- You are treated with highest standard of care as our client.
- Your house is listed at the best, strategic time to secure a higher price.
- Your home's price is evaluated after careful market analysis.
- Your property is well marketed to draw in higher offers.
- All the stress of paperwork or managing the sale is taken off your shoulders.
HOME SELLER'S ROAD MAP
Working with Team Mundi
Dale Mundi has carefully selected every single sales representative on his team to ensure full customer satisfaction. Choosing to work with our team, connects you with knowledgeable professionals who are well versed in all aspects of real estate.Dale Mundi’s team serves people from all neighborhoods in Brampton, Mississauga, Caledon, North York, Toronto and even regions of Southern Ontario such as Niagara Falls and Welland.
Exclusive and Non-Exclusive Listing Arrangements
An exclusive listing arrangement means that you are granting us an exclusive access to find a buyer for your home. This type of arrangement is ideal in a seller’s market.
A non-exclusive listing arrangement means that your listing will be posted on various websites including the MLS system and realestatehut.co . This will guarantee higher exposure for your property.
There are more homes on the market than there are buyers.In this case, buyers have stronger leverage when negotiating.
Seller's Market: There are more buyers than there are homes for sale. Homes sell quickly in a seller’s market.
Balanced Market: There are same number of homes for sale and buyers. This means that homes sell within a reasonable time.
Your Asking Price:
Before you put your home up for sale, you must determine what your house is worth. Dale Mundi and his team will assist you in determining an asking price that will accurately reflect the market and comparable listings.
Dale Mundi and his team will note your minimum conditions, acceptable closing dates, and price expectations, to create an offer that will be acceptable to you.
We will also review any offer submitted by a buyer with you to ensure that you understand all the conditions.
Your Seller guide will contain the following: The names of the potential purchaser, Your name, A description of the property, Any conditions the buyer wishes to attach to the purchase, Price, Closing date, Home inspection, An irrevocable date and Possible mortgage details.
Here’s what your lawyer will do to assist you in making the sale of you home hassle-free: Review the purchase agreement, Prepare transfer of title documents and inform the purchaser’s lawyer, Review mortgage transactions, Close the transaction, Pay the appropriate commissions, Pay outstanding claims against the property, Arrange for the mortgage to be paid (if necessary), Forward the balance of the money from the sale to you, A complete statement reporting all transactions
Evaluating the Offer
Decide on the lowest acceptable price before you receive the first offer. When you receive the offer you will be able to take into consideration the price, as well as the other terms that the purchaser is requesting. Carefully look over all terms and conditions with your agent to ensure that the offer is understood. Any questions about the proposed offer can be clarified through your agent.
Accepting the Offer
Once you’re satisfied with the terms and conditions of the offer, you can accept it. The purchaser will pay a deposit which will be held until the deal is closed.
Congratulations! The closing of your home means that you’ll be busy packing up your belongings and ensuring that you have all your arrangements made to move into your new home. Anything you agreed to sell in the offer you accepted must be left behind in the same condition at the time of sale.
If there is any major change in the state of the home or other items agreed upon, you are responsible to tell the purchaser, at which point the purchaser may walk away from the deal and have the deposit returned. The purchaser may also choose to close and collect any insurance proceeds. In the event of this, don’t make any repairs without knowing what the purchaser would like to do.
Once the agreement is signed you and the purchaser are under legal obligation to close. If you decided not to sell your home, the purchaser has the right to sue. If the purchaser decides to walk away from the deal, you can claim the purchaser’s deposit or sue for damages. Chances are you’ve already bought your new home, or are in the process of looking for one. If you need assistance with the home buying process, check out the Buyer’s Guide for more details on finding the best home for you!