate board and a REALTOR® - only REALTORS® have complete access to the MLS® Systems in Canada. Only a member of the LOCAL real estate board will have complete access to the local inventory of home listings, in addition to access to all of the private sales,
  • Highly aware of the complicated local and provincial requirements affecting your transaction,
  • Knowledgeable about the communities, home ownership styles, home styles of interest to you, and neighbourhood influences that affect home pricing,
  • Effective in multi-party negotiations that can be either face-to-face or impersonal and remote,
  • Highly trained and certified, and continually upgrading their real estate skills,
  • Technologically-focussed, and have the technological resources that facilitate the transaction,
  • Supported by other professional teammates: Lawyers, Appraisers, Surveyors, Home Inspectors, Conveyancing Staff, Condominium Document Reviewers, Mortgage Brokers and Lender's Mortgage Specialists, Marketing and Showing Coordinators,
  • Some one who provides an absolute high-class level of service for a price that you can afford.

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