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Avoid These Common Mistakes Sellers Make When They List

(August 30, 2017)

Getting caught up in emotions

Selling a home may be an emotional process. It helps to remember it’s a financial transaction; you’re selling your home, not the memories you made in it.

Overpricing the home
It may be tempting to overprice the home, especially if you’ve made improvements. However, overpriced homes tend to sit on the market longer than those priced right.

Expecting buyers to pay the askin... read more.

Home Selling 101 (Part 2 of 2)

(August 21, 2017)

Selling a home may be a stressful experience, especially for first-time sellers. One of the best ways to ease anxiety and reduce stress is to know what to expect. Here’s a general overview of the selling process. While everyone’s experience may be different, these steps tend to be universal. Of course, once you’ve decided to sell your home, give us a call and we’ll help you every step of the way.


S... read more.

Home Selling 101 (Part 1 of 2)

(August 13, 2017)

Selling a home may be a stressful experience, especially for first-time sellers. One of the best ways to ease anxiety and reduce stress is to know what to expect. Here’s a general overview of the selling process. While everyone’s experience may be different, these steps tend to be universal. Of course, once you’ve decided to sell your home, give us a call and we’ll help you every step of the way.


G... read more.

The Gist: July 2017

(August 04, 2017)

“The Gist” is adapted from the REALTORS® Association of Edmonton Monthly MLS® Report and Press Release. Every month I summarize and post “the gist” of the MLS® data for Edmonton and area real estate activity.

The average*** single family detached price in the service area of the Edmonton Multiple Listing Service® was down 1.51% to $446,982.
The average condominium price was up 0.68% to $261,861.
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3 Tips to Help Your Home Stand Out

(August 01, 2017)

1. Have your home inspected

This will help you isolate the repairs you need to address before you list your home. If you make the most important repairs, you’ll be ahead of the game and may be able to list your home for more than if you left the issues unresolved.

2. Declutter and start packing
Buyers want to see the details of the home, so be sure they have a great view. You’ll have to pack when yo... read more.