Selling

Selling your home can seem like a difficult and complicated process. Let us help you make sense of it all! Check out our selection of resources for prospective home sellers tailored specifically for our Canadian market! If you’re thinking that you’re ready to get started with the selling process, click here to find a Sutton agent near you.

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Seller resources

Showcasing

Everything home sellers need to know about selling their home to get the most.

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Listings

We address everything that you need to prepare your property listing.

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Finding your REALTOR®

Finding the right REALTOR® to sell your home measn getting the most money possible.

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Contracts

Understanding contracts and waht terms mean when accpeting an offer on your home.

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Recent posts

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Benefits of an Organized Home

Monday 4th, 2022
Sutton Realty

Realtors know this valuable truth: an organized home almost always sells more quickly and for a higher price than a disorganized and cluttered competitor. When belongings are kept to a minimum and attractively arranged, a home is simply more spacious and inviting. Read more


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Protect Your Home and Wildlife

Thursday 2nd, 2022
Sutton Realty

Did you know that pesticides from lawns can eventually wash into rivers and lakes to kill fish? Or that rat poison can work its way up the food chain? What we do around our homes can have unexpected outcomes far beyond our fences. Fortunately, there are simple ways that we can maintain our homes while being kind to wildlife. Read more


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How to Make a Butterfly Garden

Monday 2nd, 2022
Sutton Realty

Can you imagine summer without colourful butterflies fluttering past? As our urban areas become more crowded, we remove their food and habitat. As we add chemicals to the environment, we poison these beautiful creatures that would otherwise help to pollinate our crops. In fact, 450 butterfly species have been steadily declining since 1972, and some have gone extinct (National Geographic 2021). Your yard and garden can be a haven for struggling butterfly populations. Read more