Selling your home Guide

  • Make sure your home is clean and in top condition. Display fresh flowers to add warmth to the environment.
  • Allow your agent to schedule showings at the time of day when your property looks best.
  • Remove any jittery pets and arrange to be elsewhere when your home is being shown.
  • If selling a co-op or condominium, obtain rules and regulations from the managing agent.
  • Obtain documents (offering plan, prospectus, three years' financials, co-op/condo guidelines, etc.) from the managing agent and have them on hand before going to market.
  • Find out if your building has a “flip tax” or working capital deposit and whether the buyer or seller is responsible for paying it.
  • You will need to select an experienced real estate attorney to represent your interests. "Lighter side of Real Estate Blog"

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