My Key to Outstanding Service

MY KEY TO OURSTANDING SERVICE

 

After Initial Contact

1.house in hand Research Ownership

2. Research Legal Description

3. Research Assessment and Status of Property

 

Inspection of Home

1. Note Features of the Home

2. Note any Changes and Improvements Required for Sale

 

Comparative Market Analysis

1. comparablesResearch Previous Sale Activity on Subject Property

2. Research All Comparable Properties Currently Listed for Sale

3. Research All Comparable Properties Recently Sold

4. Adjust Comparable Properties to Subject Property Features

5. Prepare Comparative Market Analysis Presentation Package

6. Prepare and Customize Marketing Plan to Match Subject Property

 

Listing Appointment

1. Review Comparative Market Analysis with Seller

2. Advise of Any Improvements to Enhance Marketability and/or the Price.

3. Discuss Marketing Plan

4. Explain Working with a REALTOR® Brochure

5. couple with paperworkObtain Signatures for Multiple Listing Contract

6. Have Seller Fill Out Seller Property Information Statement          

7. Measure Rooms

8. Obtain Mortgage Information

9. Obtain Tax Information

10. Note Chattels Included and Fixtures Excluded

11. Compile Information for Property Description

12. Determine Location and Proximity to Amenities

13. Obtain Key and Install Lockbox

14. Take Photographs of Interior and Exterior of Property

15. Install Royal LePage For Sale Sign

16. Provide Seller with Copies of Signed Contract

 

Implement Marketing Plan

 

1. computerLoad Listing onto the Real Estate Board

2. Load Listing onto www.royallepage.ca

3. Load Listing onto personal website

4. Load Photos to all Websites

5. Draft Advertisements for Local Advertising

6. Prepare Feature Sheets

7. Distribute Feature Sheets to Seller for Display During   Showings

8. Develop a List of Potential Prospects

9. Promote Listing to Royal LePage Salespeople at Sales   Meeting

10. Hold a Royal LePage Tour

11. Prepare Just Listed Cards for Neighbouring Areas

12. E-mail Listing to Prospects

13. Call All Showing Salespeople for Feedback

 

Constant Communication

1. Thank You Letter Sent to Seller

2. Review Comparable Listings

3. Review Marketing Plan After 30 Dayssignature

4. Continual Contact with Seller: Advertising and Feedback Reports

 

Offer Presentation and Sale

1. Read Through Offer with Seller 

2. Review All Terms and Conditions with Seller in Detail

3. Inform Seller of Approximate Closing Costs 

4. If Conditional on Financing, Obtain Details About Buyer’s Ability to Service Debt 

          5. If Conditional on Sale, Obtain Details About the Salability of the Buyer’s Property 

6. Negotiate the Best Price Offer Until Final Acceptance or Rejection  

7. Protect Your Interests in Buyer Financing

8. Upon Acceptance, Get Seller to Sign Acknowledgement of

 

Receipt of Offer

9. handshakeProcess Trade Record Sheet to Deal Department at Royal LePage

10. Assist with Coordination of Building Inspection

11. Help Seller Select a Suitable Lawyer

12. Send All Paperwork to Lawyer

13. Negotiate Any Amendments Required After Original Offer Acceptance

14. Process Final Waivers to Deal Department and Lawyer’s Office

15. Deliver Final Waivers to Seller

 

After Sale Follow-up

1. Install Sold Sign

2. Notify Real Estate Board of Sale

3. Update Web Status to Sold

4. Assist Seller with Well Tests, Provision of Surveys etc.

5. Assist with Coordination of Buyer’s Final Inspection

6. couple movingAssist with Coordination of Home Inspections

7. Protect Your Interests in Home Inspections

8. Assist with Coordination of Insurance Inspections

9. Return Keys to Seller

10. Prepare and Distribute Just Sold Cards to Neighbourhood

11. Send Royal LePage Customer Satisfaction Survey

12. Remove Sold Sign

13. Provide List of Moving Companies in the Area

14. Be Available Before Closing to Answer Any Questions

 

After Closing Follow-up

1. Send Note of Thanks for Business

2. Keep in Contact at Least Once a Year