Before you put your home on sale, there are many things to consider. You have to know the true market value of your property and determine your listing price.
Your real estate agent will typically help you with determining the listing price of your home. However, it is always a good idea to do your own research into the market value of similar properties in your area. The internet and your local newspapers are very good resources for doing this.
Your real estate agent will assist you to decide how you want to list your home and market to prospective buyers, and how prepare your home for showings. When a prospective purchaser wishes to purchase your home, an Offer to Purchase will be advanced for your consideration. It may be made conditional on such things as financing or a satisfactory home inspection.
When you receive an Offer to Purchase your property, we recommend that you have an experienced Real Estate Lawyer review it before you sign your acceptance, make a counter-offer, or sign the Offer back. Your Real Estate Lawyer may suggest changes that are to your benefit, or point out clauses that could pose a risk or hidden expense to you.
Contact Toronto real estate lawyer Shashi Raina by email or by telephone at (416) 972-1781 for a consultation, without fee or obligation, to discuss your needs and requirements