Seller - Powerhouse Group - Okanagan Real Estate
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Seller

Why Sell with Us?

Trish’s passion and understanding of Kelowna and the Okanagan Valley allows her to appropriately position, present, and price your home in order to ensure a successful and smooth sale. From her initial visit of your home, to your market evaluation, you can count on Trish’s knowledge & experience to properly position and price your home to sell maximum value in the least amount of time.

Once listed, her aggressive marketing plan leverages the most current and innovative technology in today’s real estate industry.  Trish’s 23 years of experience play a key role in where she advertises and promotes your home. She will market your property not just locally but regionally and to her buyer database, having access to more than 7,000 RE/MAX offices around the world in more than 87 countries.

FAQ for Selling

What's the best way to price a house for sale?

The key thing is determining how much your property is actually worth on the market — called “appraising” a house’s value. The most important factor that determines a house’s value is recent sale prices of similar properties in the neighbourhood.

So, what will happen at closing?

At closing, you will most likely sit at a table with me, the broker for the buyer, probably the buyer, and a closing agent. The closing agent will have a stack of papers for you and the buyer to sign. While he or she will give you a basic explanation of each paper, you may want to take the time to read each one and/or consult with me to make sure you know exactly what you are signing. After all, this is a large amount of money you are committing to pay for many years!

Don’t hesitate to ask questions, I will be happy to answer them to the best of my ability.

How do I prepare to sell my home?

First, get psychologically prepared. Detach yourself emotionally from your home and start viewing it as a commodity you want to sell. This is difficult for most sellers whose identities are often reflected in their homes. However, it’s important to be completely candid with yourself about how your home should look when it goes on the market.

Property appearance and condition play a bigger role in the home sale process today than a decade ago. Today’s home buyers are usually savvy, choosy and short of time. They’ll pay a premium for homes they can move right into.

The probable selling price for your home will depend on various factors, including: how many buyers are looking for homes like yours, how many other homes like yours are currently on the market, and the condition of your home relative to your competition. You can’t control the supply and demand factors affecting the market, but you can control how your home looks when it hits the market.