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Low Commission Real Estate Agents Hamilton Ontario | MLS® REALTOR® | Hamilton Ontario Real Estate |

You Don’t Need to Settle for an Inexperienced or Part-Time REALTOR® to
Get a GREAT Commission Rate!!

Are you looking for Professional Real Estate Services at a Great Commission Rate in Hamilton?

Do you want to SELL with an Experienced, FULL-TIME REALTOR® ?

Don’t worry we have the SMART Solution.
Your Search for Full Service & Great Commission Rates is OVER!!!

A Local LEADER in Real Estate Commission Solutions since 1995 in Hamilton, Ontario.

We are the SMART Choice for: Home Owners, Commercial Property Owners, Investors and Developers.

Now you can SELL with a FULL-TIME, Knowledgeable REALTOR® for a Super Commission Rate.

All types of Real Estate Qualify for our GREAT RATES:
Residential Single Family Homes, Townhouses: Condos & Freehold, Condominium Apartments, Commercial and Investment Properties.

Not enough for you?

Want to know the reasons to choose us?

Innovative & Creative Solutions, Low Commission Rates, FULL-TIME Professional Service and 25+ years of Local Area, REALTOR® Experience.

See what our Clients say by visiting our Testimonial page at www.coronarealty.ca

Want to get SELLING? Contact us Today!

Andrew Ielasi, Broker of Record, Corona Realty Inc., Brokerage (905) 525-3311 or visit our website at www.coronarealty.ca , www.facebook.com/CoronaRealty, @CoronaRealty, www.youtube.com/CoronaRealty

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Looking for a Low Commission Real Estate Agent when Selling Your Home on MLS® with a REALTOR® in Hamilton Ontario??

We’ll Sell Your Home for a Great Commission Rate on MLS®. Our brokerage has been providing our clients alternative commission rates and outstanding REALTOR® service since 1995. A Low Commission Rate for Listing your Hamilton Ontario home on MLS® with an experienced, Full Time REALTOR® with over 25+ years of real estate sales experience. Listing your Hamilton Ontario area home for a Low Commission Rate with a REALTOR® on MLS® will give you the exposure and professional representation you need to get the results you want when selling.

Anyone can SAY they’ll sell your home for a good commission rate. Andrew Ielasi, Broker of Record of Corona Realty Inc., Brokerage has been providing his clients with great commission rates, outstanding REALTOR® service and proven Results since 1995. If you’re thinking of selling you’ll need a REALTOR® who’ll provide FULL Service and MLS® exposure at a reasonable commission rate.

Smart Consumers know that it’s not what you PAY, it’s what you GET! And with Andrew, you GET Proven Results.

So, make the SMART Choice!

Buying or Selling Call Andrew Ielasi, Broker of Record, today at (905) 525-3311 or visit www.coronarealty.ca for details.

Testimonials for Corona Realty Inc., Brokerage

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TESTIMONIALS

“Thanks for the great work selling our home so quickly.  We listed with you and Corona Realty and within about one week we received an offer which we accepted.  We got a great price for our home.

You charged us a commission rate that we could not find with any other real estate company……”

-          Philip & Samantha S.

 

“……I listed with you and your real estate company, Corona Realty, because of the low commission rates.  Now, I’m very glad that I did…….

I got all the services of the large, high commission real estate companies without the high commission rate…….”

-          Michael L.

 

“……Your service was very professional.  My home was advertised in magazines, it was placed on the Mls and on the internet on Realtor.ca and on your own website.  I had a lot of showings from other agents and it sold quickly.

Other agents wanted to charge me as much as 5% commission.  So, I listed with your company, Corona Realty……”

-          Gary S.

 

“……You gave us dedicated and personalized service and charged a lower commission rate than any other company we interviewed.

Our home was listed on the MLS, it was advertised extensively on real estate magazines and the internet……We got great results and sold our home for very close to asking price.”

-          Donald H.

 

“……I listed my house with your brokerage on Monday and on Wednesday, in just 2 days, I accepted an offer.  I got very close to asking price.  Your service was great……

You were very professional, you listed the house on MLS as advertised, it went on the internet on MLS.ca and it was sold.  Now, I’m sold on your service and your commission.  I’m telling anyone I know that’s thinking of selling about you and your real estate company.”

-          Kristian N.

 

“I’m writing to thank you for your help in selling our home and providing us with an incredible commission rate.  I’m glad you were able to sell our home quickly and at a great price.

……other agents we talked to insisted that if we did not pay top commission fees that we would not be able to sell our home.

Well,……we paid a much lower commission……and we SOLD our home quickly!!

Thanks for the Savings.  I’ll definitely be telling my friends about your service.”

-          John P.

 

“……In less than 2 weeks after listing with you……I accepted an offer and got it sold……I’m especially pleased about the super commission rate that you provided……

Before I listed……I used a private sale company.  I had it listed with them for over 6 months.  I paid them up front but I got very little in return.  During all that time I did not get one offer.

I think you’ve got a winning combination.  All the service, experience and marketing resources of a regular real estate brokerage plus a fantastic commission rate.

-          Susan E.

 

“……we previously had our house listed for several months with another national franchise brokerage…… Although they were charging us a commission fee of 5%, they were unable to sell our property.

Next, we tried to sell privately with one of those do it yourself  Private for Sale companies.  They took our money upfront, but we received no service, no open houses, no advice and, most importantly, NO OFFERS.   Once they take your money, you’re on your own.  All they provide is a for sale sign.

When we first spoke to you we were a little skeptical about your brokerage……However, our concerns were soon eliminated.  Our home was listed on the MLS, placed on the internet on MLS.ca, advertised in various magazines……within the first couple of weeks.

Within four weeks of listing with your brokerage we accepted an offer and Sold our home……compared to the other traditional commission brokerage we were using, we Saved $12,000.  We were able to sell our house very close to the asking price which was also a pleasant surprise.”

-          L. & L. D.

 

“……in just 5 days I accepted an offer for very close to my listing price.  Your service was fantastic!  You listed the home on MLS and on the internet on Realtor.ca.  My home got excellent marketing exposure and that’s what got it sold so fast.

……I’m sure that anyone who knows about your service and commission rates won’t list with anyone else.

It’s a very good idea for today’s tough economic times……It makes a lot of sense to me.  I’m sure your other clients love it too.”

-          Grahame M.

 

“……A short time ago we had our home listed with one of the largest real estate companies…… We were paying a much higher commission rate of 5%.  After more than 3 months our home did not sell.

We listed the property with you……for the same price we had it listed before and in just 5 days you got us a great price……Your service was great.  You did everything the other real estate agent did and charged us a lower commission.

……Not only did we save a lot of money, but we sold it very fast.”

-          Salvatore & Anna P.

 

“Thank you for all your hard work in getting our home sold in such a short time and for a great price.  In less than 2 weeks you got us an offer and we sold our home.

We can’t believe that some people are still paying 5% commission or more to sell their home with other real estate companies……

We’re not sure if it’s because you are the broker of record and president of your own brokerage that you can offer such great rates.  All we know is that you provided the same Mls services the other sales representatives from other companies said they would provide.  The only difference was that we paid a ridiculously low commission rate.  We were not able to get his rate from any other sales representative or broker that we spoke to…….

……In total, we saved $11,300 by using your real estate services……”

-          Gail H.

 

“Thanks for doing such a great job selling our home.  You sold it quickly and for very close to our asking price.

……Other agents wanted to charge us a lot more for the same service…….

You have great service and very low commission fees.  We are going to recommend you to everyone we know.”

-          Gerald & Marion F.

 

“……thank you for the great job you did in selling my home……

The reason I called your brokerage to list my home was because I saw many of your ads……Other agents wanted 5% commission.  They told me that if I did not pay this higher commission rate that I would not be able to sell my home.

You sold my home and I got very close to my asking price.  You……still provided Mls service, advertising in magazines and on the internet……I got a lot of showings by other realtors.  In fact, it was another realtor that brought us the offer that I accepted.

I saved …….by using your real estate services instead of paying a 5% commission rate.

That means I’ll have……less mortgage to pay on my next home.  And, over the years, I’ll save a lot more in mortgage interest payments and be able to pay off my mortgage much sooner.

I’ll be telling all my friends and family about your excellent service and huge commission savings.”

-          Anne M.

 

“……We sold other homes before and used the services of other real estate agents and companies.  We’ve always had to pay a much higher commission rate and we’ve never received service as good as what you provided.  Before listing our current home, we compared your service and commission rates with those of other real estate companies and no one came close to being as good as what you offered.

Our only slight concern was that……we thought we might not get the service we needed to sell our home for the price we wanted.  Once we listed with you, we quickly realized that this was not the case.  We got Great Service.  Our house was listed on the mls and on realtor.ca, it was advertised often in different magazines……and we got a lot of potential purchasers and their agents to come through our home.

You got us our Full Asking Price……In total, we saved more than $9,100.  We even got more for our home than our neighbour’s home which is very similar and was sold not too long ago.

……We will be telling all our friends about your service and recommending you to everyone we know.

-          I. & N. N.

 

“Thanks for selling our home so fast.  In less than a week your marketing efforts generated many showings of our home by a number of different realtors……

We received an offer in just a few days and sold our home within a week!

……The lower commission did not mean less service.

Thank you for your personal and professional service, it was a pleasure working with you.  We definitely will recommend you to others.

-          Dan & Kathy B.

 

“Thank you for selling our home so quickly.  It took less than 3 weeks for you to get us an offer which was very close to our listing price.

Compared to other realtors that we contacted, you had the lowest commission rate while still providing mls service……Your service was very professional and you did everything that you promised.  Your team also helped us purchase another home in record time……

We will make sure to recommend your services to all our friends.”

-          Dale & Joyce M.

 

“……In less than 2 weeks, you were able to get us an offer which was very close to our asking price.

Your service was excellent……You also provided all the services that the other Realtors said they would provide……

You and your team also helped us find our new home.  It’s just what we were searching for.

The whole experience of selling and buying has worked out perfectly.  You were very professional and provided straight forward answers and solutions to all our concerns.

We’ll definitely use your services again the next time we move”.

-          A. M. & S. R.

 

“Thank you for the excellent job you did recently with the sale of our home.  We were very impressed with the fact that you were able to provide a high level of service and still charge us a very low commission rate that we were unable to get with any other real estate company.

Previously, we were listed with one of the largest real estate brokerages…….Even though this brokerage was charging us 5% commission to sell our home, they were unable to sell it.

We listed with your brokerage……we didn’t expect that we would get better service than the company that was charging us 5% to sell our home.

Our home was listed on the Mls, it was placed on the internet on Realtor.ca and your website, it was advertised many times in different real estate papers and magazines and we got more showings than when we were listed with the other brokerage that was charging us 5% commission……

Our home sold for close to list price and we saved……

We are impressed with your professional and friendly service.  And further, we are very pleased with the huge savings in commission fees that you were able to provide us.”

-          B. & R. R.

 

“……Within a week or two of listing our home, we received our first offer which we did not accept.  Then, about two weeks later, we got another offer which we accepted and within another few days, it was sold firm.  It was very close to the listing price, too.

……we considered listing with your larger competitors in the area…….However, your company was the only one we saw that advertised your commission rates.  We thought that made sense.  Every other business seems to advertise their prices for products and services.  However, real estate companies don’t seem to advertise their commission fees very often……

Your service included everything that the other brokerages said they would do.  Our home was listed on the MLS, it was advertised in magazines and newspapers, it was on the internet on realtor.ca and on your own website…… we had many showings from other agents from other real estate companies.

As seniors we have a limited budget and need to spend our money wisely.  We often shop and make our decisions based on value.  Not just the best price, but also the best service or product for the price.  We’re pretty confident that we got the best value by listing with you and your real estate company.

……You did more than you promised and we received far better results than we had hoped for.  We’ll be telling all our friends about your great service and low commission rates.”

-          Terrence & Monique C.

Why some Real Estate Agents need to charge High Commission Rates instead of Low Commission Rates| Ancaster Ontario| REALTOR MLS|

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Why some Real Estate Agents need to charge High Commission Rates instead of Low Commission Rates| Ancaster Ontario| REALTOR MLS|

If you spent your working day performing tasks that did not make money for yourself or your employer, you would also have to charge a lot of money when you did FINALLY make some money.

This is the reason that many REALTORS® need to charge high commission rates. The truth is that many REALTORS® spend most of their working day searching for work, not doing work. They spend time knocking on doors or cold calling prospective buyers or sellers. They spend huge amounts of money marketing their services and promoting themselves and their Brands. Very expensive sources such as radio spots, billboards, newspaper ads, magazines ads, on-line marketing and other sources are used to try to obtain new customers for their services. Their brokerages do not provide them with clients. The individual REALTORS® need to go out and find their own clients. This means that these costs will have to be recouped through the commission fees they charge when they finally do get a client. These costs are largely unrelated to the actual services that the client will receive from the REALTOR®.

Further, these REALTORS® spend countless hours providing Free Evaluations of homes to people that may not even be selling their homes now just so that they can meet home sellers and possibly make them their clients in the future. And, even if they are selling now, the home owners may be obtaining 4, 5 or even more Free Home Evaluations from various REALTORS®. This means that all but one of the evaluations will have been a waste of work, time and resources for all the other REALTORS® that do not get that listing. This waste of time for the REALTOR® will have to be made up in the Commission Rate charged to their client when he/she does in fact get a client.

Of course a REALTOR® will need to charge a high commission when he/she finally does get a client using this antiquated and inefficient approach.

Rather than performing the job of selling homes, they are wasting their time and money trying to find clients to work for. As the authors of Freakonomics (economists Dubner and Levitt) write, “Most real-estate agents seem to spend 95 percent of their energy chasing clients (for which they are paid nothing) and 5 percent actually serving them (for which they are paid way too much).” This suggests that 95% of an agent’s time is wasted on tasks that do not provide any results for the client. This inefficiency is what causes high commission rates to have to be charged to the home sellers.

Our approach is totally different. Because we offer low commission rates, clients find us directly through the internet, our website and through word of mouth referrals. We get many more clients than if we were charging higher commission rates. This frees up our time and resources so that we can provide our clients the REALTOR® services that they have actually hired us to perform: listing their homes on the MLS®, marketing the property, securing an offer and negotiating the sale of the home. Additionally, many of our clients that have received a low commission rate when selling their homes will also need to buy another home. Therefore, we again do not need to waste our time and resources searching for buyers. Since we don’t need to waste time searching for clients to work with, we can focus on providing our buyer clients with the REALTOR® services they need to find the home they really want.

This system makes much more sense than the traditional high commission rate approach to real estate sales. It’s a win-win for both the home owner and our REALTORS®. The inefficiencies of the traditional approach have been largely eliminated. Therefore, the client can get all of the benefits of MLS® and REALTOR® service without the inefficiencies and costs associated with these inefficiencies.

It’s that simple. That’s why, since 1995, our low commission rate approach has been working so well for our brokerage. And, why it’s been so appealing for our clients.

The proof that this low commission approach is so powerful is in the fact that more and more home sellers are choosing to pay low commission rates for great MLS® and REALTOR® service. Why would YOU want to pay MORE?

See the video below for details. Or, visit our website at www.coronarealty.ca .

How to choose a Low Commission Rate (One Percent Commission Rate) Real Estate Agent | MLS REALTOR | Dundas Ontario|

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How to choose a Low Commission Rate (One Percent Commission Rate) Real Estate Agent | MLS REALTOR | Dundas Ontario|

When choosing any REALTOR to sell your home, be it a low commission rate REALTOR, a one percent commission rate REALTOR or a high commission rate REALTOR; make sure he/she is an experienced, qualified, Full-Time REALTOR who will place your home on the local MLS and on Realtor.ca. The MLS exposure is one of the most important tools that REALTORs have to sell your home.

Commission rates may vary from brokerage to brokerage. Therefore, in order to find a REALTOR that will provide the MLS Listing exposure that you want AND a low commission rate, you’ll need to find a REALTOR who is prepared to take a very small commission amount for himself/herself as a Listing Commission AND provide a comparable Selling Brokerage Commission to the Buyer’s REALTOR.

When negotiating for your best commission rate, simply ask the REALTOR what his/her best TOTAL Commission rate will be for selling your home. Make sure that you negotiate the TOTAL Commission rate not just the Listing Commission Rate. Make sure that the Total Commission rate that you are negotiating will include both the listing brokerage commission and the selling brokerage commission. The selling brokerage commission rate is the commission paid (from the Total Commission) to the buyers brokerage (the brokerage that brings the offer and the buyers). You’ll want to compare the Total Commission of a number of REALTORS as well as the service, experience and knowledge of these various REALTORS. Then, choose the one that best suits your needs.

You don’t need to get caught up with the colour of the sign on your lawn or with which REALTOR sends you magnets for your fridge every month. Your search for a good REALTOR just needs to consider what experience the REALTOR has to offer, his/her qualifications , whether the REALTOR is a Full-Time real estate professional and will be committed to working on selling your property Full-time and not as a hobby AND the TOTAL COMMISSION that you’ll have to pay for his/her REALTOR Services. Remember also that it is important to use a low commission REALTOR that has experience at selling homes using a low commission approach.

A traditional commission REALTOR may sometimes give a low commission on a one-off basis to simply compete with a low commission brokerage. But, you must consider if the traditional brokerage will have the experience to know how to sell homes using the low commission approach. The low commission REALTOR must be willing and able to take a much lower Total Commission than the traditional REALTOR that charges a traditional commission rate. The REALTOR that uses a low commission strategy with all Listings and has the proven results and experience with the low commission approach will best be able to employ this type of strategy.
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Below are some additional tips about choosing a REALTOR as described by Fabrice Taylor and Published in The Globe and Mail as a Special Report (Published Tuesday, Mar. 13 2012).
Fabrice Taylor writes about investing in Report on Business.

People spend more time shopping for a TV than for a real estate agent. This, sadly, can cost them thousands of dollars, and often does.

When house prices are surging and a modest home can cost $600,000, excitement can lead to indifference about what agents charge. But that’s a mistake under any circumstance. Homeowners who understand how the realty business works, which this little primer will attempt to explain, will be far better off.

Don’t hire a friend

The easiest mistake is hiring an agent simply because you know him or her – it’s a friend, a second cousin or just an acquaintance. You might not even want to hire that person, but it’s awkward to say no, or to haggle.

A friend of mine who wanted to sell his house hired his childhood pal because he pressed him for the listing. The agent sold the house in two days, which my friend at first thought was great work. When he discovered it sold fast because it was very underpriced, he had second thoughts. He paid $22,000 for this “service.”

Takeaway tip: Make your agent earn your business whether you know him or not.

Myth: You get what you pay for

Most people think commission rates are high but accept them anyway. There are full-service discount realtors who charge less and offer the same service. Why hasn’t this caught on faster?

Some homeowners are convinced by the industry that “you get what you pay for.” That’s what traditional agents always say. But it’s clearly not true. Are agents working twice as hard today as they were 10 or 15 years ago? Obviously not, yet commissions have doubled in that time along with home prices. Rates vary by province but assuming a 5-per-cent commission, the cost of selling an average-priced house in Toronto is $25,000 today compared, with half that a decade or so ago.

If you got what you paid for, they’d be working two times harder right? In fact, technology – Internet, smartphones, iPads – has made their jobs a lot easier. Commissions are too high in many cases. But what’s the right number? Is it 1 per cent? Or 3 per cent?

Takeaway tip: You should always negotiate the commission. Before you even let an agent in your door, ask them what they charge

How the realty industry operates

Before answering the 1 per cent or 3 per cent question above, you have to understand how the industry works. Agents who work for big-name firms have to charge a lot because they’re charged big fees, as much as $2,000 a month. It’s not that agents are greedy; it’s that big firms are charging them through the nose.

Takeaway tip: Avoid agents with big overheads; they’re more likely to be desperate to generate a quick commission to pay their bills, even if it’s at your expense.

Final takeaway tip: Do your homework and shop around. It may be old-school advice, but it’s so worth it.
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For more information or details about our commission rates and real estate services visit www.coronarealty.ca or contact Corona Realty Inc., Brokerage at (905) 525-3311

Real Estate: Low Commission Rate – One Percent Commission Rate? How Much Should You Pay? |Grimsby Ontario| MLS REALTOR|

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Real Estate: Low Commission Rate – One Percent Commission Rate?  How Much Should You Pay? |Grimsby Ontario| MLS REALTOR|

It’s Negotiable?

A lot of homeowners don’t realize that commissions are negotiable, and hashing out a mutually agreeable rate should be part of the process of choosing who to give the listing to. Commission rates may vary from brokerage to brokerage. Many home sellers are not used to having to negotiate when they are buying services or products. Therefore, if they are negotiating for a commission rate with a REALTOR who negotiates every day for a living, it’s not hard to see which party will normally win these negotiations. These financial negotiations are often not something your average home owner is comfortable doing. Because they are negotiating with someone who is supposed to represent their best interests in the selling process, the home owner does not want to push too much for fear that they may not get the representation they require throughout the rest of the selling process. And so, the negotiations are often not very satisfactory for the home owner.

An increasingly popular alternative are innovative real estate brokerages that have eliminated the sometimes dreaded commission rate negotiations. These low commission brokerages offer and advertise their low commission rates and therefore the home seller does not have to browbeat a REALTOR to lower the total commission. The strategy of these brokerages is to attract those home sellers that want MLS and REALTOR service, but don’t really see the benefit of overpaying for these same services.

Therefore, find a REALTOR who will list for a low commission rate based on your area’s market rates. Before making a final decision, speak to at least three agents to gauge their flexibility, as well as their knowledge of your community. Speak to REALTORS from the largest franchise brokerages in the area and from your area’s low commission brokerage. Ask them about their services, experience, qualifications and whether they are Part-Time REALTORS or Full-Time REALTORS. Then ask them very detailed questions about the Total Commission rates for selling your home on MLS.

Consider also that, in most cases, your agent doesn’t earn a dime until you sell your home. And therefore, this is an excellent incentive for your REALTOR to work hard to market and sell your home. If your low commission REALTOR, or any REALTOR, is asking you to pay up front, non-refundable listing fees to list your home on the MLS, then this incentive may no longer be part of the deal. Upfront fees ensure that the REALTOR has already done his/her job and has already made money listing your home whether you sell your home or not. Yes, the REALTOR may make additional fees if the house sells however, he/she has already made the sale – they’ve sold you a home selling package and the hope of selling your home without paying any additional commission fees. Often, they also advise that you should provide a “fair and comparable” commission rate to the buyer’s agent. Thereby admitting that, more often than not, you will have to enlist the help of a buyer’s REALTOR to sell your home. Even some non –licenced, for sale by owner marketers offer these kinds of packages. So, if you have to pay the buyer’s agent and an upfront non-refundable fee, are there actual commission savings with this concept? You may also have to do a lot of the work that is normally done by your listing REALTOR and pay the fees of a lawyer to review all offers. Make sure to account for these costs and inconveniences when you’re calculating any savings using this approach.

Consider all your options and pick the one that makes the most sense for you. Remember, not every approach is right for every home seller. Some home owners are more knowledgeable and don’t need the unnecessary extras that usually come with the high commission services. Some homes are not as marketable and would generally require more commission to be paid by the home sellers because they require more work to sell than your average home. These may be homes that are in need of a lot of repairs or are in undesirable locations in a town or city. They may be homes that have some unusual and undesired features. And, they may be homes that are improperly priced. The home owners of these types of homes should consider paying a higher commission so that they can get services that are above and beyond those needed to sell a more desirable home. But otherwise, for most homes the sellers should research and consider the services of both the traditional commission brokerages and the low commission brokerages in your area.

For information about our services and commission rates visit www.coronarealty.ca

What’s My Home Worth? What is the Value of My House? |Mississauga, Ontario|MLS® REALTOR®|

What Is My House Worth? Valuing Your Property:

Selling My Property / Pricing Your property

Knowing what your property is worth is an essential step towards completing a successful sale of your home. Property valuation is the process of analysing a home in order to determine what its real estate price is on the current market. This value is important because it can help you determine what the right listing price will be to attract potential buyers, and maximize your profits. Because there are numerous factors that go into property valuation, it’s a good idea to use the services of professionals in order to get the most up-to-date market information.

Buying or selling a home can be emotional or even stressful, because it is such a major financial transaction. Having the expertise of a professional real estate agent on your side can make a world of difference in how smoothly the process runs. Although there are many indicators that can help you place a value on your home, the most accurate and realistic figures will come from professional sources. Online valuation sources are good, but make sure they are backed by a local, licensed REALTOR® who is experienced and knows the market in your area. Don’t rely on valuation sources from an automated website generated without the expertise and knowledge that a local, professional REALTOR® adds to the process.

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Using the Services of a Real Estate Agent

The Right Listing Price can make a Big $$$ Difference!

For those who have just decided to put a property on the market, getting a clear picture of what your home is worth is an important first step. Although there are other sources that could provide some insight, the most reliable and cost-effective source is a real estate agent. It’s a real estate agent’s profession to follow the current market and know the most accurate price of your home. For best results, you’ll want to choose a real estate agent who has a strong working knowledge of your local area.

A local agent will not only know how houses are valued in general, but they will also be familiar with the specific variables that will affect your home’s value. These could include the number of comparable homes for sale in your neighbourhood, how long these homes have been on the market, and what the latest selling prices have been for comparable properties. They will have their finger on the pulse of what is happening in your local market, and can use this as a guide to give you a more accurate value. Because each agent will have a unique perspective, you may wish to get in contact with several local agents to discuss your needs. Their professional opinions can then be pooled together to give you a broad idea of how your home fits into the market.

Internet Sources of Information

In addition to using the services of a skilled and seasoned professional in your area, you may wish to use the internet as a general source of information. However, these are not a good substitution for a professional’s assistance. They won’t give you specific information about a property’s true condition and value in a way that a real estate agent can, nor will they have the kind of insider information that a local agent would be able to give you. Many important variables that can affect a home’s value will only be noticeable during an in-person inspection, which is why these online reports should only be used as a general guideline.

The Importance of an Accurate Valuation

What’s the Value of My Home?

When choosing the right real estate agent to represent your home, you’ll want to look at their expertise, experience, and reputation. As you start to receive and compare proposals for marketing your home from different agents, you can get valuations from them for free. Choosing an accurate valuation is very important, because if the price is set too high or too low it could compromise your transaction.

If the house price has been set too high, you may not receive any serious offers. This could lead to your home being on the market for a longer time period, which may scare away further buyers who may believe that something is inherently wrong with the property. Buyers are suspicious of properties that have been on the market for too long, thinking that there may be something undesirable about this property that has prevented it from being sold. They could also feel that they have the right to bargain for a lower price when it comes to properties that have been on the market longer.

Yet there are also dangers to setting the bar too low. This could also scare away buyers who may perceive that the property is low priced due to flaws or imperfections. Furthermore, you won’t receive the money you deserve even if the house sells quickly. A good real estate agent will be able to prevent both of these scenarios by helping you set the listing price as realistically and accurately as possible.

Factors that Affect Value

Factors such as your home’s overall size, quality of fixtures, and number of appliances will all weigh into its current value. However, there is far more that goes into this price. Your real estate agent will be able to help you compare your home to recently sold properties in your area, looking at further features such as the size of the lot and the home’s amenities. It’s also important to look at the current market in your neighbourhood. The right agent will have a strong working knowledge of comparable homes in the area and their sales prices, to help give you a better idea of what to expect.

Home improvements, upgrades, repairs, or extensions could also add to the value of your property. If you have made any home improvements in recent years, be sure to let your agent know about these so that they can factor this into the valuation. The neighbourhood itself will also factor into home values. Are there shopping centres, supermarkets, schools, parks, and hospitals nearby? Convenient public transport links and vicinity to metropolitan areas will all affect home values, as will crime rates and traffic levels.

Working with the Right Professional

Placing a value on your property is a complicated task, involving many variables which will change over time. Working with the right real estate agent will help you see the bigger picture and where your property fits in. Taking all of these factors into account will help you set a more accurate listing price, improving your chances of selling your home quickly and for the value it deserves.

You can get started with the process of valuing your home by clicking on the banner below and completing our Home Evaluation Form.

Once it is submitted, we’ll review the information and one of our Local, Knowledgeable REALTORS® will conduct a Comparable Market Analysis (CMA) of your home.

We’ll then e-mail you our results so that you can make a more informed decision as to the value of your home.

Complete the form and our report will be delivered to your email! It’s fast, simple and free!

All we need is an e-mail address and the information about your home. So, get started at your convenience. It will only take you less than a minute to complete.

For more information or details about our commission rates and real estate services visit www.coronarealty.ca or contact Corona Realty Inc., Brokerage at (905) 525-3311

What’s My Home Worth? What is the Value of My House? |Milton, Ontario|MLS® REALTOR®|

What Is My House Worth? Valuing Your Property:

Selling My Property / Pricing Your property

Knowing what your property is worth is an essential step towards completing a successful sale of your home. Property valuation is the process of analysing a home in order to determine what its real estate price is on the current market. This value is important because it can help you determine what the right listing price will be to attract potential buyers, and maximize your profits. Because there are numerous factors that go into property valuation, it’s a good idea to use the services of professionals in order to get the most up-to-date market information.

Buying or selling a home can be emotional or even stressful, because it is such a major financial transaction. Having the expertise of a professional real estate agent on your side can make a world of difference in how smoothly the process runs. Although there are many indicators that can help you place a value on your home, the most accurate and realistic figures will come from professional sources. Online valuation sources are good, but make sure they are backed by a local, licensed REALTOR® who is experienced and knows the market in your area. Don’t rely on valuation sources from an automated website generated without the expertise and knowledge that a local, professional REALTOR® adds to the process.

Did You Know You Can Get CASH BACK when Buying your Next Home
Using the Services of an Experienced REALTOR®??

Use the Calculator tool below to INSTANTLY Find Out
How Much CASH BACK you’ll Get!!

 

Using the Services of a Real Estate Agent

The Right Listing Price can make a Big $$$ Difference!

For those who have just decided to put a property on the market, getting a clear picture of what your home is worth is an important first step. Although there are other sources that could provide some insight, the most reliable and cost-effective source is a real estate agent. It’s a real estate agent’s profession to follow the current market and know the most accurate price of your home. For best results, you’ll want to choose a real estate agent who has a strong working knowledge of your local area.

A local agent will not only know how houses are valued in general, but they will also be familiar with the specific variables that will affect your home’s value. These could include the number of comparable homes for sale in your neighbourhood, how long these homes have been on the market, and what the latest selling prices have been for comparable properties. They will have their finger on the pulse of what is happening in your local market, and can use this as a guide to give you a more accurate value. Because each agent will have a unique perspective, you may wish to get in contact with several local agents to discuss your needs. Their professional opinions can then be pooled together to give you a broad idea of how your home fits into the market.

Internet Sources of Information

In addition to using the services of a skilled and seasoned professional in your area, you may wish to use the internet as a general source of information. However, these are not a good substitution for a professional’s assistance. They won’t give you specific information about a property’s true condition and value in a way that a real estate agent can, nor will they have the kind of insider information that a local agent would be able to give you. Many important variables that can affect a home’s value will only be noticeable during an in-person inspection, which is why these online reports should only be used as a general guideline.

The Importance of an Accurate Valuation

What’s the Value of My Home?

When choosing the right real estate agent to represent your home, you’ll want to look at their expertise, experience, and reputation. As you start to receive and compare proposals for marketing your home from different agents, you can get valuations from them for free. Choosing an accurate valuation is very important, because if the price is set too high or too low it could compromise your transaction.

If the house price has been set too high, you may not receive any serious offers. This could lead to your home being on the market for a longer time period, which may scare away further buyers who may believe that something is inherently wrong with the property. Buyers are suspicious of properties that have been on the market for too long, thinking that there may be something undesirable about this property that has prevented it from being sold. They could also feel that they have the right to bargain for a lower price when it comes to properties that have been on the market longer.

Yet there are also dangers to setting the bar too low. This could also scare away buyers who may perceive that the property is low priced due to flaws or imperfections. Furthermore, you won’t receive the money you deserve even if the house sells quickly. A good real estate agent will be able to prevent both of these scenarios by helping you set the listing price as realistically and accurately as possible.

Factors that Affect Value

Factors such as your home’s overall size, quality of fixtures, and number of appliances will all weigh into its current value. However, there is far more that goes into this price. Your real estate agent will be able to help you compare your home to recently sold properties in your area, looking at further features such as the size of the lot and the home’s amenities. It’s also important to look at the current market in your neighbourhood. The right agent will have a strong working knowledge of comparable homes in the area and their sales prices, to help give you a better idea of what to expect.

Home improvements, upgrades, repairs, or extensions could also add to the value of your property. If you have made any home improvements in recent years, be sure to let your agent know about these so that they can factor this into the valuation. The neighbourhood itself will also factor into home values. Are there shopping centres, supermarkets, schools, parks, and hospitals nearby? Convenient public transport links and vicinity to metropolitan areas will all affect home values, as will crime rates and traffic levels.

Working with the Right Professional

Placing a value on your property is a complicated task, involving many variables which will change over time. Working with the right real estate agent will help you see the bigger picture and where your property fits in. Taking all of these factors into account will help you set a more accurate listing price, improving your chances of selling your home quickly and for the value it deserves.

You can get started with the process of valuing your home by clicking on the banner below and completing our Home Evaluation Form.

Once it is submitted, we’ll review the information and one of our Local, Knowledgeable REALTORS® will conduct a Comparable Market Analysis (CMA) of your home.

We’ll then e-mail you our results so that you can make a more informed decision as to the value of your home.

Complete the form and our report will be delivered to your email! It’s fast, simple and free!

All we need is an e-mail address and the information about your home. So, get started at your convenience. It will only take you less than a minute to complete.

For more information or details about our commission rates and real estate services visit www.coronarealty.ca or contact Corona Realty Inc., Brokerage at (905) 525-3311

What’s My Home Worth? What is the Value of My House? |Oakville, Ontario|MLS® REALTOR®|

What Is My House Worth? Valuing Your Property:

Selling My Property / Pricing Your property

Knowing what your property is worth is an essential step towards completing a successful sale of your home. Property valuation is the process of analysing a home in order to determine what its real estate price is on the current market. This value is important because it can help you determine what the right listing price will be to attract potential buyers, and maximize your profits. Because there are numerous factors that go into property valuation, it’s a good idea to use the services of professionals in order to get the most up-to-date market information.

Buying or selling a home can be emotional or even stressful, because it is such a major financial transaction. Having the expertise of a professional real estate agent on your side can make a world of difference in how smoothly the process runs. Although there are many indicators that can help you place a value on your home, the most accurate and realistic figures will come from professional sources. Online valuation sources are good, but make sure they are backed by a local, licensed REALTOR® who is experienced and knows the market in your area. Don’t rely on valuation sources from an automated website generated without the expertise and knowledge that a local, professional REALTOR® adds to the process.

Did You Know You Can Get CASH BACK when Buying your Next Home
Using the Services of an Experienced REALTOR®??

Use the Calculator tool below to INSTANTLY Find Out
How Much CASH BACK you’ll Get!!

 

Using the Services of a Real Estate Agent

The Right Listing Price can make a Big $$$ Difference!

For those who have just decided to put a property on the market, getting a clear picture of what your home is worth is an important first step. Although there are other sources that could provide some insight, the most reliable and cost-effective source is a real estate agent. It’s a real estate agent’s profession to follow the current market and know the most accurate price of your home. For best results, you’ll want to choose a real estate agent who has a strong working knowledge of your local area.

A local agent will not only know how houses are valued in general, but they will also be familiar with the specific variables that will affect your home’s value. These could include the number of comparable homes for sale in your neighbourhood, how long these homes have been on the market, and what the latest selling prices have been for comparable properties. They will have their finger on the pulse of what is happening in your local market, and can use this as a guide to give you a more accurate value. Because each agent will have a unique perspective, you may wish to get in contact with several local agents to discuss your needs. Their professional opinions can then be pooled together to give you a broad idea of how your home fits into the market.

Internet Sources of Information

In addition to using the services of a skilled and seasoned professional in your area, you may wish to use the internet as a general source of information. However, these are not a good substitution for a professional’s assistance. They won’t give you specific information about a property’s true condition and value in a way that a real estate agent can, nor will they have the kind of insider information that a local agent would be able to give you. Many important variables that can affect a home’s value will only be noticeable during an in-person inspection, which is why these online reports should only be used as a general guideline.

The Importance of an Accurate Valuation

What’s the Value of My Home?

When choosing the right real estate agent to represent your home, you’ll want to look at their expertise, experience, and reputation. As you start to receive and compare proposals for marketing your home from different agents, you can get valuations from them for free. Choosing an accurate valuation is very important, because if the price is set too high or too low it could compromise your transaction.

If the house price has been set too high, you may not receive any serious offers. This could lead to your home being on the market for a longer time period, which may scare away further buyers who may believe that something is inherently wrong with the property. Buyers are suspicious of properties that have been on the market for too long, thinking that there may be something undesirable about this property that has prevented it from being sold. They could also feel that they have the right to bargain for a lower price when it comes to properties that have been on the market longer.

Yet there are also dangers to setting the bar too low. This could also scare away buyers who may perceive that the property is low priced due to flaws or imperfections. Furthermore, you won’t receive the money you deserve even if the house sells quickly. A good real estate agent will be able to prevent both of these scenarios by helping you set the listing price as realistically and accurately as possible.

Factors that Affect Value

Factors such as your home’s overall size, quality of fixtures, and number of appliances will all weigh into its current value. However, there is far more that goes into this price. Your real estate agent will be able to help you compare your home to recently sold properties in your area, looking at further features such as the size of the lot and the home’s amenities. It’s also important to look at the current market in your neighbourhood. The right agent will have a strong working knowledge of comparable homes in the area and their sales prices, to help give you a better idea of what to expect.

Home improvements, upgrades, repairs, or extensions could also add to the value of your property. If you have made any home improvements in recent years, be sure to let your agent know about these so that they can factor this into the valuation. The neighbourhood itself will also factor into home values. Are there shopping centres, supermarkets, schools, parks, and hospitals nearby? Convenient public transport links and vicinity to metropolitan areas will all affect home values, as will crime rates and traffic levels.

Working with the Right Professional

Placing a value on your property is a complicated task, involving many variables which will change over time. Working with the right real estate agent will help you see the bigger picture and where your property fits in. Taking all of these factors into account will help you set a more accurate listing price, improving your chances of selling your home quickly and for the value it deserves.

You can get started with the process of valuing your home by clicking on the banner below and completing our Home Evaluation Form.

Once it is submitted, we’ll review the information and one of our Local, Knowledgeable REALTORS® will conduct a Comparable Market Analysis (CMA) of your home.

We’ll then e-mail you our results so that you can make a more informed decision as to the value of your home.

Complete the form and our report will be delivered to your email! It’s fast, simple and free!

All we need is an e-mail address and the information about your home. So, get started at your convenience. It will only take you less than a minute to complete.

For more information or details about our commission rates and real estate services visit www.coronarealty.ca or contact Corona Realty Inc., Brokerage at (905) 525-3311

What’s My Home Worth? What is the Value of My House? |Hamilton, Ontario|MLS® REALTOR®|

What Is My House Worth? Valuing Your Property:

Selling My Property / Pricing Your property

Knowing what your property is worth is an essential step towards completing a successful sale of your home. Property valuation is the process of analysing a home in order to determine what its real estate price is on the current market. This value is important because it can help you determine what the right listing price will be to attract potential buyers, and maximize your profits. Because there are numerous factors that go into property valuation, it’s a good idea to use the services of professionals in order to get the most up-to-date market information.

Buying or selling a home can be emotional or even stressful, because it is such a major financial transaction. Having the expertise of a professional real estate agent on your side can make a world of difference in how smoothly the process runs. Although there are many indicators that can help you place a value on your home, the most accurate and realistic figures will come from professional sources. Online valuation sources are good, but make sure they are backed by a local, licensed REALTOR® who is experienced and knows the market in your area. Don’t rely on valuation sources from an automated website generated without the expertise and knowledge that a local, professional REALTOR® adds to the process.

Did You Know You Can Get CASH BACK when Buying your Next Home
Using the Services of an Experienced REALTOR®??

Use the Calculator tool below to INSTANTLY Find Out
How Much CASH BACK you’ll Get!!

 

Using the Services of a Real Estate Agent

The Right Listing Price can make a Big $$$ Difference!

For those who have just decided to put a property on the market, getting a clear picture of what your home is worth is an important first step. Although there are other sources that could provide some insight, the most reliable and cost-effective source is a real estate agent. It’s a real estate agent’s profession to follow the current market and know the most accurate price of your home. For best results, you’ll want to choose a real estate agent who has a strong working knowledge of your local area.

A local agent will not only know how houses are valued in general, but they will also be familiar with the specific variables that will affect your home’s value. These could include the number of comparable homes for sale in your neighbourhood, how long these homes have been on the market, and what the latest selling prices have been for comparable properties. They will have their finger on the pulse of what is happening in your local market, and can use this as a guide to give you a more accurate value. Because each agent will have a unique perspective, you may wish to get in contact with several local agents to discuss your needs. Their professional opinions can then be pooled together to give you a broad idea of how your home fits into the market.

Internet Sources of Information

In addition to using the services of a skilled and seasoned professional in your area, you may wish to use the internet as a general source of information. However, these are not a good substitution for a professional’s assistance. They won’t give you specific information about a property’s true condition and value in a way that a real estate agent can, nor will they have the kind of insider information that a local agent would be able to give you. Many important variables that can affect a home’s value will only be noticeable during an in-person inspection, which is why these online reports should only be used as a general guideline.

The Importance of an Accurate Valuation

What’s the Value of My Home?

When choosing the right real estate agent to represent your home, you’ll want to look at their expertise, experience, and reputation. As you start to receive and compare proposals for marketing your home from different agents, you can get valuations from them for free. Choosing an accurate valuation is very important, because if the price is set too high or too low it could compromise your transaction.

If the house price has been set too high, you may not receive any serious offers. This could lead to your home being on the market for a longer time period, which may scare away further buyers who may believe that something is inherently wrong with the property. Buyers are suspicious of properties that have been on the market for too long, thinking that there may be something undesirable about this property that has prevented it from being sold. They could also feel that they have the right to bargain for a lower price when it comes to properties that have been on the market longer.

Yet there are also dangers to setting the bar too low. This could also scare away buyers who may perceive that the property is low priced due to flaws or imperfections. Furthermore, you won’t receive the money you deserve even if the house sells quickly. A good real estate agent will be able to prevent both of these scenarios by helping you set the listing price as realistically and accurately as possible.

Factors that Affect Value

Factors such as your home’s overall size, quality of fixtures, and number of appliances will all weigh into its current value. However, there is far more that goes into this price. Your real estate agent will be able to help you compare your home to recently sold properties in your area, looking at further features such as the size of the lot and the home’s amenities. It’s also important to look at the current market in your neighbourhood. The right agent will have a strong working knowledge of comparable homes in the area and their sales prices, to help give you a better idea of what to expect.

Home improvements, upgrades, repairs, or extensions could also add to the value of your property. If you have made any home improvements in recent years, be sure to let your agent know about these so that they can factor this into the valuation. The neighbourhood itself will also factor into home values. Are there shopping centres, supermarkets, schools, parks, and hospitals nearby? Convenient public transport links and vicinity to metropolitan areas will all affect home values, as will crime rates and traffic levels.

Working with the Right Professional

Placing a value on your property is a complicated task, involving many variables which will change over time. Working with the right real estate agent will help you see the bigger picture and where your property fits in. Taking all of these factors into account will help you set a more accurate listing price, improving your chances of selling your home quickly and for the value it deserves.

You can get started with the process of valuing your home by clicking on the banner below and completing our Home Evaluation Form.

Once it is submitted, we’ll review the information and one of our Local, Knowledgeable REALTORS® will conduct a Comparable Market Analysis (CMA) of your home.

We’ll then e-mail you our results so that you can make a more informed decision as to the value of your home.

Complete the form and our report will be delivered to your email! It’s fast, simple and free!

All we need is an e-mail address and the information about your home. So, get started at your convenience. It will only take you less than a minute to complete.

For more information or details about our commission rates and real estate services visit www.coronarealty.ca or contact Corona Realty Inc., Brokerage at (905) 525-3311

What’s My Home Worth? What is the Value of My House? |Caledonia, Ontario|MLS® REALTOR®|

What Is My House Worth? Valuing Your Property:

Selling My Property / Pricing Your property

Knowing what your property is worth is an essential step towards completing a successful sale of your home. Property valuation is the process of analysing a home in order to determine what its real estate price is on the current market. This value is important because it can help you determine what the right listing price will be to attract potential buyers, and maximize your profits. Because there are numerous factors that go into property valuation, it’s a good idea to use the services of professionals in order to get the most up-to-date market information.

Buying or selling a home can be emotional or even stressful, because it is such a major financial transaction. Having the expertise of a professional real estate agent on your side can make a world of difference in how smoothly the process runs. Although there are many indicators that can help you place a value on your home, the most accurate and realistic figures will come from professional sources. Online valuation sources are good, but make sure they are backed by a local, licensed REALTOR® who is experienced and knows the market in your area. Don’t rely on valuation sources from an automated website generated without the expertise and knowledge that a local, professional REALTOR® adds to the process.

Did You Know You Can Get CASH BACK when Buying your Next Home
Using the Services of an Experienced REALTOR®??

Use the Calculator tool below to INSTANTLY Find Out
How Much CASH BACK you’ll Get!!

 

Using the Services of a Real Estate Agent

The Right Listing Price can make a Big $$$ Difference!

For those who have just decided to put a property on the market, getting a clear picture of what your home is worth is an important first step. Although there are other sources that could provide some insight, the most reliable and cost-effective source is a real estate agent. It’s a real estate agent’s profession to follow the current market and know the most accurate price of your home. For best results, you’ll want to choose a real estate agent who has a strong working knowledge of your local area.

A local agent will not only know how houses are valued in general, but they will also be familiar with the specific variables that will affect your home’s value. These could include the number of comparable homes for sale in your neighbourhood, how long these homes have been on the market, and what the latest selling prices have been for comparable properties. They will have their finger on the pulse of what is happening in your local market, and can use this as a guide to give you a more accurate value. Because each agent will have a unique perspective, you may wish to get in contact with several local agents to discuss your needs. Their professional opinions can then be pooled together to give you a broad idea of how your home fits into the market.

Internet Sources of Information

In addition to using the services of a skilled and seasoned professional in your area, you may wish to use the internet as a general source of information. However, these are not a good substitution for a professional’s assistance. They won’t give you specific information about a property’s true condition and value in a way that a real estate agent can, nor will they have the kind of insider information that a local agent would be able to give you. Many important variables that can affect a home’s value will only be noticeable during an in-person inspection, which is why these online reports should only be used as a general guideline.

The Importance of an Accurate Valuation

What’s the Value of My Home?

When choosing the right real estate agent to represent your home, you’ll want to look at their expertise, experience, and reputation. As you start to receive and compare proposals for marketing your home from different agents, you can get valuations from them for free. Choosing an accurate valuation is very important, because if the price is set too high or too low it could compromise your transaction.

If the house price has been set too high, you may not receive any serious offers. This could lead to your home being on the market for a longer time period, which may scare away further buyers who may believe that something is inherently wrong with the property. Buyers are suspicious of properties that have been on the market for too long, thinking that there may be something undesirable about this property that has prevented it from being sold. They could also feel that they have the right to bargain for a lower price when it comes to properties that have been on the market longer.

Yet there are also dangers to setting the bar too low. This could also scare away buyers who may perceive that the property is low priced due to flaws or imperfections. Furthermore, you won’t receive the money you deserve even if the house sells quickly. A good real estate agent will be able to prevent both of these scenarios by helping you set the listing price as realistically and accurately as possible.

Many Factors Affect Your Home’s Value

Factors that Affect Value

Factors such as your home’s overall size, quality of fixtures, and number of appliances will all weigh into its current value. However, there is far more that goes into this price. Your real estate agent will be able to help you compare your home to recently sold properties in your area, looking at further features such as the size of the lot and the home’s amenities. It’s also important to look at the current market in your neighbourhood. The right agent will have a strong working knowledge of comparable homes in the area and their sales prices, to help give you a better idea of what to expect.

Home improvements, upgrades, repairs, or extensions could also add to the value of your property. If you have made any home improvements in recent years, be sure to let your agent know about these so that they can factor this into the valuation. The neighbourhood itself will also factor into home values. Are there shopping centres, supermarkets, schools, parks, and hospitals nearby? Convenient public transport links and vicinity to metropolitan areas will all affect home values, as will crime rates and traffic levels.

Working with the Right Professional

Placing a value on your property is a complicated task, involving many variables which will change over time. Working with the right real estate agent will help you see the bigger picture and where your property fits in. Taking all of these factors into account will help you set a more accurate listing price, improving your chances of selling your home quickly and for the value it deserves.

You can get started with the process of valuing your home by clicking on the banner below and completing our Home Evaluation Form.

Once it is submitted, we’ll review the information and one of our Local, Knowledgeable REALTORS® will conduct a Comparable Market Analysis (CMA) of your home.

We’ll then e-mail you our results so that you can make a more informed decision as to the value of your home.

Complete the form and our report will be delivered to your email! It’s fast, simple and free!

All we need is an e-mail address and the information about your home. So, get started at your convenience. It will only take you less than a minute to complete.

For more information or details about our commission rates and real estate services visit www.coronarealty.ca or contact Corona Realty Inc., Brokerage at (905) 525-3311

What’s My Home Worth? What is the Value of My House? |Waterdown, Ontario|MLS® REALTOR®|

What Is My House Worth? Valuing Your Property:

Selling My Property / Pricing Your property

Knowing what your property is worth is an essential step towards completing a successful sale of your home. Property valuation is the process of analysing a home in order to determine what its real estate price is on the current market. This value is important because it can help you determine what the right listing price will be to attract potential buyers, and maximize your profits. Because there are numerous factors that go into property valuation, it’s a good idea to use the services of professionals in order to get the most up-to-date market information.

Buying or selling a home can be emotional or even stressful, because it is such a major financial transaction. Having the expertise of a professional real estate agent on your side can make a world of difference in how smoothly the process runs. Although there are many indicators that can help you place a value on your home, the most accurate and realistic figures will come from professional sources. Online valuation sources are good, but make sure they are backed by a local, licensed REALTOR® who is experienced and knows the market in your area. Don’t rely on valuation sources from an automated website generated without the expertise and knowledge that a local, professional REALTOR® adds to the process.

Did You Know You Can Get CASH BACK when Buying your Next Home
Using the Services of an Experienced REALTOR®??

Use the Calculator tool below to INSTANTLY Find Out
How Much CASH BACK you’ll Get!!

 

Using the Services of a Real Estate Agent

The Right Listing Price can make a Big $$$ Difference!

For those who have just decided to put a property on the market, getting a clear picture of what your home is worth is an important first step. Although there are other sources that could provide some insight, the most reliable and cost-effective source is a real estate agent. It’s a real estate agent’s profession to follow the current market and know the most accurate price of your home. For best results, you’ll want to choose a real estate agent who has a strong working knowledge of your local area.

A local agent will not only know how houses are valued in general, but they will also be familiar with the specific variables that will affect your home’s value. These could include the number of comparable homes for sale in your neighbourhood, how long these homes have been on the market, and what the latest selling prices have been for comparable properties. They will have their finger on the pulse of what is happening in your local market, and can use this as a guide to give you a more accurate value. Because each agent will have a unique perspective, you may wish to get in contact with several local agents to discuss your needs. Their professional opinions can then be pooled together to give you a broad idea of how your home fits into the market.

Internet Sources of Information

In addition to using the services of a skilled and seasoned professional in your area, you may wish to use the internet as a general source of information. However, these are not a good substitution for a professional’s assistance. They won’t give you specific information about a property’s true condition and value in a way that a real estate agent can, nor will they have the kind of insider information that a local agent would be able to give you. Many important variables that can affect a home’s value will only be noticeable during an in-person inspection, which is why these online reports should only be used as a general guideline.

The Importance of an Accurate Valuation

What’s the Value of My Home?

When choosing the right real estate agent to represent your home, you’ll want to look at their expertise, experience, and reputation. As you start to receive and compare proposals for marketing your home from different agents, you can get valuations from them for free. Choosing an accurate valuation is very important, because if the price is set too high or too low it could compromise your transaction.

If the house price has been set too high, you may not receive any serious offers. This could lead to your home being on the market for a longer time period, which may scare away further buyers who may believe that something is inherently wrong with the property. Buyers are suspicious of properties that have been on the market for too long, thinking that there may be something undesirable about this property that has prevented it from being sold. They could also feel that they have the right to bargain for a lower price when it comes to properties that have been on the market longer.

Yet there are also dangers to setting the bar too low. This could also scare away buyers who may perceive that the property is low priced due to flaws or imperfections. Furthermore, you won’t receive the money you deserve even if the house sells quickly. A good real estate agent will be able to prevent both of these scenarios by helping you set the listing price as realistically and accurately as possible.

Factors that Affect Value

Factors such as your home’s overall size, quality of fixtures, and number of appliances will all weigh into its current value. However, there is far more that goes into this price. Your real estate agent will be able to help you compare your home to recently sold properties in your area, looking at further features such as the size of the lot and the home’s amenities. It’s also important to look at the current market in your neighbourhood. The right agent will have a strong working knowledge of comparable homes in the area and their sales prices, to help give you a better idea of what to expect.

Home improvements, upgrades, repairs, or extensions could also add to the value of your property. If you have made any home improvements in recent years, be sure to let your agent know about these so that they can factor this into the valuation. The neighbourhood itself will also factor into home values. Are there shopping centres, supermarkets, schools, parks, and hospitals nearby? Convenient public transport links and vicinity to metropolitan areas will all affect home values, as will crime rates and traffic levels.

Working with the Right Professional

Placing a value on your property is a complicated task, involving many variables which will change over time. Working with the right real estate agent will help you see the bigger picture and where your property fits in. Taking all of these factors into account will help you set a more accurate listing price, improving your chances of selling your home quickly and for the value it deserves.

You can get started with the process of valuing your home by clicking on the banner below and completing our Home Evaluation Form.

Once it is submitted, we’ll review the information and one of our Local, Knowledgeable REALTORS® will conduct a Comparable Market Analysis (CMA) of your home.

We’ll then e-mail you our results so that you can make a more informed decision as to the value of your home.

Complete the form and our report will be delivered to your email! It’s fast, simple and free!

All we need is an e-mail address and the information about your home. So, get started at your convenience. It will only take you less than a minute to complete.

For more information or details about our commission rates and real estate services visit www.coronarealty.ca or contact Corona Realty Inc., Brokerage at (905) 525-3311

What’s My Home Worth? What is the Value of My House? |Dundas, Ontario|MLS® REALTOR®|

What Is My House Worth? Valuing Your Property:

Selling My Property / Pricing Your property

Knowing what your property is worth is an essential step towards completing a successful sale of your home. Property valuation is the process of analysing a home in order to determine what its real estate price is on the current market. This value is important because it can help you determine what the right listing price will be to attract potential buyers, and maximize your profits. Because there are numerous factors that go into property valuation, it’s a good idea to use the services of professionals in order to get the most up-to-date market information.

Buying or selling a home can be emotional or even stressful, because it is such a major financial transaction. Having the expertise of a professional real estate agent on your side can make a world of difference in how smoothly the process runs. Although there are many indicators that can help you place a value on your home, the most accurate and realistic figures will come from professional sources. Online valuation sources are good, but make sure they are backed by a local, licensed REALTOR® who is experienced and knows the market in your area. Don’t rely on valuation sources from an automated website generated without the expertise and knowledge that a local, professional REALTOR® adds to the process.

Did You Know You Can Get CASH BACK when Buying your Next Home
Using the Services of an Experienced REALTOR®??

Use the Calculator tool below to INSTANTLY Find Out
How Much CASH BACK you’ll Get!!

 

Using the Services of a Real Estate Agent

The Right Listing Price can make a Big $$$ Difference!

For those who have just decided to put a property on the market, getting a clear picture of what your home is worth is an important first step. Although there are other sources that could provide some insight, the most reliable and cost-effective source is a real estate agent. It’s a real estate agent’s profession to follow the current market and know the most accurate price of your home. For best results, you’ll want to choose a real estate agent who has a strong working knowledge of your local area.

A local agent will not only know how houses are valued in general, but they will also be familiar with the specific variables that will affect your home’s value. These could include the number of comparable homes for sale in your neighbourhood, how long these homes have been on the market, and what the latest selling prices have been for comparable properties. They will have their finger on the pulse of what is happening in your local market, and can use this as a guide to give you a more accurate value. Because each agent will have a unique perspective, you may wish to get in contact with several local agents to discuss your needs. Their professional opinions can then be pooled together to give you a broad idea of how your home fits into the market.

Internet Sources of Information

In addition to using the services of a skilled and seasoned professional in your area, you may wish to use the internet as a general source of information. However, these are not a good substitution for a professional’s assistance. They won’t give you specific information about a property’s true condition and value in a way that a real estate agent can, nor will they have the kind of insider information that a local agent would be able to give you. Many important variables that can affect a home’s value will only be noticeable during an in-person inspection, which is why these online reports should only be used as a general guideline.

The Importance of an Accurate Valuation

What’s the Value of My Home?

When choosing the right real estate agent to represent your home, you’ll want to look at their expertise, experience, and reputation. As you start to receive and compare proposals for marketing your home from different agents, you can get valuations from them for free. Choosing an accurate valuation is very important, because if the price is set too high or too low it could compromise your transaction.

If the house price has been set too high, you may not receive any serious offers. This could lead to your home being on the market for a longer time period, which may scare away further buyers who may believe that something is inherently wrong with the property. Buyers are suspicious of properties that have been on the market for too long, thinking that there may be something undesirable about this property that has prevented it from being sold. They could also feel that they have the right to bargain for a lower price when it comes to properties that have been on the market longer.

Yet there are also dangers to setting the bar too low. This could also scare away buyers who may perceive that the property is low priced due to flaws or imperfections. Furthermore, you won’t receive the money you deserve even if the house sells quickly. A good real estate agent will be able to prevent both of these scenarios by helping you set the listing price as realistically and accurately as possible.

Many Factors Affect Your Home’s Value

Factors that Affect Value

Factors such as your home’s overall size, quality of fixtures, and number of appliances will all weigh into its current value. However, there is far more that goes into this price. Your real estate agent will be able to help you compare your home to recently sold properties in your area, looking at further features such as the size of the lot and the home’s amenities. It’s also important to look at the current market in your neighbourhood. The right agent will have a strong working knowledge of comparable homes in the area and their sales prices, to help give you a better idea of what to expect.

Home improvements, upgrades, repairs, or extensions could also add to the value of your property. If you have made any home improvements in recent years, be sure to let your agent know about these so that they can factor this into the valuation. The neighbourhood itself will also factor into home values. Are there shopping centres, supermarkets, schools, parks, and hospitals nearby? Convenient public transport links and vicinity to metropolitan areas will all affect home values, as will crime rates and traffic levels.

Working with the Right Professional

Placing a value on your property is a complicated task, involving many variables which will change over time. Working with the right real estate agent will help you see the bigger picture and where your property fits in. Taking all of these factors into account will help you set a more accurate listing price, improving your chances of selling your home quickly and for the value it deserves.

You can get started with the process of valuing your home by clicking on the banner below and completing our Home Evaluation Form.

Once it is submitted, we’ll review the information and one of our Local, Knowledgeable REALTORS® will conduct a Comparable Market Analysis (CMA) of your home.

We’ll then e-mail you our results so that you can make a more informed decision as to the value of your home.

Complete the form and our report will be delivered to your email! It’s fast, simple and free!

All we need is an e-mail address and the information about your home. So, get started at your convenience. It will only take you less than a minute to complete.

For more information or details about our commission rates and real estate services visit www.coronarealty.ca or contact Corona Realty Inc., Brokerage at (905) 525-3311

What’s My Home Worth? What is the Value of My House? |Stoney Creek, Ontario|MLS® REALTOR®|

What Is My House Worth? Valuing Your Property:

Selling My Property / Pricing Your property

Knowing what your property is worth is an essential step towards completing a successful sale of your home. Property valuation is the process of analysing a home in order to determine what its real estate price is on the current market. This value is important because it can help you determine what the right listing price will be to attract potential buyers, and maximize your profits. Because there are numerous factors that go into property valuation, it’s a good idea to use the services of professionals in order to get the most up-to-date market information.

Buying or selling a home can be emotional or even stressful, because it is such a major financial transaction. Having the expertise of a professional real estate agent on your side can make a world of difference in how smoothly the process runs. Although there are many indicators that can help you place a value on your home, the most accurate and realistic figures will come from professional sources. Online valuation sources are good, but make sure they are backed by a local, licensed REALTOR® who is experienced and knows the market in your area. Don’t rely on valuation sources from an automated website generated without the expertise and knowledge that a local, professional REALTOR® adds to the process.

Did You Know You Can Get CASH BACK when Buying your Next Home
Using the Services of an Experienced REALTOR®??

Use the Calculator tool below to INSTANTLY Find Out
How Much CASH BACK you’ll Get!!

 

Using the Services of a Real Estate Agent

The Right Listing Price can make a Big $$$ Difference!

For those who have just decided to put a property on the market, getting a clear picture of what your home is worth is an important first step. Although there are other sources that could provide some insight, the most reliable and cost-effective source is a real estate agent. It’s a real estate agent’s profession to follow the current market and know the most accurate price of your home. For best results, you’ll want to choose a real estate agent who has a strong working knowledge of your local area.

A local agent will not only know how houses are valued in general, but they will also be familiar with the specific variables that will affect your home’s value. These could include the number of comparable homes for sale in your neighbourhood, how long these homes have been on the market, and what the latest selling prices have been for comparable properties. They will have their finger on the pulse of what is happening in your local market, and can use this as a guide to give you a more accurate value. Because each agent will have a unique perspective, you may wish to get in contact with several local agents to discuss your needs. Their professional opinions can then be pooled together to give you a broad idea of how your home fits into the market.

Internet Sources of Information

In addition to using the services of a skilled and seasoned professional in your area, you may wish to use the internet as a general source of information. However, these are not a good substitution for a professional’s assistance. They won’t give you specific information about a property’s true condition and value in a way that a real estate agent can, nor will they have the kind of insider information that a local agent would be able to give you. Many important variables that can affect a home’s value will only be noticeable during an in-person inspection, which is why these online reports should only be used as a general guideline.

The Importance of an Accurate Valuation

What’s the Value of My Home?

When choosing the right real estate agent to represent your home, you’ll want to look at their expertise, experience, and reputation. As you start to receive and compare proposals for marketing your home from different agents, you can get valuations from them for free. Choosing an accurate valuation is very important, because if the price is set too high or too low it could compromise your transaction.

If the house price has been set too high, you may not receive any serious offers. This could lead to your home being on the market for a longer time period, which may scare away further buyers who may believe that something is inherently wrong with the property. Buyers are suspicious of properties that have been on the market for too long, thinking that there may be something undesirable about this property that has prevented it from being sold. They could also feel that they have the right to bargain for a lower price when it comes to properties that have been on the market longer.

Yet there are also dangers to setting the bar too low. This could also scare away buyers who may perceive that the property is low priced due to flaws or imperfections. Furthermore, you won’t receive the money you deserve even if the house sells quickly. A good real estate agent will be able to prevent both of these scenarios by helping you set the listing price as realistically and accurately as possible.

Many Factors Affect Your Home’s Value

Factors that Affect Value

Factors such as your home’s overall size, quality of fixtures, and number of appliances will all weigh into its current value. However, there is far more that goes into this price. Your real estate agent will be able to help you compare your home to recently sold properties in your area, looking at further features such as the size of the lot and the home’s amenities. It’s also important to look at the current market in your neighbourhood. The right agent will have a strong working knowledge of comparable homes in the area and their sales prices, to help give you a better idea of what to expect.

Home improvements, upgrades, repairs, or extensions could also add to the value of your property. If you have made any home improvements in recent years, be sure to let your agent know about these so that they can factor this into the valuation. The neighbourhood itself will also factor into home values. Are there shopping centres, supermarkets, schools, parks, and hospitals nearby? Convenient public transport links and vicinity to metropolitan areas will all affect home values, as will crime rates and traffic levels.

Working with the Right Professional

Placing a value on your property is a complicated task, involving many variables which will change over time. Working with the right real estate agent will help you see the bigger picture and where your property fits in. Taking all of these factors into account will help you set a more accurate listing price, improving your chances of selling your home quickly and for the value it deserves.

You can get started with the process of valuing your home by clicking on the banner below and completing our Home Evaluation Form.

Once it is submitted, we’ll review the information and one of our Local, Knowledgeable REALTORS® will conduct a Comparable Market Analysis (CMA) of your home.

We’ll then e-mail you our results so that you can make a more informed decision as to the value of your home.

Complete the form and our report will be delivered to your email! It’s fast, simple and free!

All we need is an e-mail address and the information about your home. So, get started at your convenience. It will only take you less than a minute to complete.

For more information or details about our commission rates and real estate services visit www.coronarealty.ca or contact Corona Realty Inc., Brokerage at (905) 525-3311

What’s My Home Worth? What is the Value of My House? |Grimsby, Ontario|MLS® REALTOR®|

What Is My House Worth? Valuing Your Property:

Selling My Property / Pricing Your property

Knowing what your property is worth is an essential step towards completing a successful sale of your home. Property valuation is the process of analysing a home in order to determine what its real estate price is on the current market. This value is important because it can help you determine what the right listing price will be to attract potential buyers, and maximize your profits. Because there are numerous factors that go into property valuation, it’s a good idea to use the services of professionals in order to get the most up-to-date market information.

Buying or selling a home can be emotional or even stressful, because it is such a major financial transaction. Having the expertise of a professional real estate agent on your side can make a world of difference in how smoothly the process runs. Although there are many indicators that can help you place a value on your home, the most accurate and realistic figures will come from professional sources. Online valuation sources are good, but make sure they are backed by a local, licensed REALTOR® who is experienced and knows the market in your area. Don’t rely on valuation sources from an automated website generated without the expertise and knowledge that a local, professional REALTOR® adds to the process.

Did You Know You Can Get CASH BACK when Buying your Next Home
Using the Services of an Experienced REALTOR®??

Use the Calculator tool below to INSTANTLY Find Out
How Much CASH BACK you’ll Get!!

 

Using the Services of a Real Estate Agent

The Right Listing Price can make a Big $$$ Difference!

For those who have just decided to put a property on the market, getting a clear picture of what your home is worth is an important first step. Although there are other sources that could provide some insight, the most reliable and cost-effective source is a real estate agent. It’s a real estate agent’s profession to follow the current market and know the most accurate price of your home. For best results, you’ll want to choose a real estate agent who has a strong working knowledge of your local area.

A local agent will not only know how houses are valued in general, but they will also be familiar with the specific variables that will affect your home’s value. These could include the number of comparable homes for sale in your neighbourhood, how long these homes have been on the market, and what the latest selling prices have been for comparable properties. They will have their finger on the pulse of what is happening in your local market, and can use this as a guide to give you a more accurate value. Because each agent will have a unique perspective, you may wish to get in contact with several local agents to discuss your needs. Their professional opinions can then be pooled together to give you a broad idea of how your home fits into the market.

Internet Sources of Information

In addition to using the services of a skilled and seasoned professional in your area, you may wish to use the internet as a general source of information. However, these are not a good substitution for a professional’s assistance. They won’t give you specific information about a property’s true condition and value in a way that a real estate agent can, nor will they have the kind of insider information that a local agent would be able to give you. Many important variables that can affect a home’s value will only be noticeable during an in-person inspection, which is why these online reports should only be used as a general guideline.

The Importance of an Accurate Valuation

What’s the Value of My Home?

When choosing the right real estate agent to represent your home, you’ll want to look at their expertise, experience, and reputation. As you start to receive and compare proposals for marketing your home from different agents, you can get valuations from them for free. Choosing an accurate valuation is very important, because if the price is set too high or too low it could compromise your transaction.

If the house price has been set too high, you may not receive any serious offers. This could lead to your home being on the market for a longer time period, which may scare away further buyers who may believe that something is inherently wrong with the property. Buyers are suspicious of properties that have been on the market for too long, thinking that there may be something undesirable about this property that has prevented it from being sold. They could also feel that they have the right to bargain for a lower price when it comes to properties that have been on the market longer.

Yet there are also dangers to setting the bar too low. This could also scare away buyers who may perceive that the property is low priced due to flaws or imperfections. Furthermore, you won’t receive the money you deserve even if the house sells quickly. A good real estate agent will be able to prevent both of these scenarios by helping you set the listing price as realistically and accurately as possible.

Many Factors Affect Your Home’s Value

Factors that Affect Value

Factors such as your home’s overall size, quality of fixtures, and number of appliances will all weigh into its current value. However, there is far more that goes into this price. Your real estate agent will be able to help you compare your home to recently sold properties in your area, looking at further features such as the size of the lot and the home’s amenities. It’s also important to look at the current market in your neighbourhood. The right agent will have a strong working knowledge of comparable homes in the area and their sales prices, to help give you a better idea of what to expect.

Home improvements, upgrades, repairs, or extensions could also add to the value of your property. If you have made any home improvements in recent years, be sure to let your agent know about these so that they can factor this into the valuation. The neighbourhood itself will also factor into home values. Are there shopping centres, supermarkets, schools, parks, and hospitals nearby? Convenient public transport links and vicinity to metropolitan areas will all affect home values, as will crime rates and traffic levels.

Working with the Right Professional

Placing a value on your property is a complicated task, involving many variables which will change over time. Working with the right real estate agent will help you see the bigger picture and where your property fits in. Taking all of these factors into account will help you set a more accurate listing price, improving your chances of selling your home quickly and for the value it deserves.

You can get started with the process of valuing your home by clicking on the banner below and completing our Home Evaluation Form.

Once it is submitted, we’ll review the information and one of our Local, Knowledgeable REALTORS® will conduct a Comparable Market Analysis (CMA) of your home.

We’ll then e-mail you our results so that you can make a more informed decision as to the value of your home.

Complete the form and our report will be delivered to your email! It’s fast, simple and free!

All we need is an e-mail address and the information about your home. So, get started at your convenience. It will only take you less than a minute to complete.

For more information or details about our commission rates and real estate services visit www.coronarealty.ca or contact Corona Realty Inc., Brokerage at (905) 525-3311

What’s My Home Worth? What is the Value of My House? |Hamilton Mountain, Ontario|MLS® REALTOR®|

What Is My House Worth? Valuing Your Property:

Selling My Property / Pricing Your property

Knowing what your property is worth is an essential step towards completing a successful sale of your home. Property valuation is the process of analysing a home in order to determine what its real estate price is on the current market. This value is important because it can help you determine what the right listing price will be to attract potential buyers, and maximize your profits. Because there are numerous factors that go into property valuation, it’s a good idea to use the services of professionals in order to get the most up-to-date market information.

Buying or selling a home can be emotional or even stressful, because it is such a major financial transaction. Having the expertise of a professional real estate agent on your side can make a world of difference in how smoothly the process runs. Although there are many indicators that can help you place a value on your home, the most accurate and realistic figures will come from professional sources. Online valuation sources are good, but make sure they are backed by a local, licensed REALTOR® who is experienced and knows the market in your area. Don’t rely on valuation sources from an automated website generated without the expertise and knowledge that a local, professional REALTOR® adds to the process.

Did You Know You Can Get CASH BACK when Buying your Next Home
Using the Services of an Experienced REALTOR®??

Use the Calculator tool below to INSTANTLY Find Out
How Much CASH BACK you’ll Get!!

 

Using the Services of a Real Estate Agent

The Right Listing Price can make a Big $$$ Difference!

For those who have just decided to put a property on the market, getting a clear picture of what your home is worth is an important first step. Although there are other sources that could provide some insight, the most reliable and cost-effective source is a real estate agent. It’s a real estate agent’s profession to follow the current market and know the most accurate price of your home. For best results, you’ll want to choose a real estate agent who has a strong working knowledge of your local area.

A local agent will not only know how houses are valued in general, but they will also be familiar with the specific variables that will affect your home’s value. These could include the number of comparable homes for sale in your neighbourhood, how long these homes have been on the market, and what the latest selling prices have been for comparable properties. They will have their finger on the pulse of what is happening in your local market, and can use this as a guide to give you a more accurate value. Because each agent will have a unique perspective, you may wish to get in contact with several local agents to discuss your needs. Their professional opinions can then be pooled together to give you a broad idea of how your home fits into the market.

Internet Sources of Information

In addition to using the services of a skilled and seasoned professional in your area, you may wish to use the internet as a general source of information. However, these are not a good substitution for a professional’s assistance. They won’t give you specific information about a property’s true condition and value in a way that a real estate agent can, nor will they have the kind of insider information that a local agent would be able to give you. Many important variables that can affect a home’s value will only be noticeable during an in-person inspection, which is why these online reports should only be used as a general guideline.

The Importance of an Accurate Valuation

What’s the Value of My Home?

When choosing the right real estate agent to represent your home, you’ll want to look at their expertise, experience, and reputation. As you start to receive and compare proposals for marketing your home from different agents, you can get valuations from them for free. Choosing an accurate valuation is very important, because if the price is set too high or too low it could compromise your transaction.

If the house price has been set too high, you may not receive any serious offers. This could lead to your home being on the market for a longer time period, which may scare away further buyers who may believe that something is inherently wrong with the property. Buyers are suspicious of properties that have been on the market for too long, thinking that there may be something undesirable about this property that has prevented it from being sold. They could also feel that they have the right to bargain for a lower price when it comes to properties that have been on the market longer.

Yet there are also dangers to setting the bar too low. This could also scare away buyers who may perceive that the property is low priced due to flaws or imperfections. Furthermore, you won’t receive the money you deserve even if the house sells quickly. A good real estate agent will be able to prevent both of these scenarios by helping you set the listing price as realistically and accurately as possible.

Many Factors Affect Your Home’s Value

Factors that Affect Value

Factors such as your home’s overall size, quality of fixtures, and number of appliances will all weigh into its current value. However, there is far more that goes into this price. Your real estate agent will be able to help you compare your home to recently sold properties in your area, looking at further features such as the size of the lot and the home’s amenities. It’s also important to look at the current market in your neighbourhood. The right agent will have a strong working knowledge of comparable homes in the area and their sales prices, to help give you a better idea of what to expect.

Home improvements, upgrades, repairs, or extensions could also add to the value of your property. If you have made any home improvements in recent years, be sure to let your agent know about these so that they can factor this into the valuation. The neighbourhood itself will also factor into home values. Are there shopping centres, supermarkets, schools, parks, and hospitals nearby? Convenient public transport links and vicinity to metropolitan areas will all affect home values, as will crime rates and traffic levels.

Working with the Right Professional

Placing a value on your property is a complicated task, involving many variables which will change over time. Working with the right real estate agent will help you see the bigger picture and where your property fits in. Taking all of these factors into account will help you set a more accurate listing price, improving your chances of selling your home quickly and for the value it deserves.

You can get started with the process of valuing your home by clicking on the banner below and completing our Home Evaluation Form.

Once it is submitted, we’ll review the information and one of our Local, Knowledgeable REALTORS® will conduct a Comparable Market Analysis (CMA) of your home.

We’ll then e-mail you our results so that you can make a more informed decision as to the value of your home.

Complete the form and our report will be delivered to your email! It’s fast, simple and free!

All we need is an e-mail address and the information about your home. So, get started at your convenience. It will only take you less than a minute to complete.

For more information or details about our commission rates and real estate services visit www.coronarealty.ca or contact Corona Realty Inc., Brokerage at (905) 525-3311