Where to Start

We understand it can be exhausting for anyone to keep a home "ready to show" for an extended period of time. Even more so when you have little children or a demanding career. The good news is we have a proven system that will help reduce the time your Calgary property sits on the market and the period of time in which you have to keep your home staged to perfection.

Three Steps to Selling Success:

  1. Setting The "Right Price"
    Selling your Calgary home starts with setting the correct selling price. Through a careful examination of recent Calgary real estate sales data and an intuitive understanding of market conditions we can help determine the right price for your property! At the end of the day, the right price will help ensure higher offers and a quicker sale! Setting the right price will save you both time and money.
  2. You Make The Final Decision
    Our job is exposing your property to the Calgary real estate market to gain the attention of the largest group of buyers possible for your home. From there, your job is to accept the best, most acceptable offer for you.
  3. We Look After The Details
    Of course, we will take care of the thousands of details involved with your Calgary property sale so you can move forward with your life. We want you to feel confident in knowing everything will go smoothly from start to finish.

The RE/MAX Fit To Sell Program

A well prepared home will show better, sell quicker and for a better price. The exclusive RE/MAX Fit To Sell Program will equip you with the secrets on how to give your home proper attention.

  1. Air Quality
    Air quality, odour, pets and holiday decorations can influence whether or not a buyer will make an offer on your home. Buyers want to envision themselves living in the house, and if the home is not presented in a manner that will allow them to do that easily, most buyers will move on. Download the Checklist
  2. Curb Appeal
    Your exterior says a lot about how your home is maintained both inside and out. When buyers see an attractive exterior they will be eager to stop and excited to view the interior as well. Download the Checklist
  3. Depersonalizing
    Depersonalizing is an important step when it comes to selling your home. Disconnecting yourself from your house will allow buyers to emotionally connect and envision themselves living there. You need to commit to removing your identity from the house and focus on turning your home into a "model home". Download the Checklist
  4. Flooring
    Flooring is a very important part of preparing your home for sale. The flooring will reveal to buyers how well the home has been maintained. Up-to-date flooring is one of the top selling features buyers are looking for. Download the Checklist
  5. Furniture Placement and Lighting
    Proper furniture placement will display the room to its full potential. Keep in mind the traffic flow and how buyers will walk through each room. When furniture and lighting are properly placed, you will be able to show off the prime features and allow buyers to see the specific function of each room. Make sure to have all the lights on for showings and taking photos of the home. Download the Checklist
  6. Home Inspection
    Consider having your home inspected before it is listed. By having this done you will learn if there are any major repairs needed and can address them before the house goes on the market. This will also show buyers and their agents that you have been proactive. Once the inspection is completed you will be able to determine what the next steps are in preparing your home for sale. Download the Checklist
  7. Main Selling Rooms
    The overall impression of your home is important, but most buyers will focus on the main selling rooms first. Make sure these rooms have an exceptional first impression. Download the Checklist
  8. Paint
    Buyers want to purchase a home that is move-in ready. If your house is painted in very bright or unusual colours, then potential buyers may be turned off or feel that they can negotiate on your asking price. Neutral colours are restful to the eye, and most buyers want to live in the home for a while before deciding if they want to change the paint colour. Download the Checklist
  9. Pre-packing & Editing Clutter
    Preparing your home for sale is not just about pre-packing, clutter and editing, but this is a big part of it. Your house needs to be neat, clean and orderly. Organizing and pre-packing items that are note regularly used will create a spacious feeling. Storage is one of the top items on a buyer's list. Download the Checklist
  10. Updates & Repairs
    Take an objective look at your house to determine what updates and repairs are necessary. Based on your timeline and budget you will be able to determine what needs to be completed to improve the overall presentation of your home. Buyers today are looking to purchase a home that does not require work. They are also willing to pay more for a house that has been well looked after, so show them that your home is in turnkey condition. Download the Checklist
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