Is Spring the Best Time to Sell Your Home?

By 179479 on Thursday, March 15th, 2018 in Uncategorized. No Comments

Is Spring the Best Time to Sell Your Home?

Spring is without a doubt the most favorable season to sell your home as it marks the highest number of listings and sales throughout the year. In fact last year, our community experienced nearly 40% of it sales in the spring alone.  With the warmer weather, more daylight hours, tax refunds, and flowers in bloom, spring is the most active time for people to move.

 

Many families also prefer to purchase their new home and move in before summer vacation.  Parents are keenly aware that school registrations need to be dealt with, and would rather not to be loading a moving truck late August, but would still do so in order to settle in before the new school year.

 

Spring offers the best time of year to showcase your home. After a long winter, the first hints of tulips, daisies, and lilies seem to trigger the “moving bug” in many people. Yards tend to look their best in fresh bloom, when the leaves are on the trees.  Open windows allow the most natural light for an extra 5-6 hours each day, and as the sun is at it’s peak, it reduces dark shadows in and around the home.

 

It’s often easier to get your home ready for sale in the spring. Whether you’re painting inside or out, or doing a deep clean, there’s something about our revived energy and desire for fresh beginnings that motivate us to get things done at this time of year.  It’s also easier to maintain cleanliness without the wet winter muck tracking into your home, and closets being more open without bulky winter coats, heavy sweaters, etc.

 

If you’re selling a home in the high-end range and it’s not sold by the end of the spring, you can expect the summer months to be somewhat slower. Higher priced homes require buyers with deeper pockets, who tend to be vacationing over the summer months rather than looking for a home. Thankfully the fall season is not to far away for anyone who isn’t quite ready for a move yet.

 

Fall is considered the next best time to list your home on the market. Linked to the “back to school” mentality, with the leaves turning fabulous colors and nice cool crisp temperatures, you’ll have another good shot at selling your home.  Be prepared to keep up that curbside appeal as the weather changes.

 

While spring is the most favored time to sell, most properties will still sell at any time of year.   Remember, when you sell during the busiest time of the year you will face more competition, making it more important than ever that your home shows its best!  Although there are fewer buyers in the winter season, your competition is also less.  Having said this, there really is no wrong time to list your home to sell, because if you price your home right, and make every effort to present it in a superior way, chances are you will sell your property in a timely manner.

 

Jason Rustand with RE/MAX Real Estate serves with the highest level of integrity and excellence every time.  For more info on this topic or others related to real estate contact LIKE our Jason Rustand Team Facebook page, call Jason direct at 780.980.2828, email jrteam@shaw.ca or visit WeSellLeduc.com.

 


Why We Use Professional Photos To Help Sell Homes

By 179479 on Friday, March 9th, 2018 in Uncategorized. No Comments

Why We Use Professional Photos To Help Sell Homes

Do you want to sell your home quickly, and for the highest price? The photos you post online might make the difference. For the past few years we’ve been using a professional photographer, and we want to tell you why it’s become a must for us to help get homes sold.

According to an article on Realtor.com, an internal case study was done with a company called IMOTO, creating real estate photography for both sellers and REALTORS®.  They compared 350 listings using their professional photography against 350 similar listings in the same area.

Listings using professional photography sold 50% faster and 39% closer to the original list price than similar homes without professional photos. The statistics department also found that those listings with professional photos were viewed 118% more than comparable listings.  While professional photography may help you sell your house faster—or for closer to list price—it still depends on whom you hire and how you use the photos.

More businesses are starting to market via professional photos to enhance specific features, highlighting what we want to buy.  If you’ve ever looked at car dealership websites, you likely noticed the difference between vehicles that are on an open lot, only partially cleaned, and with basic photos. Compare these, with new vehicles that are photographed professionally, highlighting every detail like the chrome finish, black tires, tinted windows, glossy headlights, the make & model and so much more.  You’ve just got drawn in to where you have to have it, and preferably now!

The online photos of your home work the same way.  Of course, you need to do your part to detail your home inside and out by cleaning every possible area, and clearing out small spaces so that they appear bigger. You may even need to do a few repairs and maintenance. Then you need to find the right photographer.  Many professional photographers seek to create an artistic version or one that draws in emotions.  In this case, you really want photos done from the perspective of marketing and selling your house.

To find the right photographer, it’s important to look through their portfolio for housing shots.  To get an idea of what he or she is capable of, look for photos of small spaces, such as a laundry room, a front entry, or a half bath.  These areas more difficult to capture, requiring the right lens and experience, to magnify the best shot possible.  If they can do these well, larger rooms will be done with excellence as well.

Your photographer also needs to be willing to invest the time to move a few items, close a few doors, set the linen just right, or move a picture in order to enhance the marketability of your home.  This requires boldness to speak up when needed, particularly if you’re present as the homeowner.

MLS allows up to 30 images to showcase your property online. This allows you ample opportunity to create an incredible first impression. As we know a first impression is a lasting one, which is why we invest more to market our client’s homes. A huge thank you to our good friend and photographer Jessica Penner with Market House and JPenner Photo Co. for her continued dedication and expertise in professionally showcasing our properties.

 

Jason Rustand with RE/MAX Real Estate serves with the highest level of integrity and excellence every time.  For more info on this topic or others related to real estate contact LIKE our Jason Rustand Team Facebook page, call Jason direct at 780.980.2828, email jrteam@shaw.ca or visit WeSellLeduc.com.


Interview Questions to Ask Your Realtor Before Buying

By 179479 on Thursday, March 1st, 2018 in Uncategorized. No Comments

Interview Questions to Ask Your Realtor Before Buying

Whenever an employer hires someone new, they don’t call in the first resume they see and get them to start working right away. Instead, they interview the candidate first to see if their credentials fit the job, and if their personality is the right fit for the team. In the same way, you don’t want any Realtor working for you without ensuring they’re the right one for you. After all, your home buying experience will only be as good as the Realtor you hire.

Included below are key questions to help you ensure you hire the right Realtor.

1. Is real estate your full-time career or a part-time job?
Buying a home can be a time consuming process, especially when you already have a job, family, and other responsibilities. It’s important that your Realtor is available when you need them. A part-time agent who has other job commitments is less likely to provide prompt service like a full-time agent can.

2. How do you determine which homes match our wants and needs?
Great Realtors have systems or questionnaires in place to determine what homes match your wants and needs. You can expect a great Realtor to ask about your price range, preferred neighborhoods, square footage, and other specific features to help narrow their search. In most cases, once we’ve identified your wants and needs, we usually only have to show you 10 homes or less until you’ve found the right one. Thankfully that saves you time and unnecessary stress when compared to looking at 20+ homes and still feeling like you haven’t found the right one.

3. Do you have a list of trustworthy professionals you can recommend to me?
A great Realtor will have several professional contacts to help improve the probability of a smooth purchase. Because we work with mortgage specialists, lawyers, home inspectors, and other professionals on an ongoing basis, we can recommend top industry experts who’ve been proven to deliver excellence and integrity to clients.

4. Can you provide me with references or testimonials from past clients?
Every Realtor should be able to provide you with a handful of testimonials so that you know how good of a job they’ve done for past clients. Character and integrity come a lot easier when things run well, but then they get tested when unforeseen complications arise. What did the agent do to help make things right for past clients? Having proof that they stand by their clients builds your trust that they will support you if anything unexpected occurs for you along the way.

5. Why should we work with you?
This can be a challenging question for any Realtor. It’s especially difficult if the agent doesn’t have a strong belief in their ability, ongoing training, and confidence to do their job well. These intangibles take time to build; along with added thought and discipline to develop what core values they live and work by. As Realtors we don’t have a tangible product to help ‘sell’ ourselves. What we sell (houses), every other agent also has access to. Therefore, when choosing a Realtor, you need to know how confident and comfortable you feel that they’re the right person to work with.

 

If you’re about to embark on possibly the greatest investment you’ll ever make, wouldn’t you want to ensure you’ve got a great Realtor working for you? This decision alone can and will make the difference for you to right home and at the right price to help protect and grow your family’s future.

If you’re planning to buy or sell a home and don’t already have a local professional Realtor working for you, give us a call. It is always our highest honour to serve you!

 

Jason Rustand with RE/MAX Real Estate serves with the highest level of integrity and excellence every time. For more info on this topic or others related to real estate contact LIKE our Jason Rustand Team Facebook page, call Jason direct at 780.980.2828, email jrteam@shaw.ca or visit WeSellLeduc.com.


Why Working With One Agent Only Is To Your Benefit

By 179479 on Thursday, February 22nd, 2018 in Uncategorized. No Comments

Why Working With One Agent Only Is To Your Benefit

From time to time I get a call from another agent that goes something like this:  “Hey. You know the buyers you showed homes to the other day?  I was just out showing them properties yesterday as well.  I didn’t realize you were already working with them…”

Thankfully most Realtors in our community lead with honesty and integrity, however it can still create an uncomfortable situation when the client wants to work with both of us.  Believe it or not, it’s actually to your benefit to work with only one realtor.

I appreciate the fears that could be going through your mind.  What if they don’t give me all the information? What if they only show me their listings? What if I don’t like them?  These are some concerns I’d have as well if I were in your shoes.

The good news is that if the Realtor you’re working with doesn’t feel like the right choice, you can choose a different one. As a forewarning, be mindful about what you’re signing when it comes to buyer’s agreements.  There are some agreements where once signed, you may not have the option to work with another Realtor until a certain time period has elapsed.

 

What are the benefits in working with only one agent?

  1. Saves you time

When you have one agent working for you, he or she can perform all the research on your behalf, narrow down a property list to include those that best suit your needs, and then show you all of the homes, whether it’s their listing or not.  When you work with multiple agents, you end up doing more research, paging many Realtors, and then wait for them to get back to you, which may not happen all the time.

  1. Better understanding

As you look at homes with one Realtor, you can give him or her feedback on what you do and don’t like.  This provides your Realtor with a better understanding of your style, tastes and preferences. Although it requires added communication up front, it saves you plenty of time and unnecessary stress in the long run.

  1. Builds trust

Soon enough you’ll be signing an offer to purchase for one of the largest investments you may ever make.  Wouldn’t you want some reassurance that you’re making the best choice?  When your Realtor understands what you’re looking for, and has seen all the comparable properties, he or she can affirm if it’s the right decision or not.  Personally, I’d want 100% confidence that the person negotiating on my behalf is truly working in my best interest!

 

As it’s recommended we work with one pharmacist, one dentist, one doctor or one financial advisor, we also recommend you work with one Realtor.   You need the assurance of knowing you have a professional leading you with integrity while buying a home, as it’s a decision that will affect both your family, and financial future.

 

If you’re considering buying or selling a home and don’t already have a Realtor you’ve committed to, give us a call. It is always our greatest honour to serve you!

 

 

Jason Rustand with RE/MAX Real Estate serves with the highest level of integrity and excellence every time.  For more info on this topic or others related to real estate contact LIKE our Jason Rustand Team Facebook page, call us at 780.980.2828, email jrteam@shaw.ca or visit WeSellLeduc.com


8 Signs your home is priced too high – Part 2

By 179479 on Thursday, February 15th, 2018 in Uncategorized. No Comments

Last week we shared the first 4 signs you may find if your home is priced too high. As a quick recap, these included:

  1. Your home is priced higher than neighbors.
  2. You’ve had very little or no showings at all.
  3. You’ve had many showings, but no offer.
  4. Showing feedback indicates your home is overpriced.

 

If you want to explore these signs further, feel free to check out last week’s blog down below. As we dig into the next four signs, some of what we share may sting a little. Being candid is never easy, however it is important we share the truth even though it may be harder to hear.

 

Neighbour homes are selling, but yours is not. Sellers have a keen interest on how quickly neighbouring properties are selling and for how much money. At times a seller will say, “My neighbour’s home sold for $________, and ours is in better condition.”

There are many factors that influence the saleability of a home. This can range from size to style, floor plan to functionality, condition, upgrades, lot size, deck size, direction the house is facing, modern furnishings and so, so much more.

If one neighbours home has sold and yours hasn’t, no need to worry, this can happen. However, if multiples homes are selling around you and yours is not, this is a strong indication your home is overpriced.

 

You received low ball offers. A buyer may come along and offer a low price because he or she wants to get a ‘steal of a deal’. Other times ‘low ball’ offers come when a property is overpriced. The buyers like what they see, but they’ve also seen many other comparable homes at a better price. If you’ve received more than one offer that has come in at price much lower than your asking price it’s a sign that buyers are not willing to pay your price.

 

You hired the Realtor who gave you the highest price. At times sellers invite two or three Realtors out to do a listing presentation.  With the selection of agents available, it makes sense that you want to ensure you hire the right choice.

It’s important to be aware that some Realtors may ‘buy’ a listing by suggesting a price that is much higher than market value. Realtors go through a similar process and data to determine market value of a property so their value should be within a 3% margin at most. When a price offered is 5-10% higher than what others have shared, it’s possible this high price was given in order to secure the listing.

 

Your home did not sell and expired. Some properties are very unique or within a high end price range where buyer selection is minimal. Due to a limited number of buyers, these properties can sit on the market and eventually expire.

If your property is within a price range where we see a steady number of buyers, if it’s in good condition, is being marketed properly and is accessible for showings, it should sell. If it doesn’t, its very possible potential buyers did not see sufficient value for the price.

If you’re considering selling and would like more information about pricing and the selling process, be sure to give us a call! It is always our highest honour to serve you!

 

Jason Rustand with RE/MAX Real Estate serves with the highest level of integrity and excellence every time.  For more info on this topic or others related to real estate contact LIKE our Jason Rustand Team Facebook page, call Jason direct at 780.980.2828, email jrteam@shaw.ca or visit WeSellLeduc.com.


8 Signs Your Home is Priced Too High – Part 1

By 179479 on Thursday, February 8th, 2018 in Uncategorized. No Comments

8 Signs Your Home is Priced Too High – Part 1

Pricing is without a doubt the most critical factor when selling your home. You want to price your property right from the beginning, otherwise you risk missing your peak marketing period which can cost you more money than you think. The unfortunate outcome is that you’re more likely to end up with less money in your pocket once the sale is complete.

How do you know if your home is overpriced? There are many signs to know if your asking price is not meeting buyer’s expectations. If you’re selling your home or plan to sell, watch out for these signs, and if needed make a price adjustment as soon as possible!

 

Your home is priced higher than neighbors. More often than not, in most neighborhoods homes will be priced quite consistently. Realtors determine a property’s value by completing a comparative market analysis (CMA). The properties of comparison are typically those that have sold in the past 3-6 months of similar size and features within the same neighborhood. If data isn’t sufficient, other areas built within the same timeframe may also be sourced.

If your home offers similar living space, condition, features, lot size etc. and is priced much higher than your competition it is likely you won’t get much interest.

Certain elements can lead to a higher price point. Things like a massive lot, basement development, substantial upgrades and more.

 

You’ve had very little or no showings at all. Extreme weather conditions can be one reason buyers hold back from viewing properties.  If you’ve experienced no showings with -30 weather, that is fairly common. However, if your home is newer to the market and you haven’t seen a showing in the first few weeks, that can be another sign your property is priced too high.

As a seller this can be quite frustrating, especially when you work hard every morning to have your home is ‘show ready’ condition.

 

You’ve had many showings, but no offer. Depending on the price point, competition, number of buyers and a few other factors, properties that are priced right tend to see an offer in the first 10-12 showings. When a property has had 12 showings and no offers, this is a good indication buyers are seeing better value for the dollar with competing properties.

Though it can be hard to receive a price adjustment suggest from your Realtor, having lots of showings with no further interest is a strong indicator it may be your next best step.

 

Showing feedback indicates your home is overpriced. One thing we value is showing feedback from other Realtors who have shown our listings to their buyers. Their feedback can tell us exactly how your home compares to the other 4 or 5 they saw that same day.

Feedback is invaluable as it allows you as a seller the opportunity to correct things a buyer may object to. For example, if multiple buyers are saying the kids’ bedrooms are painted too bright, or the closets are too small, this is a clear indication you may have work to do. You could repaint in neutral tones, or declutter your closets while also buying some baskets to help organize what you have. Winners and Home Sense have some incredible, affordable organization options that also add a splash of décor to your closet spaces.

 

Next week we’ll be back, sharing the next 4 signs to know if your home is priced too high. Be sure to join us, or check out our blog at www.WeSellLeduc.com/blog

If you’d like a free market evaluation, or are considering buying or selling a home, give us a call. It is always our greatest honour to serve you!

 

Jason Rustand with RE/MAX Real Estate serves with the highest level of integrity and excellence every time.  For more info on this topic or others related to real estate contact LIKE our Jason Rustand Team Facebook page, call Jason direct at 780.980.2828, email jrteam@shaw.ca or visit WeSellLeduc.com.


Purchasing A Foreclosure

By 179479 on Thursday, February 1st, 2018 in Uncategorized. No Comments

What You Need to Know Before Considering A Foreclosure

We’ve all heard that you can get a good deal on foreclosure properties.  While it may seem like a great investment, we want to share with you what possible setbacks you need to be aware of, as well as the potential benefits that can be gained.

 

The Process

Although lenders can vary on policy, they often don’t consider foreclosure until a homeowner has fallen 90 days (or more) behind on payments. Their primary goal is for the owner to keep their home, but in the event it cannot happen, the foreclosure process can begin. Once a house has been foreclosed upon, the bank will work fairly quickly to attempt to recoup their money.  Most often, foreclosure properties are sold in as-is condition, meaning they are sold without guarantee and without warranty.

 

The Possible Setbacks

Foreclosure occurs when a lender has taken back a property because the owners fell behind and could not catch up their payments. When purchasing a foreclosure property, you’re basically buying someone else’s misfortune.  Their emotional turmoil and anger towards their financial situation may be taken out on the home, causing a lot of damage. It’s not uncommon to see holes in walls, damaged fixtures, or ruined flooring.

It’s almost a guarantee that when a homeowner can’t afford their monthly payments, they also can’t afford maintenance and upkeep; so buyers are typically faced with an extensive list of repairs that have been ignored.

With foreclosures, homeowners often take anything of value that can be removed from the property such as window coverings, appliance, fixtures etc.  You’ll want to budget replacement for items like these.

 

The Potential Gain

While many foreclosures are in pretty rough shape, there are some exceptions where buyers only need to do a few minor repairs, add a fresh coat of pain and replace the appliances and/or window coverings. Depending on the purchase price, adding the cost of replacement, repairs and upgrades could be much lower than the market value of comparable homes in the area. There could be potential for a good return on investment provided the cost of repair and additional expenses don’t exceed resale value of the home.

 

The Professional Support

By educating and surrounding yourself with experts in the foreclosure process, there is the potential to gain a decent return on your investment. Enlisting the support of an experienced Realtor who can guide the process, and negotiate the best price for you will set you up success. Hiring a home inspector who can provide a detailed report on necessary repairs will help you create a complete budget for repairs and renos. Of course you also want to hire a lawyer to ensure your purchase is protected during the closing process as well.

 

If you’d like more information about foreclosures, or are considering buying or selling a home, give us a call. It is always our greatest honour to serve you!

 

Jason Rustand with RE/MAX Real Estate serves with the highest level of integrity and excellence every time.  For more info on this topic or others related to real estate contact LIKE our Jason Rustand Team Facebook page, call Jason direct at 780.980.2828, email jrteam@shaw.ca or visit WeSellLeduc.com


2018 Home Décor Trends

By 179479 on Thursday, January 25th, 2018 in Uncategorized. No Comments

2018 Home Décor Trends

I must admit our family is not keen on following trends. It can almost become a full time job keeping up with new designs and décor. By the time you renovate a room to suit the newest style, another one has already come along.

Even so, it’s good to be in the know of what you can expect to see more of this year. If you plan to renovate or update your home, here are some of the top trends to look out for:

 

  1. Shapely furniture

Couches are going back to curvier shapes that enhance comfort and color. Feel-good furniture that offers softer shapes, larger sizes, cozy textures and are padded for maximum comfort will elevate the sanctuary feel many are going for this year.

 

  1. Environmental feel

Going natural is a relevant interior trend that is making headway with environmental colors like emerald, olive and sage. We’ll also see more natural looks like stone, wood and other earthy materials. These include wood end tables, storage units, kitchen accessories and more.

 

  1. Wabi-Sabi

 Wabi-Sabi is the Japanese art of finding beauty in imperfection and embracing authenticity. Here we will see more handmade, hand painted items that include rough edging and finishing. If you consider tables with burn marks, pre-wrinkled linen sheets and wood furniture with uneven grains this is imperfected look we’re referring to. The result is a personal, natural and organic esthetic.

 

  1. Brass is coming back

If your home was built in the 80’s or 90’s and is still finished with brass handles, faucets, fixtures and mirrors you may wish to keep some around a little longer as brass is making its comeback. Brass won’t necessarily be seen as a running theme in a home, however will be treated like an accessory.

 

  1. Rich tones

We’re still seeing neutral light gray leading colour designs, however richer, darker tones are starting to regain momentum. They are being set for specific use, alongside neutral tones of white, grey or cream, creating a strong yet calm and gentle look.

 

The key to your décor is to stick with what you love whether it’s the ‘in thing’ or not. You always want your home to be a reflection of what you value most. And, if you or anyone you know has considered buying or selling a home, give us a call. It’d be our highest honour to serve you!

 

Jason Rustand with RE/MAX Real Estate serves with the highest level of integrity and excellence every time. For more info on this topic or others related to real estate, LIKE our Jason Rustand Team Facebook page, call us direct at 780-980-2828, email jrteam@shaw.ca or visit WeSellLeduc.com

 

 


New Mortgage Rules for 2018

By 179479 on Thursday, January 18th, 2018 in Uncategorized. No Comments

 

New Mortgage Rules for 2018  

As of January 1st, 2018 buyers applying for a mortgage may have to prove that they’re able to handle interest rates that are substantially higher than their contract rate.

Canada’s federal finance regulator announced in October last year that buyers with a 20% or more down payment will have to face a stress test, similar to buyers with smaller down payments starting this year.

 

What is a Stress Test?

The stress test means that a mortgage application will be approved based on the Bank of Canada’s five-year benchmark rate, which currently sits at 4.99%, or their contract rate plus 2%, whichever is higher. This will cause many home buyers to settle for a less expensive home than what they would’ve originally been able to afford.

 

Renewals and Refinances

Lenders don’t have to apply the stress test to clients renewing an existing mortgage. If, however you choose to shop around for a better rate and don’t meet the stress test requirements, you will have to stay with your current financial institution.

If you plan to refinance your mortgage to pay off debt or do some renovations, you will have to qualify under the stress test rather than your contract mortgage rate.

 

Does Everyone Have To Do A Stress Test?

If you signed a purchase agreement prior to January 1st and are still awaiting possession, lenders will not apply the stress test. This remains true for pre-construction purchase agreements as well.

When evaluating whether or not to apply the stress test, financial institutions will consider the size of the mortgage compared to the price of the property as well as the buyer’s credit scores. This means not all buyers will have to face the stress test.

These new rules may turn some buyers away from being able to purchase a property or refinance their mortgage. The goal is for the stress test to ensure housing expenses remain below a certain threshold even if rates rise, promoting increased long term financial stability for Canadian families.

 

What Now?

If you’re thinking about buying or upgrading your home and want to see if the new mortgage rules affect you, give us a call. We’d be happy to get a better understanding of your goals and set you up with a great mortgage specialist so you know if, or how much your purchase plans may be affected. We’ll give you our honest feedback about what options may be right for you.

 

 

Jason Rustand with RE/MAX Real Estate serves with the highest level of integrity and excellence every time.  For more info on this topic or others related to real estate contact LIKE our Jason Rustand Team Facebook page, call Jason direct at 780.980.2828, email jrteam@shaw.ca or visit WeSellLeduc.com

 

***article resourced from globalnews.ca ***

Twas the night before Christmas…Real Estate version

By 179479 on Wednesday, December 13th, 2017 in Uncategorized. No Comments

Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house

Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse

The JRT sign hung on the front lawn with care

In hopes that a buyer would soon be there

 

The sellers polished and cleaned day after day

“You want to be prepared for a showing”, we’d say

Dreams of an offer danced in their head

While visions of a winter move filled them with dread

 

MLS.ca, WeSellLeduc.com, the Rep to name a few

Professional photos, Facebook, Instagram, & video too

Keep your hopes high, our marketing efforts continue to grow

Even though the holidays cause it to be a little slow

 

We got the call, a buyer is coming in two nights

Fantastic news, we will turn on all the lights

Come on kids, pick up the toys and clean up your room

No you can’t just sweep them under the bed with the broom.

 

We spoke with the buyer’s Realtor, an offer is on its way

You can expect to hear back from us later today

We have your offer, but it came in a little low

No worries, it’s the season, it’s the way it can go

 

We’ll negotiate your price, there’s no need to stress

Leave it all to us, we’ll do what we do best.

I called up the agent right on the spot

I asked, do you think they’ll accept the price or not?

 

Back and forth we go a little more

We’re almost ready to settle the score

That’s it, we did it, the buyer’s agree

Our sellers are happy and filled with glee

 

“Oh my!” they exclaim; we need a new house in 30 days

We need to shop and pack fast to get through this phase

We’ve got the right buyer’s agent just for you

Her name is Liz and she knows the urgency you’re in too

 

“We’ve got seven properties to choose from”, Liz said

Tomorrow we’ll find one that’ll fit your king sized bed

We looked and looked until the night was nearly done

And there we find it. This is it. It is ‘the one’

 

For us, it is an honor to be your real estate team

It’s more than selling houses; it’s helping you achieve your dream

As we reflect back, our hearts are filled with joy and delight

Merry Christmas to all, to all and good night!

 

Jason Rustand with RE/MAX Real Estate serves with the highest level of integrity and excellence every time. For more info on this topic or others related to real estate, LIKE our Jason Rustand Team Facebook page, call us direct at 780-980-2828, email jrteam@shaw.ca or visit WeSellLeduc.com