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lundi 30 septembre 2013

We need to sell this house. Best Price on the Market in Laval for the quality !!!

Propriété rénovée complétement:

toiture, salle de bain, cuisine, plancher, fenêtre, sous-sol, extérieur, clôture
etc etc etc

samedi 28 septembre 2013

FREE REPORT for buyers: How Sellers Price Their Homes

How Much Should I Offer?

We're often asked by our clients, "How much under the listing price should we offer?"

This is an excellent question. The answer is difficult.

The main reason we emphasize the education phase of looking at homes is because that is the best way for you to know value. When you review and study 40-60 (or more!) listings, then drive by 10-20 and look at 5-10, you will recognize the "Hot Listings." You'll also recognize the "dogs."

Sellers price their homes differently for 4 basic reasons:

1. Ridiculously Overpriced!

These sellers have listened to a real estate agent over-inflate the value of their home in an effort to obtain a listing. There is a natural tendency on the part of sellers to list with the real estate agent who gives them the highest promise. There is a tendency by some real estate agents to give the seller a high "value" in an effort to obtain the listing.

These homes can be 10-20% overpriced. These sellers may need a "dose of reality" for a few months before they begin to realize that their home is way overpriced as compared to others in the area.

The longer an overpriced home is for sale, the more likely we can get the seller to face reality and sell at a fair price.

2. A Little Overpriced!

These sellers fall into 2 categories:

• Those that feel their home is worth every penny of their asking price.

• Those that want to leave a little "negotiating" room.

These homes can be 4-10% overpriced. Perhaps 75% of all homes for sale are priced in this range.

3. Priced At Fair Market Value

These sellers have carefully and realistically studied other homes for sale. They have priced their homes very competitively. These homes usually sell within 4 weeks at or very near the listed price.

4. Priced Below Fair Market Value

These homes are priced below value. Perhaps the seller wants a fast sale. Perhaps the real estate agent recommended too low of a price. These homes usually sell within 7-10 days, at or above the listed price. There are usually competing offers.

Bank Protection

Even by carefully studying homes for sale, it's difficult to establish Fair Market Value. If you're obtaining a new home loan, you'll be protected by the Professional Bank Appraisal. Home lenders want to make sure that you don't over-pay for a home. If the home does not meet value in the eyes of the bank appraiser, you'll be informed. At that time, we can re-negotiate the sale price or void the agreement and refund your earnest money deposit.

Our job is to ensure that you have the tools and information you need to make an informed decision. We'll help you prepare the offer. Then we'll present it to the seller on your behalf and try our best to get it accepted at your price and terms! Call us anytime at Century 21 Max-Immo Gabriela Jonas – 514-266-0419

mardi 24 septembre 2013

Jolie Duplex construction recente à Terrebonne sur une belle rue

Duplex à Terrebonne.
Immense terrain avec cabanon, pergola et grade terrasse avec toiture.
Deux appartement: un pour vous, un autre pour la location.
3 chambres a l’étage; salle de bains avec douche en coin et grand bain
Salon, Salle a manger, Cuisine, Salle de lavage et salle d'eau au rez-de-chaussé
Grande chambre, salon, coin repas, cuisine et salle de bains au sous-sol.

Le tout sur une superbe rue, tranquile a Terrebonne.

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  1. Five Simple Things You Need to Know to Make the Home Buying Process Easier
  2. How Do Sellers Price Their Homes and How Much Should I Offer?
  3. Eight Steps to Follow When Buying a Home
  4. Six Signs that Could Mean Expensive (Hidden) Trouble
  5. Top Six Things to Ask Yourself When Looking At a Home
  6. Inside Secrets of How to Get a "Yes" When You Borrow
  7. How to Avoid Being Beaten Out by Other Buyers
  8. I'm the One Buying a Home -- Just Who are All These Other People?
  9. The Three Things that Scare You Most About Buying a Home
  10. How to Avoid Five Of the Most Expensive Mistakes Homebuyers Make
  11. Four Quick Tips that Could Save You Thousands...
  12. Four Ways to Beat the Stress of Buying a Home
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mardi 17 septembre 2013

For Prospective Home Seller

By Gabriela Jonas
Century 21 Max-Immo

Dear Prospective Home Seller,

This report has been prepared to help you avoid common mistakes made every day by well-meaning home sellers. During my 8 years as a Realtor, the mistakes I see made most often are those where sellers fail to do simple things that cost almost no money, yet always make homes sell for thousands of dollars more.
Buyers Buy on Emotion, Not Logic
Buying a home is an emotional decision on the part of the buyer. Often the buyer doesn’t even consciously know why they like one home more than another... they just do! Decisions are made on a deep subconscious level tied into what makes them feel comfortable, safe and secure. That’s why it’s so important to make sure your home looks, feels and smells its best. Remember that you’re competing with 1000 to 3000 other homes for sale. Since buyers buy on emotion, let your home be the cleanest, freshest and cheeriest, and you’ll have a much faster sale at a higher price.

If your home is logically a good value, but buyers don’t feel warm and emotionally attracted to the home, you will receive lower offers. You want lots of people to say or think, “Wow! This is nice! I’d like to live here!”

Let’s Take a Look at Five Factors
That Assure Buyers Experience a Good Feeling
When They See Your Home
First, The Cheer Factor: For maximum visual effect, turn every light on, even on a sunny day. Light creates a warm, safe feeling... See More by registering HERE

Second, The Access Factor: Buyers and real estate agents are busy. They’re not looking only at your home, but fitting your home into... See More by registering HERE

Third, The Distraction Factor: Do everything you can to minimize distractions for the buyer. Turn the TV and the loud music off. Leave... See More by registering HERE

Fourth, The Décor Factor: Tasteful and up-to-date décor is your best investment for getting a greater return on your money. Paint and new wall coverings make the whole house smell clean and neat. Faded walls and worn woodwork reduce desire... See More by registering HERE

Fifth, The Front Yard Factor: A pleasing exterior invites inspection of the interior, since your front yard reflects the inside condition of your house. Make certain that trees are trimmed so the house can be seen from the street. Have the grass... See More by registering HERE

Here are additional tips:

Storage: All clothing, shoes, hats, accessories, tools, papers, magazines, books and personal items not contributing to the décor of the room should be stored in closets or dressers. All closets should be tidy, neat and clean... See More by registering HERE

Closets: The interiors of all closets should present an organized, tidy and uncluttered appearance. All unneeded or unused items should be... See More by registering HERE

Basement: Should be neat, clean, dry and tidy. All materials and tools should be stored on shelves or in cabinets... See More by registering HERE

Windows: All windows should be spotlessly clean inside and out. All windowsills, as well as any space between the window and storm window should be spotlessly clean and free of any flaking or loose paint. All windows... See More by registering HERE

Fixtures: All bathroom and kitchen fixtures... See More by registering HERE

Floors: All flooring should be clean, and waxed if necessary. All carpeting should be very clean regardless of its age... See More by registering HERE

Doors: All doors should be free of scotch tape, posters, ... See More by registering HERE

Ceramic Tile: All joints between tiles should be... See More by registering HERE

Walls: All walls should be clean and free of gouges, scratches, smudges, scotch tape, posters, thumbtacks, etc. Walls should have.. See More by registering HERE

Odor: Nothing smells better than fresh air. On warm days, have your windows open and shades up. Make your home feel and smell bright... See More by registering HERE

First Impressions: Keep your lawn trimmed and edged, flowerbeds... See More by registering HERE 

Fix that Faucet: Dripping water discolors the enamel... See More by registering HERE

A Day With the Carpenter: Loose doorknobs, sticking... See More by registering HERE

The Kitchen: Tasteful window coverings in harmony with the floor and counter tops add appeal. Keep the oven clean – it often gets inspected... See More by registering HERE

The Bathroom: Bright and clean bathrooms... See More by registering HERE 

Be Aware of Odors: People will linger in a fresh, pleasant-smelling home... See More by registering HERE

Before you set a first appointment for showing your home, ask your Realtor to make a quick visit to spot anything you may have overlooked. Consider writing out a checklist you can quickly refer to when prospective buyers are en route.

Best Wishes!

dimanche 15 septembre 2013

Explore Condos in Chomedey

Explore Condos - A Wide Range of Prices and Motivated Sellers!

If you see anything that catches your eye, or you're interested in a surrounding town, just let me know - I'd be happy to set up a showing.

Enjoy your search!
Gabriela Jonas
Century21 Max-Immo
514-266-0419-- Direct
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lundi 9 septembre 2013

The Sell-Buy Dilemma

The Sell-Buy Dilemma

Dear Friend,

Here’s a quick note to let you know how I can help you—or anyone you feel comfortable introducing me to.

Believe it or not, there are many homeowners who desperately want to move (for more space, to be closer to work, etc.), but they stay in their homes year after year for one surprising reason—they can’t see a way around the “sell, then buy” or “buy, then sell” dilemma.

There are three solutions to this conundrum. First, ask for a 60 to 90-day “rent-back” from the new buyer of your home, giving time to buy your next home. Second, time the sale and purchase to happen simultaneously. And third, sell and move into temporary housing, and then buy at your leisure. All of these approaches have pros and cons that should be discussed with a qualified real estate consultant.

If you, or someone you know, would like to discuss selling and buying simultaneously, call me at 514-266-0419 or email me at  I’ll send you a copy of my free report, Making the Move Easy On the Kids.

Gabriela Jonas, Your Real Estate Consultant For Life
Century 21 Max-Immo, 514-266-0419

P.S.  Who do you know wants to move, but has to sell first? Please let them know I’m available for a free consultation.

jeudi 5 septembre 2013



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