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As a home seller, you've likely put a lot of effort into getting your property ready for sale. So, when a homebuyer makes an offer on your home, it can be an exciting and nerve-wracking experience. While most offers will be reasonable, there may be times when you receive an offer that is simply not acceptable. In this article, we'll discuss how to refuse an offer on your home in a way that is professional, respectful, and effective.

Consider the Offer

Before you decide to decline an offer, it's important to take a step back and evaluate it objectively. Ask yourself whether the offer is fair given the current market conditions, the condition of your home, and other factors. Consider whether the buyer has included any contingencies or…

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Are you in the market to buy or sell real estate? Whether you're a first-time buyer or a seasoned investor, the world of real estate can be overwhelming. That's why we're here to help guide you through the process and make it as smooth as possible.

If you're a real estate buyer, it's essential to understand the current market conditions and what factors can affect the price of a property. One crucial factor is location. Properties located in desirable neighborhoods or areas with high demand can drive up the price, while those in less desirable locations may sell for less. Also, consider the condition of the property. A well-maintained property may sell for more than a property in poor condition, even if they are in the same location.

 

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How do I determine the value of property when selling it ?

Ans: To determine the value of your property, you can hire an appraiser, work with a real estate agent, or research comparable properties in your area.  RE/MAX Infinity offers you high end real estate representatives to help your home from being undervalued.

What should I do to prepare my home for sale ?

Ans: To prepare your home for sale, you should declutter, depersonalize, and make any necessary repairs. You may want to consider staging your home to sell it faster. RE/MAX Infinity Realty Inc offers highly experienced agents to help you connect with potential buyer in short duration of time.

How long does it typically take to sell a property ?

Ans: The length of time it takes to…

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Whether you’re looking at a condo in the city or a brick home in the suburbs, the search for your dream home is an exciting time. For many prospective buyers, the period between the decision to buy and the day you get the keys to your new home takes a back seat to your dreams of the exciting times ahead. As a buyer, you need to be informed and educated through every step of the process. It can be challenging to set aside your search for the perfect window treatments when your agent is asking you to sign a document you don’t understand: the Buyer Representation Agreement (BRA). To help you tackle this, we are going to give you the short and sweet explanation of what a Buyer Representation Agreement is, so you can get back to the…

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Real estate negotiations can be a tricky process, but with the right approach and mindset, you can come out on top. The key to successful negotiations is to be prepared, confident, and flexible.

Do your research

Understand the market and the comparable sales in the area to determine a fair price for the property. Set a budget, and determine your must-have features. It's also essential to have a good understanding of the market conditions in the area where you're looking to buy or sell.

Be prepared

Have all necessary documents and information ready, such as your pre-approval letter and proof of funds. It's also important to consider all aspects of the deal, including closing costs, contingencies, and other terms. The necessary documentation…

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Will the carpet in my bathroom increase or decrease my property value? Let’s just say if you’ve asked that question then you’re in the right place to find out what’s relevant in the current Canadian real estate market, whether you’re browsing, buying, or selling.

RE/MAX® has been around since carpeting in bathrooms (please, no!) was a thing. Our 50 years of experience has taught us a thing or two about Canadian real estate. Don’t worry if you can’t keep up with everything there is to know about home-buying, selling and staging a property. That’s why we’re here – to clarify all your questions. And you can be sure that there are many, many questions.

So, How Much do People Really Know About Canadian Real Estate?

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