Royal Lepage in the Comox Valley~ Denman Island~Union Bay
Selling your home or property on Denman Island or Union Bay is probably the largest investment most of us will ever make. Our real estate seller’s guide is available to you. When you have made the commitment to sell, you will be faced with a number of important decisions. Should you try to sell it yourself? Should you hire a Real Estate Licensee? If so, how do you choose the right one for you?
Selling a home is a major event in your life. The time you spend making these initial decisions could save you thousands of dollars and prevent future disappointment and frustration. Download my Real Estate Seller’s Guide, for in depth information and assistance with every step of selling your home.
If you are looking to work with a realtor, contact me. Selling homes and properties on Denman Island is my speciality. Not only do I sell Denman Island real estate, I also live there!
Here are some questions that you should ask yourself before trying to sell you own on your own:
You can sell your own home or property without the services of a Real Estate Licensee, but selling a home is a complex process. Before you decide on this route you should ask yourself the following:
Are you able to determine the best possible price?
Are you aware that homes are bought by comparison?
Are you in a position to show the buyer another home?
Are you in a position to have first hand knowledge of competitive home values?
Are you knowledgeable enough to write a contract that is certain to be valid and binding?
“As a full-time Real Estate Professional and island resident, my business is more than just real estate – it’s helping people just like you in whatever way I can.”
~ Sylvie Schroeder
When it comes to helping you with your decision about Real Estate on Vancouver Island, Sylvie Schroeder brings old world charm and an expectation that every experience will be rewarding for her clients.
Sylvie is proud to offer service en francais.
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