HOME SELLER'S INFORMATION
When you're deciding on selling your home you have a lot of questions. The following articles should help you understand the home selling process better. And if you have any additional questions our professional real estate sales experts are just a quick call or email away.Questions & Answers for SellersStarting on your home seller's journey can be a stressful experience. These common questions seller's have, in our experience, will help you understand the selling process and make the right decisions as you move forward.Read More
Questions Sellers Should Ask Before They Hire A Real Estate Agent
Hiring a REALTOR® to represent you in the sales, marketing and negotiations as you sell your home is a great way to be certain you will receive the highest possible price. But not all REALTOR®s are equal and you should interview at least 3 agents to represent your interests.
How To Set My Home's Selling Price
You will receive a lot of advice about setting your selling price. Who you listen to is as important as the information you consider and the source of the advice.
Moving Tips & Checklists
With some careful planning you can move into your new home without any unplanned disruptions and start your new home life on a positive note.
Should You "Sell By Owner"?
Almost every homeowner, when it comes time to sell, asks themselves if they should sell their home by themselves, this is called “For Sale By Owner”.
The Seven Deadly Sins of Selling Your Home
An experienced real estate sales person can help you avoid these seven deadly sins of selling your home that will affect your home’s attractiveness and turn the experience into a satisfying and profitable one for you.Read More.
Why Should You Hire a Seller Representative Specialist (SRS) Realtor®?
Home sellers rely on Realtor®s to sell their property at the highest price in the shortest time. An SRS Realtor® will help you reach these goals.
Is It Time to Sell?
In Greater Toronto’s current hot resale market, the time may be right to cash out the equity of your current home and move to a quieter neighbourhood. Maybe even to a larger home with a smaller mortgage.