Selling Your Home

Unmatched Marketing Exposure

I develop a strategic marketing plan that positions your property in the best possible way in front of the right audience using a combination of the following tools:

  • MLS and other local and global real estate web sites
  • ChestnutPark.com, Chestnut Park blog and global affiliate websites such as ChristiesRealEstate.com and LuxuryRealEstate.com
  • Social media exposure on YouTube, Pinterest, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter
  • Print advertising in local US and global publications
  • Video slideshows, virtual tours, YouTube videos and email blasts to local and global network agents
  • Professional property feature sheets, floor plans, photographs and property signage

Networking and Negotiating

  • Provide information about your home to all associate brokers and sales representatives at Chestnut Park, key local brokerages and global affiliates
  • Arrange for all available Chestnut Park sales representatives to visit your home within the first week you list with me
  • Provide buyers with introductions to financial institutions and mortgage brokers in order to assist in the sale of your property

Unparalleled Service

  • Maintain close contact with you throughout the listing period and provide regular updates regarding market conditions and activity concerning your property
  • Assist you and advise you during all negotiations regarding the sale of your property.
  • Assist lawyers, appraisers and other real estate professionals regarding the sale of your property
  • Act at all times with your best interest in mind, and comply with the Real Estate Counsel of Ontario Code of Ethics, The Ontario Real Estate Association, The Canadian Real Estate Association and The Privacy Code of C.R.E.A.

The Deluce Report

As the holidays come to a close and we get back to work and our regular routines, I wanted to provide some context surrounding the turbulence we have experienced in the Toronto real estate market over the past eighteen months and some thoughts on what to expect in 2019.

Toronto Real Estate Market Report

TREB’s March results reaffirm a predicted shift in the discussion around Toronto’s real estate market. We are no longer talking about a dramatic year over year growth, but rather about the lack of supply and affordability issues from first-time buyers. The intervention of government on both a federal and soon-to-be municipal level may incite more buyers and sellers to enter into the upcoming spring market.