For Sellers

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Is a Move in Your Future?

Even though I have sold over a 1000 properties, I will not get complacent about my responsibility to you of making sure you fully understand and are comfortable with each step of the selling process.

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What My Seller Clients Have to Say


“Dawn was so easy to work with. She was creative in her marketing plans for our property. We had it listed previously for a few years with nothing coming to fruition. Dawn was able to secure a buyer within months of listing our place! We couldn’t be happier! My husband and I highly recommend Dawn for all things real estate!” 

– Denise D (seller)

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Must-Have Guide!

The Ultimate Home Sellers Handbook

Whether moving day is a month away or 6 months away, this handy book of checklists, breaks down your to do list to help you stay organized and less stressed as you get ready for the big day.

My Mum Said I was Special

What makes working with me different?

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I am an information provider, a researcher. I provide good service free of charge.

Even if you don’t use my services to sell your property, I am grateful for the opportunity to share, show and impress you with my knowledge and customer service.

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About Selling Real Estate

Want to learn more about selling real estate in Nova Scotia? Check out these articles and videos.

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Got Questions?

About Selling Real Estate in Nova Scotia?

Yes, a home can depreciate in value. There are many factors that can cause a home to decrease in value, including changes in the local housing market, declining neighborhood conditions, a decrease in demand for housing, and physical problems with the property itself. Economic conditions, such as a recession, can also lead to a decrease in home values. Additionally, some homes may depreciate faster than others due to factors such as age, location, and maintenance.

It’s important to keep in mind that while some homes may experience depreciation, others may appreciate in value. The value of a home can fluctuate over time and can be influenced by a number of factors, including local real estate market conditions, the state of the economy, and the overall demand for housing in a given area.

Whether an older home or a new home is a better value depends on several factors, including the condition of the home, its location, and the current real estate market.

Older homes often have character and charm that can be appealing to some buyers, and they may be located in established neighborhoods with mature trees and established community facilities. However, older homes may also come with a range of problems, such as outdated electrical and plumbing systems, worn-out roofs and other building materials, and a lack of energy-efficient features. These factors can increase the cost of owning an older home and may offset any benefits of buying an older home.

New homes, on the other hand, are often built to higher standards and come with modern amenities and energy-efficient features. They may also have a lower maintenance burden and be covered by a builder’s warranty. However, new homes may be located in less established areas and may lack the character and charm of older homes. Additionally, new homes may be more expensive than older homes, particularly in areas where there is high demand for new construction.

In general, the value of a home depends on several factors, including its location, condition, and market conditions. To determine whether an older home or a new home is a better value, it’s important to consider these factors and to work with a real estate professional who can provide guidance and advice.

A Real Estate Broker has a higher level of education and licensing than a REALTOR® and they are held to a higher standard in the eye of the governing body. Each Brokerage must has a designated Broker to oversee and guide the REALTORs®  

 You can pay your property taxes directly to the Municipality. Many send  tax bills every 6 months. Some sellers prefer to have these taxes included with their mortgage payments

The loan process can vary depending on how complicated your application may be and how prepared you are. This is why its important to get pre-approved. So that you will know what documentation you need to get together for your application. Being self- employed, or asking for purchase plus improvements on your mortgage amount can extend the timeline. 

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