Real Collective REALTORS® deliver results. With over 50 years combined Real Estate Experience, our REALTORS® have the knowledge to sell your home for the top price, in less time and with fewer hassles. We have aligned ourselves with the largest RE/MAX Franchise in the world! RE/MAX Hallmark has over 1500 REALTORS® in 19 offices throughout all of Ontario, the scope is tremendous. So the Real Collective is a group of local neighbourhood experts, no matter which neighbourhood you live in.

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1. An Experienced Agent you can count on

Your home may be your largest personal investment. One of the most important decisions you will make when selling it is who will assist you. You should put the sale in the hands of an experienced agent who will produce results for you and provide a premier customer experience. To help you sell your home quickly and for the best possible price, an agent must effectively manage the transaction from start to finish. This requires specialized knowledge and skills:

  • Knowing the market
  • Pricing your home correctly
  • Staging your home, inside and out, for maximum impact
  • Marketing to attract buyers
  • Negotiating the offer to deliver the best return
  • Navigating inspections, conditions, and the details
  • Successfully closing the deal

2. A Trusted Advisor at your side

Real Collective are a group of trusted advisors who are committed to their clients and possess the knowledge and experience to help them navigate today’s complex real estate market.

  • Experience Equals Results
    • Selling your home quickly and for the best possible price depends on accurate market analysis, strategic pricing, effective marketing and negotiation. With years of experience and the advantage of working collaboratively – Real Collective hones in on power in numbers. Each REALTOR® on our team has their own specialty and educational background which maximizes results for you.
  • Expertise built on Training
    • It takes an agent with superior training to provide you with the best advice and counsel. That’s why you’ll often see professional designations and certifications listed among the qualifications of our agents.

3. Marketing to attract more buyers

Looking for more potential buyers to find your property? A Real Collective REALTOR® will help your home stand out in the marketplace, we’re known for our videos, our direct marketing using FB, IG, and PPC. Harnessing the full power of the internet to ensure your home gets maximum exposure.

  • Getting the basics right
    • Real Collective has the power of RE/MAX behind them. RE/MAX the most recognized name in real estate in Canada. From the RE/MAX for sale sign to remax.ca, and from RE/MAX global services, to the balloon in the sky, the RE/MAX brand attracts attention to your home. When homebuyers see that sign on your lawn, they understand that you’re working with a market leader.
  • Local and national advertising
    • TV, radio, billboard, print, Internet and social media ads reach millions of people every day to help your RE/MAX REALTOR® drive more potential buyers, more showings and more overall activity to your home. The Real Collective supplements the work that RE/MAX does at a national level by implementing hyper-local ads, we get down to the specific demographics of your neighbourhood and track each advertising campaign typically generating an extra 70-90 potential buyers for each property that our specialized team will qualify for you.
  • Putting the Internet to Work for You
    • More than 95% of homebuyers use the internet to search for their home. Our marketing dollars go to work for your home, not only will your home appear on Remax.ca (a powerful real estate website, attracting millions of people every month). But it will also appear on remaxglobal.net, furthermore the Real Collective also invests in paid Facebook marketing campaigns, advertises on social media channels, YouTube and their website using SEO to drive traffic to see your home.
  • A Network of Nearly 100,000 Agents Working Together
    • Marketing to other top agents is critical in generating higher interest in your property. Marketing within our successful REALTOR® network means even greater visibility for your home. All of our agents have great relationships with the other agents in their service area, helping ensure negotiations and interactions are favourable to our clients.

4. Outstanding Results for you

Pricing, staging and marketing are the first steps in successfully selling your home, but closing the sale requires in-depth knowledge and experience. Once you’ve accepted an offer, a lot of details remain before you get to the closing table.

Strategic Negotiation

Purchase offers on your home may be complicated and might contain special clauses. Price is not the only consideration. Your Real Collective REALTOR® will help you understand and evaluate offers and work hard to get you the best terms possible. Understanding contingencies and closing loopholes will make the sale go smoothly.

Navigating Inspections, Appraisals and the Details

In many cases, the most critical elements of a home sale occur after you and the buyer have reached an agreement. These components of the transaction may include home inspections, objections, resolution deadlines, mortgage lender appraisals, title searches, surveys and more.

A Real Collective REALTOR® will help you understand the process and keep the sale on track.

Close with Confidence

Your Real Collective REALTOR® will help you navigate the critical steps once the final offer is made so that you can close with confidence.

You can help get the results you want by staging your home. Staging is not about redecorating your entire home. It is about rearranging what you do have and making a few improvements to appeal to more buyers.

When you work with the Real Collective you will get a complimentary staging consultation and a to-do list that will help you go through room by room to ensure your home shows at its absolute best, which will help your home sell quickly and for a better price.

Create Great Curb Appeal

Make the first impression count. Clean up, paint front windows and doors, keep the lawn mowed and the bushes trimmed, plant or pot colorful flowers, clear the sidewalks.

Make the House Shine

A home in immaculate condition sells more quickly and for more money. Wash windows inside and out, make sure kitchen and bath features gleam, shampoo or replace carpeting, clean and dust throughout, remove any pet odors.


You want buyers to imagine themselves living in your home. Pack up those family heirlooms and personal photographs.


Less is more in creating home appeal. Keep counters free of personal items, pare furnishings down to the bare essentials, pack up those cute knick knacks.

Make Minor Repairs

Don’t let maintenance shortcomings affect the sale. Patch any holes in the walls. Consider painting them in a neutral color. Replace cracked floor or countertops, fix leaky faucets and doors that don’t close properly, replace burned-out light bulbs.

Remove Favourite Items

If buyers don’t see something, they won’t want it to be part of the deal. Remove fixtures or window coverings now if you’re going to take them with you.

Rearrange Closets and Cabinets

Tidy, organized closets make a positive statement about your home. Keep medicines and other personal items out of sight, pack away much of your clothing, neatly arrange clothing, neatly arrange shoes and shelf items.

Show Your Home in the Best Light

Your home needs to be at its friendliest when buyers go through it. Open the drapes and let the sunshine in, have fresh flowers on display and set your home to a comfortable temperature.

Keep a Low Profile

Nobody knows your home as well as you do, but Real Collective REALTORS® know buyers – what they need and what they want. Your Real Collective REALTOR® will have an easier time articulating the virtues of your home if you stay in the background.

Lighten up at Night

Turn on the excitement by turning on all your lights, both inside and outside, when showing your home in the evening. Lights add colour, warmth, and make prospects feel welcome.

Be Absent During Showings

Leave your home during showings to give potential buyers comfort when they are viewing your home.

Don’t Apologize

No matter how humble your abode, never apologize for its shortcomings. If a prospect volunteers a derogatory comment about your home’s appearance, let your Real Collective REALTOR® handle the situation.

Watch Your Pets

Dogs and cats are great companions, but when you’re showing your home, pets have a talent for getting underfoot. So do everyone a favour, keep Kitty and Spot outside, or at least out of the way.

Think Safety

Homeowners learn to live with all kinds of self-set booby traps: roller skates on the stairs, extension cords, slippery throw rugs and low hanging overhead lights. Make your residence as non perilous as possible for uninitiated visitors.

Think Volume

Rock’n’Roll will never die. But it might kill a real estate transaction. When it’s time to show your home, it’s time to turn off the stereo or TV.

Defer to Experience

When prospects want to talk price, terms or other real estate matters, let them speak to your Real Collective REALTOR®.

Be Prepared

You never know when your agent may need to show your home on a moment’s notice. So make your beds and tidy up each morning, just in case.

Don’t Turn Your Home into a Second-Hand Store

When prospective buyers come to view your home, don’t distract them with offers to sell furnishings you no longer need. You may lose the biggest sale of all.

Avoid Crowd Scenes

Potential buyers often feel like intruders when they enter a home filled with people. Rather than giving your house the attention it deserves. They’re likely to hurry through. Keep the company or tenants present to a minimum.

Help Your REALTOR®

Your Real Collective REALTOR® will have an easier time selling your home if showings are scheduled through their office. We have an integrated system including an app, to allow you to keep tabs on all the showings and feedback. You’ll appreciate the results!

Before you put your home up for sale, you must set the price. And before you can do that, you must know what the house is worth. That doesn’t mean what you paid for it, or how you upgraded it. Determining worth is simply finding out what someone would pay for it.

The real estate market is in constant motion, not only as a whole but in particular areas as well. Knowing what is going on in the overall and local real estate markets will help you understand how these conditions can affect the sale of your home.

Major Factors Affecting Market Value

  • Price
  • Supply and demand
  • Seasonal markets
  • Mortgage rates
  • Condition of property
  • Location, location, location

Understand Market Conditions

Buyers Market: The supply of homes on the market exceeds demand. Prices are stable or perhaps dropping.

Sellers Market: The number of potential buyers exceeds the supply of homes on the market. Homes sell quickly, prices usually increase.

Balanced Market: The number of homes on the market is roughly equal to the demand.

Asking Price

Once you and your Real Collective REALTOR® have determined your home’s worth, you will determine the asking price. Our goal is a price that will attract a willing and able buyer, in a reasonable time, at the best price.

The price should not exceed market value by more than 5% If the price is set too high, it may deter prospective buyers If the price is set too high, buyers may be skeptical and may offer less than the asking price.

Competitive Market Analysis

You receive a written estimate of value based on the analysis of:

Similar Homes for Sale Now – this shows what homes we are competing against. Buyers compare your home to these homes.

Similar Home Recently Sold – these tell what buyers are willing to pay for this kind of home, in this area, at this time.

Expired Listings and Similar Homes unsold for 90 days or more – illustrates problems of overpricing.

1.Faster Sale

When your home sells faster, you save carrying costs, mortgage payments, other ownership costs and is less stressful on your family.

2. Less Inconvenience

If you’ve moved before, you know the energy it takes to prepare for showing; keeping the home clean, making child care arrangements and altering your lifestyle. Proper pricing reduces the amount of time your home is on the market, and thus reduces all the inconvenience of selling your home.

3. Exposure to More Buyers

At market value, you open your home up to more people who can afford the price.

4. Increased REALTOR® Response

When REALTORS® are excited about a home and its price, they make special efforts to contact all their potential buyers.

5. Better Response from Advertising and Sign Calls

Ad calls and sign calls to REALTORS® turn into showings and sales when price is not a deterrent.

6. Attracts Higher Offers

When a home is priced right, buyers are less likely to come in with a low offer.

7. Means More Money to You

If a home is priced right, the excitement of the market produces higher sale prices. You benefit more, both in terms of actual sale price and in less carrying costs.

Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®)

We cooperate with all members of the local multiple listing associations.

Your property is available to real estate salespeople representing other firms.

Total cooperation with all association members improves your market position.

Maintaining cooperating remuneration at an appealing rate will help you attract more buyers’ agents

Public Open Houses

Open houses are held when consistent with your marketing needs.

This exposes your home to potential buyers who might not have otherwise seen the property.

It recruits the neighbours to help find a buyer for your home

It guarantees immediate professional assistance to interested parties.

Online Marketing

When you list with Real Collective, we hire a professional photographer/videographer to capture your home in it’s best light. This allows us to market your property digitally to ensure that your home gets maximum exposure. We advertise your photos and video online in the following ways and locations:

Your Real Collective REALTOR® provides the following services:

  • Review documents
  • Assist in qualifying purchasers
  • Help you make the appropriate response
  • Assist in drafting counter-offers when necessary
  • Negotiate top dollar for your home
  • Handle all negotiations so you don’t have to

Knowing the questions to ask, when to ask them and when to not ask could make a difference for you of 10’s of thousands of dollars. Negotiating skills are the single most important asset that our agents bring to the table, and we don’t take the responsibility lightly


In today’s ever changing financial market, we know the best sources for real estate financing. A Real Collective REALTOR® experience helps ensure financing is obtained, even if the buyer’s agent is unable to get financing lined up, we will be able to connect the buyers with brokers who will get the financing completed.


Many offers will have conditions attached to them.

For example: Conditional Upon Financing, Conditional Upon Home Inspection, etc. We will discuss these further when they arise.


The buyers may request additional items be included in the sale of the home such as fixtures furnishings and appliances. You may be willing to negotiate these items depending on the price offered to you.

Home Inspection

The majority of agents stress to their Buyers that a home inspection is critical. Don’t be too concerned because no home is perfect. Small maintenance items found by the home inspector should NOT be part of any renegotiations by the Buyer. Larger issues will be discussed if and when they arise.


You will complete a Seller Disclosure form during the intake process. This form will outline any material defects that may be present at your home. These material defects MUST be disclosed if known to you.

Deposit Money

If all of the above goes well, the buyers will be putting up some money to show you they are sincere about purchasing your home. Your Real Collective REALTOR® will give you guidelines for how much this should be.


The transaction is not complete until you receive full payment, the deed is delivered, and the buyer takes possession of the property.

  • Expect thorough follow-up
  • Depend on continuing communication
  • Anticipate a satisfactory conclusion for all parties