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So you’re ready to buy or sell your home, and you want the guidance of a real estate professional to help you with the process. But how do you pick the one that is right for you?

 

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Just how comfortable would you feel opening your home to a complete stranger? Imagine walking away, knowing that someone you’ve never met is wandering from room to room, eyeing up and down the one place you feel most safe.

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The kids are grown and have children of their own. You and your partner have both recently retired and after many years of hard work you are ready to enjoy some of that bucket list you have created over the years. You both agree, intellectually, that your current four bedroom, three bath house is much larger than you need. You no longer want to spend your weekends pruning shrubs, mowing the lawn or washing all of the floors. In fact, you would much rather be enjoying wine tours, travel, community events and day trips BUT what about when the children and grandkids visit? What about all of the memories? Where will the family gather for holiday dinners and events?

 

  

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A Toronto brokerage known as The RedPin has shared an opinion of the effectiveness of Open Houses.  They state that the ritual of holding an open house attracts many potential buyers, however, Open Houses only account for 5% of sales.  Sales reps hold Open Houses to attract new clients, but many open houses also attract nosy neighbours and “lookie-loos” out for some free weekend entertainment.

 

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Selling a filthy house isn’t impossible. Some buyers can see beyond the smeared carpet, the overflowing trash cans, dirty laundry scattered over in piles and messy countertops. But it sure is a lot more challenging that selling a sparkling clean one.

 

There are basically three reasons people buy a home: location, price and condition. We can’t do much about location and the price is determined by the market, but you can work on the condition. If the condition is good, you can sell at the higher end of the price bracket, faster.

 

So to get right to the point.

 

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