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Welcome to Oakville and Oakville House Sales. Let my many years living & working in Oakville work for you.

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I’ll introduce you to parks & trails, shops & restaurants, schools and rec centres and of course, our wonderful lakefront.

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A detailed analysis of current market conditions will help ensure the right price.

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You can count on me to coach you through Selling and/or Buying a home. I am committed to your best interests and you can trust my advice.

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I will help you make the Right Move by introducing you to Oakville neighbourhoods from Bronte to Ford and Joshua Creek to Old Oakville.

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7 Steps to Getting Listed and Getting SOLD

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Buying a home in Oakville is just the beginning. Let me help you discover “Living” in Oakville

Signing a Listing Agreement

Signing a Listing Agreement

The first formal step in selling your property is entering into a Listing Agreement with your Royal LePage agent. The Listing Agreement is a contract in which Royal LePage commits to actively market your home for a specified period of time. It also commits you to a pre-established marketing fee that is to be paid upon the successful closing of the sale.

As part of the Agreement, I may require the following documents:

Plan of Survey or Location Certificate. A survey of your property which outlines the lot size and location of buildings as well as details of encroachments from neighbouring properties. This may be required in certain areas to complete the sale of your home. Your legal professional may recommend a survey, especially if significant changes have been made to your property.

Property tax receipts. Most Listing Agreements require that current annual property tax assessments be shown.

Mortgage verification. Few homeowners know the exact balance of their mortgage as it is paid down. You will be asked to authorize your mortgage lender to provide the figures required.

Deed or title search. This document is a legal description of your property and the proof that you own it.

Other documentation. In some instances, it may help the sale of your property if you can provide prospective buyers with information on such items as annual heating, electrical, and water expenses, as well as any recent home improvement costs. Some provinces require that you sign a property condition disclosure statement.

Listing Agreement Explained