Real Estate Negotiations for
Fraser Valley Home Sellers
Fraser Valley Home Sellers
Successful real estate negotiations are the result of gathering accurate information, extensive knowledge of the property (and the market) and a thick skin.
Ultimately negotiations are set of conversations between agents where we each try to get the best deal for our clients.
Our vast experience in real estate negotiations in the Fraser Valley helps us give you the edge when it comes to selling your property.
Let Us Negotiate On Your Behalf
Gather Information – It’s important to know as much as possible about your property, potential buyers and their motives for buying.
Buyers Tactics – Since there will be an experienced agent on the other side, it makes sense to have someone on your team that understands the process fluently.
Home Inspection – This is all about collecting information. Understanding the true condition your home is in will give you the confidence (and possibly leverage) when you market the house.
Holding the Line – We’ll fight for you to make sure you get the full-value of your home. Maintaining the course through a challenging negotiations is vital.
Carry the Weight – Selling can be a very emotional experience, especially when someone makes a low-offer.
Closing – Making that final decision can be stressful. To ensure you make it at the right time.
Communicate the True Value of Your Home
We do a pre-home inspection for all of our properties.
We won’t waste time plasting the town with ads. We’ll identify the right buyer segment and target them specifically. Saving valuable time and resources along the way. First we’ll identify who the buyer could be and then we look for that buyer specifically.
This is an optional service offered at the seller’s discretion and if the property is suited.
It’s important to know as much as possible about your property, potential buyers and their motives for buying at the time of negotiations. Preparing is also important, which means you need to have an accurate CMA, a competitive price and the home is prepared well in advance.
This is all about collecting information. Understanding the true condition your home is in will give you the confidence—and possibly leverage—when marketing the house. It will also allow you time to fix anything that will act against the asking price. You also reduce the risk of any surprises and allows for full disclosure when it’s time to sell.
Carry the Weight
Selling can be a very emotional experience, especially when someone makes a low-offer. If you have lived there a long time, or the home has sentimental value, it can make the selling process more stressful.
Since there will be an experienced agent on the other side, it makes sense to have someone on your team that understands the process fluently. They’ll try to pick out any flaws in the house and use multiple scenarios to try and get a lower price, our job is to stand firm to get you the best price possible.
Holding the Line
We’ll fight for you to make sure you get the full-value of your home. Maintaining the course through a challenging negotiations is vital. Our experience in real estate give us the uphand to ensure the deal comes to fruition.
Getting the deal across the finish line is so important. There will be a seemingly endless amount of paperwork and a number tasks that will need to be completed, such as: choose notary, book a moving truck, fix deficiencies and cutting off services.
All Your Marketing Needs
In One Place
In One Place
- Stress-Free – 3 Decades of Experience Selling
- Sell Faster – with Accurate Pricing Expertise
- Spread the Word – Robust Advertising Channels (Print and Digital)
- Signs – We still put them on your lawn
- Highlighting – Underscore the best part of the home
- Great Network – Access to the Best Real Estate Network in the Valley
Preparing Your Home To Sell:
A Quick Guide
Here is a couple of things you can do immediately to prepare to market your home. Of course we can help with staging.
Get rid of anything you don’t use or need anymore. If an item doesn’t give you joy anymore, sell it, or donate it.
Make sure bedroom are tidy, fill cracks and add a coat of paint if necessary.
Give your bathroom a spa-like feel with scents and ambiance.
If your living room is cluttered, take out a couple of pieces of furniture so the room has a more spacious vibe.
Dishes are clean and put away, dead light bulbs replaced, floor washed and everything looks tidy.
Let potential buys know they can actually park their car in the garage. Get rid of junk and tidy up.
Mow the lawn, trim the hedges. Home buyers are making a huge investment and want to know the property has been taken care of.
Add Some Flowers
First impressions always matter. Adding a splash flowers to the front entrance goes a long way in making your house inviting to potential buyers.