Selling a home in Regina requires a smart strategy, teamwork, and confidence in the process. Determining the list price to ensure the home sells quickly and for the most money is only a fraction of the effort that goes into a successful home sale. There is so much detail that goes into the presentation of Regina property for sale, online marketing and getting qualified buyers into the home. You can feel confident choosing me as your real estate agent. 

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Our Home Selling Process

1. Determine The List Price

The first step to selling a Regina home is to determine the list price.  A comparative market analysis is automatically provided as part of my service. The CMA will contain comparable properties that have already sold in your area. I make upward or downward adjustments based on the similarities, differences, and upgrades between your property and the comparables. A home appraisal can also determine a home's value. If you are unsure of the value of the home, consider having both a comparative market analysis and a professional home appraisal done. 

When I assess the market value of a property, I consider all factors. Average prices in a neighborhood, how many active listings, sold listings and Regina's market as a whole are all things I take into consideration when trying to price a home. Most importantly, I will sit and explain these reports to you so that we can decide on the best price to list the home, together. This also completely educates the homeowner on the condition of the local market and helps set expectations. 

2. While The House Is On The Market

Once the list price has been decided, we will go over the listing contract which outlines the desired possession, real estate fees, legal description and other terms and conditions of the sale. I can help the seller get the home ready for the market by providing staging consultations and providing them with my "Ultimate To-Do List For Selling A Home In Regina."



Among my other responsibilities, my priority is to communicate with my client. I sent weekly market updates, keeping you aware of any new listings, conditional sales or property that has sold in your area. The Regina real estate market can change quickly if a large number of homes come onto the market or sell within a short time frame. I keep analytics of how all my Regina MLS Listing are performing online by tracking how many views they get on, Facebook or other social media platforms. 

I have a unique approach to marketing Regina homes for sale. I always take professional photos and showcase the listing using SEO friendly video and written content. The goal is to have the home interest as many buyers as possible. 

3. Receiving An Offer

Once you receive an offer, I will negotiate with the buyers on your behalf and we will work together to get an acceptable sale price for you. The “conditions period” is the 7-10 day period the buyer requires to get approval of a mortgage, complete the home inspection and any other inspections they need. If the buyers need anything from us at this time, we will do our best to provide them with any information. 

Once conditions have been removed, the seller can disconnect utilities, meet with their lawyers and move forward with the sale process. The home is not SOLD until mortgage funds have been transferred. 

Be sure to read through my Home Sellers Guide for FAQ's, detailed offer to purchase information and so much more! 

There are different assessments and tools used to determine a value, and those values can differ. I perform a comparative market analysis to help determine the listing price of a home, and recommend a home appraisal be done as well. Factors that affect the value of a home can include square feet and lot size, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, any renovations and maintenance done to the house or property, and location.

Sellers must disclose any defects or issues with the home or property that they are aware of when selling their home. As such, if you are able to address any issues before going on the market, you should do so. Otherwise, consult with your real estate agent for best staging practices: at the very least make sure the home is both clean and tidy. 

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