Real Estate Sellers Guide

Tips and Advice For Selling Your Piece Of Edmonton Real Estate

Selling your Edmonton home can be a very exciting proposition or a daunting one depending on the advice you receive. By working with us, we will ensure that the experience is a pleasant and memorable one. We encourage you to take advantage of these Edmonton Real Estate selling tips and advice within these Edmonton home selling guides to help you understand the entire process.

These guides will provide valuable advice on questions like:

  • When should you sell your Edmonton home?
  • How do sell your house for top value?
  • Will renovations increase my Edmonton home selling price?
  • And more...

We have prepared this comprehensive Edmonton Home Selling Guide to better assist you in answering the many questions that arise during the home selling process. When you're armed with the right information and experienced professionals like us at MaxWell Polaris, you will be closer to reaching your goal.

Thinking of Selling Your Edmonton Home?

This section will provide you with some insights into the many factors that affect a selling decision. Various factors can affect the Edmonton real estate market including economics, interest rates and the general supply and demand. Regardless of these factors, remember that the best time to sell is always when you're ready!

Getting Ready

Choosing the right Real Estate Professional, understanding Edmonton's real estate market conditions and having all your documents in place will ensure the selling process runs smoothly.

Marketing Your Edmonton Home

This section provides you with some valuable information on getting your home ready for showing, making repairs before you sell, and ensuring the “showing” of your home goes smoothly.

Screening Offers

This section walks you through the offer process, understanding the specific items on an offer to purchase, along with knowing what to look for when you hire a lawyer. In addition, there are five key reasons why a home is not selling in a good market.


When your home has sold, here is a review of the items that need to be completed, including adjustments, net proceeds, closing costs and possession date.