Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) January 13, 2007
Real estate agent Gord Moman provides his new 47 page e-book "How To Make Your Home Shine for Buyers" to home sellers in Alberta and BC real estate markets. This book is jam packed with winning tips and tricks to help home sellers to get the most for their home in a competitive real estate market.
For the first nine months of 2006 the Western Canadian real estate market was on fire. The Alberta and BC real estate markets were dominated, almost exclusively, by the "Sellers." It was a "Sellers Market." New home "Buyers" had to race to properties and successfully weave their way through one obstacle after another and, in many cases, get out-bid by hungrier "Buyers." This was a time where the real estate market was populated by a greater amount of people wanting to buy a home, and a lesser amount of homes for sale. It didn't even have to be a nice home or a well maintained home. Most any home could sell for more than the asking price, often on the same day it was listed in the MLS®. Today, the real estate market in British Columbia and Alberta has shifted. Some even say that the "Bubble has Burst!"
There's no denying that the real estate market in Western Canada doesn't look at all like the shark feeding frenzy that it once resembled. Some properties are taking a little longer to sell. It is more common to have offers for less than the asking price and the bidding wars seem to have disappeared. Some of the homes that once sold in a day may take a month and some may not sell at all and expire. Simply, there are more properties available for sale compared to early 2006 and the "Buyers" have the time to compare one home with another and make an informed decision. This isn't the best news that a home seller can hear. It's interesting to note that, at least in the lower mainland areas of British Columbia, some homes are still selling like it was still in the spring of 2006. Why are some homes sitting on the market for long periods of time while others get snapped up in a day or two? Simply put, it's all about competition and the homes that don't compete well are losing out. There is a solution and it doesn't cost an arm and a leg to get it either.
Gord Moman, a REALTOR® for RE/MAX in Maple Ridge, BC says that if home sellers are involved with the sale and prepared to invest some of their time, they can still position themselves for a quick sale and can have more than one buyer bidding up the price of their property. Moman supplies home sellers in his area, free of charge, with his new digital book, "How to Make Your Home Shine for Buyers." This 47 page e-Book is jam packed with valuable tip and tricks that can earn a home seller thousands of additional dollars on the sale of their property.
"How to Make Your Home Shine for Buyers" is not available in stores and is distributed exclusively, free of charge, through member agents of http://www.best-real-estate-sgent-4u.com web site. He recommends that home sellers, who would like to get the most for their home in the shortest amount of time, contact a real estate agent in a city near them at http://www.best-real-estate-agent-4u.com and get the free download.
The web site has some of the best real estate agents throughout Western Canada who exclusively distribute Moman's book, free of charge to home sellers in their region. In a geographic area where there is no local REALTOR® member of the web site, Moman recommends that home sellers contact their local real estate agent. Then request that they visit http://www.best-real-estate-agent-4u.com and click on the "Apply for a Web Site" button and consider applying for a membership for their trading area. If they are accepted, they will be able to send copies of the e-book on the same day.
After a home seller has their own free copy of, "How to Make Your Home Shine for Buyers" they will have one of the most complete resource guides available. With it, every aspect of staging an entire property for sale is covered. Users will be able to use the printable check lists from the book and easily, step-by-step, be able to compete and win the home sellers race.