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The Home Buying Process

Buyers Deserve Representation

Buyers have the same rights as sellers and are able to hire their own representation. A buyers representation agreement sets out the responsibilities of the buyers sales representative. It includes the term of the agreement and specifies the commission payable to the buyers brokerage through either an MLS listing or direct from a buyer.

Step 1. Choose a Sales Representative

Searching for and buying a home is a grand adventure. Selecting a sales representative is choosing a partner to be with you every step of the way.

Establishing a close working relationship starts with helping us understand the keys of your search. We do out best work when we understand what you’re looking for and what your expectations are. You should have the confidence that your sales representative knows exactly what’s on your shopping list, is fully aware of market conditions, extensive financing options and will work hard to negotiate a successful sale.

Royal LePage is recognized for its considerable training and coaching programs. Us sales representatives update our skills and market knowledge on an ongoing basis and review market dynamics and statistics every two weeks.

This means better representation for you.

Step 3. Virtual Tour

Interior and exterior photographs demonstrate the full value of your property and are an essential tool in getting top dollar. A virtual tour highlights the unique features of your home and is posted on MLS.

Step 4. Online Exposure

Once Listed, your home will be promoted on the web in over 80 locations, including jamiemarston.com, realtor.ca, royallepage.ca, mytorontohome.com, mywestendhome.com, rlpdowntown.com as well as individual realtor websites.

Step 5. Professional Print Marketing

Feature sheets provide an excellent reference piece for buyers and their sales representatives. Just listed cards alert your neighbours that your home is for sale. These pieces professionally promote your home and set it apart from the competition.

Step 6. Realtor® Open House

We use realtor® open houses to promote your property to prospective sales representatives who might have interested buyers.

Step 7. Public Open House

We use open houses to promote your property to prospective buyers.

Step 8. Skilled Negotiation

The bottom line? Your Community agents negotiate higher percentages than the competition, increasing our clients’ bottom line.

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