Selling Tips

Tips and Tricks for Selling Real Estate in Calgary.

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How to Manage Stress When Selling a HomeSelling a home can be stressful from start to finish. There's so much riding on a home sale that many homeowners spend the time selling their home sitting "on pins and needles," as they say. It's hard not to worry. From the moment that a home is put up for sale, homeowners must ask themselves: what will we do if the home doesn't sell for enough money? What if it takes too long to sell? These questions and concerns are valid. Fortunately, there are things that you can do to make the home selling process go more smoothly.

If you're a homeowner who would like to sell your home sometime in the coming months, you can make the process easier on yourself by working with a professional real estate agent. Below, we've listed the top 10 stressors that

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Should You Buy Your Home Before Selling or Sell Your Home Before Buying?The home selling process can be complicated, but it's especially complicated for people who already own a home. The decision to sell their home first and then buy, or buy then sell, can be a difficult one. If you're a homeowner who would like to sell one home and buy another, it's important to weigh all the factors. Knowing the advantages and disadvantages of each option can help you decide which one is right for you.

Benefits of Selling Your Home Before Buying a New One

Some homeowners choose to sell their home before purchasing another. While this does have its advantages, there are problems that can be associated with it as well. Below, we've noted important reasons that many homeowners choose to sell first.

You Can Offer More Money Down

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Checklist for Selling Your HomeHome selling requires a lot of work and advanced planning. People who want to get the most money out of their home sale can do so by preparing their property, staging their home, and making their house look more attractive to buyers. If you're a homeowner who would like to sell your home sometime in the next year, the best thing you can do for your profits is to start preparing about 6 months in advance. This checklist can help you get through the process.

What Should You Do to Plan For Your Home Sale 6 Months Before Selling?

Six months before a home is put up for sale, most of the work home sellers should be doing is research. The more information they have during the home selling process, the easier and less stressful selling their home

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Price a Home Properly to Ensure a Quick SaleEvery home seller wants a quick sale. And every buyer wants a bargain. Pricing your home too low can raise questions in a potential buyer's mind just as easily as an inflated price tag will drive people away. Finding the sweet spot involves some concentrated research, and it must be determined based on realistic expectations and an understanding of market trends.

Before listing a De Winton home for sale, consider the following:

For informational purposes only. Always consult with a licensed real estate professional before proceeding with any real estate transaction.

Market Trends

The most reasonable, and most effective course is to work with a real estate professional who can research local trends, and supply you with background information

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When You're Selling Your Home, Watch for These Red FlagsWhen you're selling your Panorama Hills home, one of the most important things you can do is choose your buyer wisely. The money the buyer offers is not the only factor to take into consideration. Analyzing the offer, you can tell a lot about the person who is trying to buy the property.

Sometimes, you can even identify red flags that can be an indication that the home buyer is going to be difficult to work with. The following red flags should be noted on an offer, especially when they appear in tandem.

For informational purposes only. Always consult with a licensed real estate professional before proceeding with any real estate transaction.

Pre-Qualified, Not Pre-Approved

Pre-qualification is the first step of the mortgage application

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Tips for Selling a Home in Fall

As the summer turns to fall, the behaviors of many home buyers change. Understanding home buyers when you list your home for sale can help you sell your home more quickly and for more money. You may also benefit from understanding how the changing season can affect home buyer's perception of your home. Having this information can help you prepare your home for sale. If you're thinking about selling your home soon, here's what you need to know..

What is the Real Estate Market Like for Fall?

People hoping to buy a home often start looking for property in spring and buy in summer. In winter and fall, most home buyers settle in to wait for better weather. The people left looking for a home during these months are people switching jobs and people who

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4 Reasons You Need a Professional PhotographerWhen preparing to sell a Panorama Hills home, all real estate agents are going to advise their clients to hire a professional photographer to take photos for their home’s listing. Sellers often think they can save a few hundred dollars by taking the photos themselves, but unless a seller has experience as a photographer, there’s a good chance their photos are going to end up sub-par. Sellers who don’t know the art of photography should seriously consider hiring a professional photographer to take their home’s pictures. Here are some of the most important reasons why.

Good Photos Help Draw In Buyers

Online listings are now one of the most common ways that buyers are finding homes for sale. Because of this, sellers need to ensure that they’re

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Getting your home preinspectedAs a seller, there are a lot of advantages when it comes to getting your home pre-inspected. Most buyers aren't willing to pay $400,000 or more for a home without seeing an inspection first. In many cases the buyer will end up asking for the inspection and paying for it but as a seller, it may be worth your while to shell out the $300-$400 it will cost to get the report. Here are some of the biggest benefits of taking a proactive role in getting your own inspection as a seller:

No Unexpected Surprises

While your home may look fantastic inside and out, it's really difficult to know what underlying problems may be hiding underneath. By getting a report, there won't be any last-minute surprises to deal with and you'll be able to handle some of the

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5 Things to Know About Seller DisclosuresSelling a home often involves presenting the property in its best condition. However, sellers also have obligations to potential buyers. In order to minimize future liability, sellers should confirm that they have given buyers a full picture of the home's condition. Some rules are based on the city or province. Others are more closely related to convention. With this information, sellers will understand how they can provide buyers with useful and accurate data about the property.

For informational purposes only. Always consult with a licensed real estate professional before proceeding with any real estate transaction.

1. Unknown vs. Known Faults

The information that a seller gives to a buyer is primarily a matter of liability. Sellers are

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What to Know About Seller FinancingIf you are selling your home you may have considered using seller financing to get it sold quickly. By seller financing we mean lending money to the person that is buying your home and acting as a financial institution for them. Contracts can be made up that allow you to loan the money to the buyer and then collect the interest from it.

This can greatly speed up the selling time for a home since many people do not meet the stringent requirements for mortgage loans at a bank. Also, a lot of people have a very hard time coming up with the initial down payment for their first home. If you need a quick sale you may consider seller financing as a viable option.

For informational purposes only. Always consult with a financial advisor before proceeding

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