FAQs for Sellers

…and some details about hiring me

You’re obligated to satisfy the Conditions in the Contract of Purchase and Sale.

You’ll need to provide several documents (see sample list below) as well as provide access for a home inspection (if formally requested in the contract).

You’re also responsible for maintaining your home in good condition until Possession Day.

I’ll ensure this process goes smoothly while you look forward to moving into your new home!

I provide my services in Vancouver, Richmond, Burnaby, North Vancouver and South Surrey. Although Vancouver is my primary market, my services and market knowledge is not limited to local areas within Vancouver.

I focus my services and marketing in all areas within Metro Vancouver as I have helped several of my clients sell their properties in neighbouring cities as well as move from Vancouver to other areas as far as Oliver, BC!

I grew up in Coquitlam so I am very familiar with the area and keep up-to-date with the local market and surrounding neighbourhoods.

As an real estate professional, I believe it’s imperative to be knowledgeable about local markets and communities.  Find out more about who I am and what I do.

I include customized services, depending on a number of factors. Read my selling process for a brief overview about the services I provide when selling your home.

Hiring an agent to sell your home is not a commodity.

Selling a home requires a lot more than placing a sign in the front yard. It requires professionalism, market knowledge, sharp negotiation skills, concentrated marketing techniques, and an honest approach to business.

These are characteristics that I value and I prefer to work with clients that value the services that I provide.

My clients are very satisfied with my work and I continue to work hard to maintain their trust. You can read a few testimonials here.

“A commodity is a good for which there is demand, but which is supplied without qualitative differentiation across a market. It is fungible, i.e. the same no matter who produces it. Examples are petroleum, notebook paper, milk or copper.[1] The price of copper is universal, and fluctuates daily based on global supply and demand. Stereo systems, on the other hand, have many aspects of product differentiation, such as the brand, the user interface, the perceived quality etc. And, the more valuable a stereo is perceived to be, the more it will cost.” – WIKIPEDIA

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