THINKING OF SELLING?
WHERE DREAMS COME HOME
Selling a home takes more than just putting a “for sale” sign out front.
My #1 priority is to ensure that your home is the #1 product in today’s marketplace. I will create a back end wow factor and a far reaching web, extending to all the potential buyers and driving them to your home.
My sellers appreciate my experience and training, I am with you every step of the way from our first chat to closing and beyond. I will help you determine the right price, come up with an effective marketing strategy, and anticipate and solve any problems that come up during the selling process.
The Ottawa real estate market is always changing, market values have soared recently, it is important for me to ensure you get the highest possible sale price. With access to tools that allow me to pin point true real estate values in your neighbourhood, I will help price your home competitively by preparing a market analysis.
Customized, unique digital & print marketing plans….
Each listing is unique! I create a customized marketing plan for my sellers designed to attract the right buyers on the right platforms at the right time.
A good marketing plan is important, after buyers envision themselves in your home, it's equally as important to REALTOR® who will take care of the tasks involved in selling a house, ensuring that the transaction is simple and low-stress for you.
When it comes to home renovations, one plus one does not necessarily equal two. The money invested in improving your home will not always translate into an equivalent return in the selling price of your home. However, with planning it is possible to both increase the salability of your home and even profit from your home renovations.
There are many interior enhancements that will push all the right emotional buttons in prospective purchasers. In all rooms, certain minimum standards should be met
The two most important decisions you will make with your Royal LePage Real Team Realty Real Estate Professional is: 1. determining the right asking price for your property and 2. determining what improvements you will need to make to your home to get it ready for market.
You own a house now, but you want to move to a bigger place or a different neighborhood. Should you sell your current home before you buy your next, or should you buy first, then sell your existing one? Though this is a very common question, there is no “right” answer. The answer depends on a number of things.
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