Our team will guide you through every stage of the condo selling process to ensure your condo is best represented in the marketplace so that you get top dollar for your condo.

comparative market analysis

Our team will prepare a comparative market analysis (CMA) of what your condo is worth in the current market and compared to similar units in the building and other properties in the area. The CMA guides how your unit needs to be priced.

Marketing Plan

A customized Marketing Plan for your unit will be prepared to expose your property on the MLS®, our website, the C21 Canada site, and various social media platforms. Learn about our comprehensive marketing plan here.

signing a listing agreement

The first formal step in marketing your property is to enter into a Seller Brokerage Agreement; this is a contract that outlines the relationship between you and your team at Century 21 All Points.

The listing agreement allows us to put your property on the MLS® system and to actively market your home for a specified period of time. It also outlines the responsibilities of all parties including the amount of commission to be paid by you, the seller to all parties. Commissions are paid at the time of Closing.

When we set up the appointment to sign the Listing Agreement, we will ask that collect the following information so we will have it available for any potential buyers:

  • Condo Documents
  • Your unit's current Condo Fees and what they include
  • Account numbers of utilities that you pay
  • Information about any Leased Equipment in the unit
  • Parking Space Number & Storage Unit Number (if applicable)
  • Dates and information about any renovations that you have done
  • Key and fob for your unit
  • Amenities available in the building

Prepare for Photos

First impressions are lasting impressions. To ensure that buyers looking at your condo are left with the best possible impression, read our tips for preparing your condo here.

Photos of your Unit, any common spaces, parking, and storage spaces will be taken. In addition, we will do a 360 VR tour of the unit to be used as part of the marketing.

Prepare for Viewings

Determine when your condo is available for viewings.

You do not need to be there, the agents and their clients will come in using the key you provide. It is advised not to limit the time available for showings as much as possible.

Received Offer

When an offer is received, we will review the offer with you to ensure your understanding of all the aspects of the offer. Advice in terms of countering or accepting the offer will be provided and we will negotiate on your behalf with the other agent.

Acceptance of an offer

Once an offer has been accepted, our team will provide the support you'll need to ensure that documents are provided to all parties as required and to follow up on all condition deadlines. We stay in communication with you throughout the process to ensure that you are aware of any issues that may arise and assist when there are items to be dealt with.

Closing Day and Beyond

Our team will work with you right up to the Closing Day to make sure that the property is ready to close. After your unit is closed, we will be always be happy to answer any questions on the transaction and provide support.