To enable sellers to meet their goals for selling, the preparation includes:
Current market conditions & timing for selling.
Price comparisons to other sold properties in the local area.
Costs involved with selling.
Plan for marketing your property at its best potential to prospective buyers.
Listing agreement, showing arrangements.
Evaluating & negotiating offers.
Closing day and beyond.

To add to the success of her clients’ sales closings Joyce has taken additional training and obtained a Seller Representative Specialist (SRS) designation.

Contact Joyce for information on making it happen to sell your property.

Downsizing/Moving up

Real Estate Buyers are a diverse group. Their reasons for making a move are unique as well.

It could be to accommodate a larger family, schools & neighbourhood, live close to where you currently are, purchase a different type or age of home.

Find your ‘forever’ home, second home or investment property.

Relocate for employment or move closer to family & friends.

Downsize to a smaller home, whether for retirement or just to make life easier.

Joyce is patient and conscientious in working with you to achieve your unique needs and expectations.

Acreage Living

Always dreamed of living in the country?  Do you desire open spaces and the room to spread out?

Do you have horses or always wanted to?  Maybe it is your dream shop or the views that go for miles.

It can take time to find that idyllic acreage as there are many differences in country living from living in the city or town.  There are many considerations for buyers such as municipal bylaws, the property and boundaries, utilities available, wells and water supply, septic and sewer management, any underground pipelines or allowances, accessory buildings, fences, financing a rural property and GST considerations.

As well as experiencing rural living herself, Joyce has taken specific training in rural properties from Olds College (FRAPP) Farm, Ranch and Acreage Properties program and has a keen interest in rural life and assisting in finding your rural property.

Condo Living

Considering the condo lifestyle?  Have a busy on the go career, seldom home, ‘snow birds’, want a secure building, no lawn or exterior maintenance requirements or be able to participate in activities offered in some condominiums.  A condo could be your lifestyle of choice.

If you are considering a condo you need to know how they are run, responsibilities as an owner and the responsibilities of the board of directors.  There are a wide range of prices, location, size and amenities with condominiums.  Also inspection of the condo documents, property inspections should be referred to their respective professionals, so you have an understanding of the history of the complex, operating  cost and the financial status of the corporation, information on recreational facilities and whether there are any restrictions such as age, pets or home based businesses, how is parking assigned or purchased and any other bylaws that could affect you.

Joyce has taken additional courses with the Calgary Real Estate Board such as Condo Basics and has trusted professionals she can refer you to for condo document inspections, legal and financial advise so you can become an educated buyer and investigate your purchase.