Knowledge for Sellers

If you are ready to sell your home, you’ve come to the right place. List your property on the "World’s Best Real Estate Website"!

Built for the ultimate buyer experience, Century21.ca features Google mapping technology, unique and powerful property search filters, more photos and property details - including sold history, open house notifications and even driving directions to your property!

This is the most technologically advanced, 'search' friendly web platform available in the industry today and we have revolutionized the way people search for real estate!

Access industry expertise, dedication and commitment to your goals and resources that create an unparalleled opportunity to distinguish your home in this competitive marketplace – all through a CENTURY 21 real estate professional.

We all know that selling a home can be one of life's most challenging experiences. The more prepared you are at the outset, the less overwhelming the selling process will be. CENTURY 21 real estate agents have many tools at their disposal to help you through this process. With CENTURY 21, your property will sell quickly, at the right price, and with as few worries as possible. Our trained, dedicated real estate agents are backed by the CENTURY 21 Customized Marketing System featuring “The World’s Best Real Estate Website”!

1. Hire an agent who's right for you

Selling a property requires savvy marketing skills, a network of contacts, patience and tenacity. There are several steps involved in selling a property. Find a real estate agent who will advertise your property as widely as possible, and who has access to qualified buyers. Follow up on a personal referral or interview several agents. Make sure the agent works full-time and is familiar with your neighbourhood. Finally, make sure your agent has the experience and a strong financial background to negotiate offers on your behalf.
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