1. Prepare your home: remove clutter, paint if necessary, and keep the grass cut and snow cleared.
  2. Make sure you have an up to date certificate of location, current tax bills, guarantees, receipts, etc.
  3. Have a pre-inspection of your property – discuss this with your agent.
  4. Choose the right agent. What to look for:
    • Sales history – How many sales have he/she had in the past year.
    • Availability – Does this agent live and worbk in your area.
    • Preparedness – Can your agent qualify a buyer?
    • Knowledge – Can your agent properly advise as to your obligations as a vendor.
    • Timeliness – Does your agent return calls quickly?