PRICING YOUR HOME GUIDE
When you hire us to list your property we provide you a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) which is a compilation of recent sales from your area.
A Comparative Market Analysis takes into consideration the following factors.
- The properties must be within ½ of a mile from your home.
- Were listed within the last 6 months.
- Are roughly the same age as your property.
- ...and have square footage within 10 percent of yours. So, if your home is 1,500 square feet, you should look at homes between 1,350 and 1,650 square feet.
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Are you thinking about selling? If so, the video resources below cover many of the common questions that most people have during the home selling journey.View Resource
Which items will add value to your home and help with resale when the time comes to sell? The answer is: “The ones that future buyers also want and are willing to pay for.”View Resource
When it comes to buying or selling a home, one of the biggest questions is whether to sell or buy first. There are pros and cons to each approach, and the right choice for you will depend on your specific circumstances. Factors to consider include timing, market conditions, and your financial situation.View Resource
Selling your home can be a stressful and time-consuming process. But what if there was a way to sell your home quickly and for cash?View Resource
Would you like to know your home's estimated value? Our free market analysis service provides you with your property's current market value and suggested selling price!View Resource
Do you currently have your home listed for-sale-by-owner? Or maybe you are thinking about listing your home privately.View Resource
Let’s take a moment to talk about how we use both traditional and online strategies to promote your home to the largest group of qualified buyers.View Resource
Stay informed with the latest Edmonton real estate updates and trends. Find out about new developments, market statistics, and expert insights on the Edmonton housing market.View Resource
When you hire us to list your property we provide you a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) which is a compilation of recent sales from your area.View Resource
Selling a home can be a complex and time-consuming process, but with the right preparation and strategy, it can also be a successful and profitable one.View Resource
Showing your home to potential buyers is an important step in the process of selling your property. This can involve individual viewings or open houses, and it is an opportunity to showcase your home's best features. Properly presenting your home can help make it more appealing to buyers and increase the chances of a successful sale.View Resource
Real estate showings give potential buyers the opportunity to see and experience your home in person. According to a recent study, 79% of buyers said that taking a private tour was extremely or very important to their home-buying decision.View Resource
Our SOLD Guaranteed program ensures your home sells when you need it to. It is common for homeowners to struggle to get mortgage approval for a new home without the sale of their existing home, the SOLD guarantee fills that gap. You would have a firm contract to show your bank or lender that they would take into account when you are getting pre-approval on your new home. This program was designed to alleviate the stress and uncertainty that often comes with home selling. With a guarantee, you can rest assured that your home will sell.View Resource
Staging your home is the process of preparing it for sale by making it look attractive and inviting to potential buyers. This can involve rearranging furniture, decluttering, and adding decorative touches to help showcase the property in the best possible light.View Resource
The process of selling a home involves a number of steps, including preparing the home for sale, setting a price, marketing the property, and negotiating with potential buyers. Working with a realtor can help make the process smoother and more efficient, as they have the expertise and resources to guide you through each step.View Resource
If you’re new to real estate, you may not be familiar with a Real Property Report, or what its significance is as part of the buying and selling process for a home in Edmonton. Basically, an “RPR” is a legal document prepared by an Alberta Land Surveyor that looks something like a map or blueprint of the home; it outlines essential details about the property, including the boundary lines and any structures, improvements or additions that have been made to the site since the current owner built or bought it, such as adding a garage or deck. The RPR is significant for more than that, though. More specifically, as the Real Estate Council of Alberta explains here, an RPR contains all kinds of valuable information for both the home seller and the home buyer, such as: A legal description and municipal address of the property. TView Resource
A realtor is a licensed professional who is trained in the process of buying and selling real estate. Working with a realtor can save you time and effort, and can also help you get the best possible price for your home.View Resource