Selling real estate – whether a home, condo, or commercial property – has its fair share of potential issues. Between understanding the Winnipeg real estate market, knowing what buyers are looking for, and having an awareness of the legalities of the process, a great deal of knowledge is required to make the experience of selling your property a success. I have the training and experience that you’re going to want to have on your side when selling your property.
If you’re preparing to sell real estate in Winnipeg or surrounding areas, I will make sure that your experience is low-stress and high-value. My knowledge, negotiating skills, and professional attitude will help you to get the best sale price possible in the shortest period of time while taking care of the heavy lifting on your behalf.
The way I market your home is extremely important. As soon as you list your home with me, I will enter your home in the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) database. Other agents can immediately access your property information by computer. Plus, your property will be included in any printed MLS books. I also direct online traffic to my website for a smooth click through from social media, regularly publish in magazines and newspapers in the area and send out direct mail pieces to potential buyers.
Selling is a complex, time-consuming, and financially-perilous process. Done without help, it can often be the single most stressful event in a person’s life. Thankfully, you do not have to do it alone – I am here to help you take a load off and are determined to provide you with an exceptional selling experience.
Not convinced you need a REALTOR®? The number one reason most sellers do not use a REALTOR® is the idea of saving on the commission. But do you know if you will really “save” the real estate commission?
There's too much to learn for even the most diligent sellers in such a short timeframe. Real estate law governs nearly every phase of selling your home. This is an area of expertise for REALTORS®, but for the average homeowner, it’s a learning curve that, realistically, is too steep and time-consuming.
Registered under provincial law, and committed to the regulations with a guarantee of professional behaviour.
Rigourously trained and regularly upgraded with continuous learning.
I do more than put a fancy “For Sale” sign on your lawn. I promote your sale, I write your ads, I post your home on www.realtor.ca and I use other exclusive professional networks, all in a day’s work.
I am always available for inquiries from buyers. While you’re at work, and attending to the rest of your important matters, this is my full-time job. I am able to take calls from potential buyers at any time and we can quickly determine if they are qualified to buy or even suitable people to walk through your home.
The way I treat my listings is like being a match-maker. I do not just sit and wait for people to find your home. I reach out to buyers who are looking for specific type of property. I save time and effort by dealing only with qualified buyers. I have access to a pool of pre-screened and pre-qualified buyers who are serious about buying a home in your neighbourhood.
Realtors serve many functions, but perhaps the most important is their role as primary negotiator on your behalf. As your Realtor, I realize your goal is to sell your home as quickly as possible, and for the most money possible. I will work closely with you during the negotiation process to facilitate this goal.
I bring to the process the knowledge and skills to draw up legally binding contracts, to assist in negotiating offers and counteroffers, and to offer counsel and perspective as you work toward your selling goals.
I adhere to the extensive Code of Ethics of the Canadian Real Estate Association. Several provinces have additional Codes of Ethics governing the behaviour of real estate professionals. I put your interests first, in accordance with the ethical standards.