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Selling the place you call home can be bittersweet, but it’s the start of a new chapter in your life.

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“Every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end.”

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a Seller's Roadmap to SOLD

Let this resource guide you through the process of selling your house in the Comox Valley!



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Got Questions?

About Selling Real Estate in the Comox Valley.

Yes, a home can depreciate in value. Factors that can cause a home’s value to decrease include market conditions, changes in the local economy, and physical deterioration of the property. Additionally, if the home is not well-maintained or if there are issues with the property such as structural damage or pest infestations, this can also lead to a decrease in value.

When selling a home, there are several costs that you may need to consider. These can include:

  1. Real estate agent commission: This is typically a percentage of the sale price of the home and is paid to the real estate agent who helped you sell your home.

  2. Closing costs: These are fees associated with the sale of the home and can include things like title insurance and other legal fees.

  3. Repairs and upgrades: Depending on the condition of your home, you may need to make repairs or upgrades to make it more attractive to buyers.

  4. Staging costs: If you want to make your home more appealing to potential buyers, you may need to pay for staging services, which can include furniture rental, decorating, and other expenses.

  5. Marketing costs: You may need to pay for marketing expenses such as professional photography, property brochures, and advertising. (only if FSBO – otherwise your agent will cover this)

  6. Capital gains tax: Depending on your situation, you may need to pay capital gains tax when you sell your home.

Keep in mind that these costs can vary depending on the location of your home, the condition of your home, and the state of the real estate market.

Hiring a real estate agent can provide several benefits when selling your home. Some of these benefits include:

  1. Pricing expertise: A real estate agent has access to data and market analysis that can help them price your home competitively to attract potential buyers.

  2. Networking: Real estate agents have a network of contacts, including other agents and potential buyers, which can help to get your home in front of more people.

  3. Marketing: A real estate agent will be able to create and execute a marketing plan to promote your home to potential buyers. This can include professional photography, virtual tours, and advertising.

  4. Negotiations: A real estate agent can handle negotiations between you and potential buyers, helping to ensure that you get the best deal possible.

  5. Paperwork: Real estate transactions involve a lot of paperwork and legal requirements, an agent can help you navigate the process, review and explain the documents and ensure that everything is in order.

  6. Access to the MLS: Real estate agents have access to the Multiple Listing Service (MLS), a database that is not available to the public. This allows them to market your home to other agents and potential buyers, increasing the chances of selling your home quickly and at a good price.

  7. Handling the sale process: Real estate agents can handle all aspects of the sale process, from showing the property, to negotiating offers, to closing the sale, freeing up your time and reducing stress.

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