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Helping You With Your Home Sale   •   15 Years of Full Time Experience   •   Professional Negotiation on Your Behalf   •  ...
Helping You With Your Home Sale       For Sale by Owner?                               A short presentation outlining my s...
Your ObjectivesThe most common objectives…                                               5 Considerations                 ...
Three reasons I think I can                                              Your Objectives                                  ...
Hiring a professional Realtor                                              Your Objectives                                ...
Your Objectives                                                                          5 Considerations                 ...
Your Objectives                                                                          5 Considerations                 ...
Your Objectives                                                                        5 Considerations                   ...
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Your ObjectivesI understand your objectives and                                           5 Considerationsrespect your cho...
Your ObjectivesSo, here’s my proposal..                                                  5 Consideration                  ...
Preparing Your Home for SaleBreak out the mop and the paintbrush. It’s time to give your home a mini-makeover. Here are al...
Continued….Repair as much as you can, within reason.During your “home tour” identify anything that’s broken, half-finished...
Continued….Never underestimate the power of paint.Strong colours on the walls or wild wallpaper make it hard for buyers to...
Please contact me for a personal consultation       and free market value appraisal.                               Direct ...
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For Sale by Owner Presentation by Michael Car, Sales Representative, Royal LePage Realty Centre, Brokerage
2150 Hurontario St. Mississauga

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  1. 1. Helping You With Your Home Sale • 15 Years of Full Time Experience • Professional Negotiation on Your Behalf • Customized Marketing Plans • Optimal Pricing Strategies • Personally Executed Services • Free Home Staging Consultation • Virtual Tour of Your Property • Full Colour Feature Sheets • Just Listed Notices • Complete ServicesMy goal is to sell your home for the most money, with least inconvenience to you. Michael Car Sales Representative Royal LePage Realty Centre, Brokerage 416-723-3640 michaelcar@royallepage.ca www.michaelcar.com Not intended to solicit buyers or sellers currently under contract
  2. 2. Helping You With Your Home Sale For Sale by Owner? A short presentation outlining my services Click full screen for best viewing Brought to you by: Michael Car Sales Representative Royal LePage Realty Centre, Brokerage 416-723-3640 michaelcar@royallepage.ca www.michaelcar.com Not intended to solicit buyers or sellers currently under contract
  3. 3. Your ObjectivesThe most common objectives… 5 Considerations My Proposal 1. To receive the highest market value for your home 2. Within the least amount of time 3. With a minimum of inconvenience to you 4. To maintain control of the marketing and the sale process 5. To save money on compensating a Realtor Michael Car Sales Representative Royal LePage Realty Centre, Brokerage 416-723-3640 michaelcar@royallepage.ca www.michaelcar.com Not intended to solicit buyers or sellers currently under contract
  4. 4. Three reasons I think I can Your Objectives 5 Considerations help you reach your My Proposal objectives….1. Home sellers have been employing Realtors for over 100 years for the job ofselling their largest financial investment. Their home.2. 90% of For Sale by Owners eventually list with a professional real estate agent3. Real estate professionals statistically bring the sellers a higher market valueoffer in less amount of time Let me explain how these three factors can help you reach your objectives. Michael Car Sales Representative Royal LePage Realty Centre, Brokerage 416-723-3640 michaelcar@royallepage.ca www.michaelcar.com Not intended to solicit buyers or sellers currently under contract
  5. 5. Hiring a professional Realtor Your Objectives 5 Considerationsallows you to meet your objectives My Proposalfor one of the five followingconsiderations:1. The difficulty of separating the lookers from thebuyers.•Qualified in our offices prior to showings, not your livingroom•Provides convenience and security Michael Car Sales Representative Royal LePage Realty Centre, Brokerage 416-723-3640 michaelcar@royallepage.ca www.michaelcar.com Not intended to solicit buyers or sellers currently under contract
  6. 6. Your Objectives 5 Considerations My Proposal2. The longer it takes to sell your home, themore money that you risk losing.•Mortgage rates could go up•Market conditions could change•You might end up making payments on twohomes Michael Car Sales Representative Royal LePage Realty Centre, Brokerage 416-723-3640 michaelcar@royallepage.ca www.michaelcar.com Not intended to solicit buyers or sellers currently under contract
  7. 7. Your Objectives 5 Considerations My Proposal3. 3rd party negotiating saves time and money!A real estate professional is:•A trained negotiator and facilitator•Not emotionally involved•Knowledgeable about your market values•Will represent your best interests through the entireprocess of selling your home Michael Car Sales Representative Royal LePage Realty Centre, Brokerage 416-723-3640 michaelcar@royallepage.ca www.michaelcar.com Not intended to solicit buyers or sellers currently under contract
  8. 8. Your Objectives 5 Considerations My Proposal4. Serious buyers will only shop for sale byowners to find a bargain•The smallest selection of available properties in themarketplace are offered by for sale by owners•Retail vs. wholesale Michael Car Sales Representative Royal LePage Realty Centre, Brokerage 416-723-3640 michaelcar@royallepage.ca www.michaelcar.com Not intended to solicit buyers or sellers currently under contract
  9. 9. Your Objectives 5 Considerations My Proposal5. The law of supply and demand•Professional Realtors have access to the largest poolof potential buyers, the more buyers that know yourhome is for sale the better the odds of one of themplacing the same value on your property as do you andbeing willing to pay you your asking price. Michael Car Sales Representative Royal LePage Realty Centre, Brokerage 416-723-3640 michaelcar@royallepage.ca www.michaelcar.com Not intended to solicit buyers or sellers currently under contract
  10. 10. Your ObjectivesI understand your objectives and 5 Considerationsrespect your choice to sell your My Proposalproperty yourself… According to the 2004 National Association of Realtors Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers, the three most difficult tasks for the For Sale by Owner are: 1. Preparing or fixing up the home for sale 2. Getting the price right 3. Understanding and completing paperwork Michael Car Sales Representative Royal LePage Realty Centre, Brokerage 416-723-3640 michaelcar@royallepage.ca www.michaelcar.com Not intended to solicit buyers or sellers currently under contract
  11. 11. Your ObjectivesSo, here’s my proposal.. 5 Consideration My Proposal I would like an opportunity to sell your home at a price that will get you fair value, as well as the marketing fee or commission charged for my professional services. In exchange, I will unburden you of the responsibility of dealing with unqualified buyers, bargain hunters, and tire kickers. Does that sound like a fair exchange to you? Michael Car Sales Representative Royal LePage Realty Centre, Brokerage 416-723-3640 michaelcar@royallepage.ca www.michaelcar.com Not intended to solicit buyers or sellers currently under contract
  12. 12. Preparing Your Home for SaleBreak out the mop and the paintbrush. It’s time to give your home a mini-makeover. Here are allthe little things you can do to attract the big offers.Time to see your home through a buyer’s eyes.Over the years, you’ve grown quite comfortable with your home’s little imperfections; the holein the screen door, the chipped paint on the baseboards, the mess in the basement. Grab aclipboard, print out a copy of our “Home Preparations Checklist” and take a tour of your home.Get rid of the clutter.Your house will feel a lot bigger and more inviting when you get rid of all the non-essential stufflying around your house. Clear out those closets, remove bulky, unused furniture and rearrangethe remaining pieces to make the best use of space. Fight your inner-pack rat at every turn. Ifyou haven’t used something in the past year, toss it, donate it to charity or sell it in a yard sale.Clean everything.Cleaning is the single most cost effective way to make your home more attractive to buyers.Floors, windows, walls, doors, baseboards...everything! Give extra care and attention to the twomost important rooms in a buyer’s mind: bathrooms and kitchens. Once it’s clean, keep it clean!You never know what day your ideal buyer will visit.
  13. 13. Continued….Repair as much as you can, within reason.During your “home tour” identify anything that’s broken, half-finished or simply doesn’twork. Fix all the little things like leaky faucets, doors that squeak or that don’t close properlyand small cracks in the ceiling.Some repairs are absolutely vital, like a leaky roof or basement. Nothing kills a sale fasterthan signs of water damage. If there’s an unsafe electrical problem you must fix this too, forthe good of the sale and the buyer’s safety (not to mention your own).Depersonalize your home.Remember, you want buyers to walk through your house and feel like it’s their home, notyours! People just don’t have good visual imagination. They won’t see past your clutteredwall of family portraits, your collection of curling trophies or your ‘eccentric’ home decor.These things are guaranteed to prevent buyers from emotionally placing themselves in yourhome. Remove everything that’s too much about you, and ask your REALTOR® for helpdeciding.
  14. 14. Continued….Never underestimate the power of paint.Strong colours on the walls or wild wallpaper make it hard for buyers to imagine theirfurniture in your house. Consider repainting your home in bright, neutral colours that willenhance a room’s size and look more inviting. Next to cleaning your home, paint is the mostcost-effective way to increase your home’s appeal, and attract offers.Add some beautifying touches.Replacing tattered old curtains with some fresh draperies may make a world of difference.Mirrors on the wall will help rooms feel far bigger. A few new houseplants will addundeniable appeal. Pay special attention to the outside of your home. Trim the trees, weedthe garden and consider planting a few new flowers. Your home needs to make a great firstimpression with some serious “curb appeal.” You don’t need to spend a fortune to make abig difference.
  15. 15. Please contact me for a personal consultation and free market value appraisal. Direct Line: 416-723-3640 michaelcar@royallepage.ca www.michaelcar.comMichael CarSales RepresentativeRoyal LePage Realty Centre,Brokerage 416-723-3640michaelcar@royallepage.ca www.michaelcar.comNot intended to solicit buyers or sellers currently under contract
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