Toronto Property Listing Tips 


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Toronto Property Listing Tips & Guidance
Throughout my career I have been following specific procedures and rules that I believe all sellers can benefit from. Depending on your situation some of the following below can vary, however it is a great system to follow when you’re listing your property.

1. Market Comparable 
Many sales reps might believe this step is quite easy to do. Market comparable is a key factor to a successful listing. Two properties with general information (square footage, number of bathrooms…) that seem to match may be anything but comparable depending on renovations that may have greatly increased the homes worth.

2. Property Highlights 
Every property regardless of age, type of unit (detach, semi-detach…) or history has a significant value with a story. Make sure as property owners you can make this information very transparent.

3. Marketing Initiatives 
Knowing the value of your property and strong selling point helps you make the right marketing plan. If you own an acre of land, I would do an overview video of the property to clearly illustrate the beautiful land your home has.

4. Chattels & Fixtures
Before listing your property, determine what personal movable items you will be including (refrigerator, stove, etc..) and what fixtures attached to the property you will be including in the listing (chandeliers, curtains and etc..). This way buyer’s sales representatives can have an easier time knowing what is included in your listing.

5. Plan Your Next Move 
Think of your next move because many times sellers have a difficulty because their preferred property they want to buy may not be available.
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