Steps To Selling A House in Ottawa | Sylvain Bourgon Real Estate

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When you first decide to sell your home, you may feel overwhelmed with all there is to know. I’ve successfully guided many of my clients through the steps to selling a house and with my knowledge and education, yours too will be smooth and straightforward.

Here are the steps to selling a house you can expect with my amazing team:

The First Stage – Gathering Information

The first thing in the steps to selling a house is to find out what makes your home special. Unique features, the improvements you’ve made, and all the information required to answer the number one question every seller has: “How much can I sell my home for?

The Second Stage – Establishing Your Objectives

When I come to assess your home, I’ll give you my preliminary evaluation so you have an idea of your home’s value. However, there’s more work to be done before we determine the best listing price. I’ll also discover what your needs and goals are and together we’ll determine the best timeline for your home’s sale.

The Third Stage – Home Value Assessment

After learning all the relevant information, I’ll do a Comprehensive Market Analysis (CMA) where I’ll use not one, as most real estate agents do, but three separate valuations to determine the exact listing price your home will optimally sell for. This will depend on things like the supply and demand of the market, comparable homes for sale in your area, and other factors.

The Fourth Stage – Improving Your Home

In addition to my real estate insight, you’ll receive the benefit of my expertise in home construction and renovations. I’ll provide you with honest advice on the most important structural elements that buyers look for in homes and help bring your home to the highest quality standard (if necessary) to guarantee the highest listing price.

The Fifth Stage – Creating a Stunning Presentation

First impressions matter and to ensure your home stands out from the others, I’ll pay for a consultation with a home staging professional. They’ll explain how potential buyers view your home and help you create a memorable and visually-appealing environment.

The Sixth Stage – Photography and Video

Now that your home is looking its best, the next step to selling a house is to list it on the market. We’ll arrange for brilliant photos and videos to be used on the MLS website and in marketing and advertising materials to make sure your home shines.

The Seventh Stage – Extensive Marketing

I’ll begin my confidential marketing techniques to get your home maximum exposure and ensure that it’s seen by the most buyers and more importantly, the right buyers for your home. I’ll also contact other real estate agents in Ottawa so they can direct their clients to your property’s showings.

The Eighth Stage – Negotiation Time

Now that we’ve found buyers for your home, we begin negotiations. We’ll represent you with the loyalty and fierceness that you’ve come to expect from my team and ensure you receive the highest possible price and benefit from all the conditions of the offer.

The Ninth Stage – Closing Successfully

Now that the offer has been accepted on both sides, we begin the closing process. Every aspect will be explained so that you feel comfortable and confident and my team will help organize all the details.

The Final Stage – After the Sale

Once your home has been successfully sold, we will continue to be available to help you with anything you need, whether you’re looking to purchase your next home or require other real estate advice.

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