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Shannon Doell, Broker, Sutton Group - First Choice Realty Ltd., Brokerage

151 Downie Street Stratford, ON N5A 1X2
Cell: 519-275-7860 Email Shannon Doell, Broker,

Considering selling before Fall?


Close a deal before school starts with these tips!

  1. Show strong curb appeal - first impressions matter! Warm weather lures buyers outside. Spend time fixing up your front and back yards. Clear out old shrubs and put in fresh plants and flowers (preferably frost resistant). Decide if your home needs a fresh coat of paint or call a power-wash service to get your exterior looking clean.
  2. Clean, Clean Clean! - let your home sparkle! Clean out messy rooms and closets. Think about adding a fresh coat of interior paint. A deep clean of your high-traffic areas can make a huge difference in how buyers perceive your home. Make it look as good as new!
  3. Bright and cheerful - bring the colors of summer inside your home! Brighten up your home with clean, vibrant colors. Katie can work with you on all elements of staging, from furniture to lighting, to make sure your home is market-ready this summer.
  4. Plan ahead - don't wait! If you think you'd like to explore selling your home, set up an initial consultation with Katie before you are ready to go to market. Getting your home market ready may not be a one week project. Take the time to sit down and discuss all the elements of pre-listing preparation. It will pay off in the end.
  5. What to do about timing - is there an ideal time? While spring and early summer are traditionally the strongest seasons of the year to sell a home, there really is no "perfect" time to sell. Getting a strong price is dependent on many different factors. Katie brings several years of direct marketing experience to her real estate pratice - she can work with you on an effective plan of action to get your house sold for the best possible price and on your terms.
Contact Shannon today to find out how she can help you before Fall! 
 
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