One in a thousand agents have achieved our level of experience, and we maintain consistency because of our unique marketing, negotiation skills and knowledge of the local market

 

There are three levels of agents in our industry – rookies, amateurs, and the professionals.  We couldn’t believe it when we learned that nearly 1 in 3 agents didn’t even sell a SINGLE home last year.  And there were only 38 agents in the Greater Toronto Area (out of almost 50,000) that sold more than 100 homes… we’ve been part of that group for the last six years.

Read below to learn more about our experience, and how we sell our clients’ homes for more money in less time.

Feel free to get in touch with us whenever you’re ready.

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Who You Choose Matters

THREE LEVELS OF AGENTS

If you think it's expensive to hire a professional, try hiring an amateur.

32%

ZERO

This is the percentage of agents that sold ZERO properties in the last 12 months.

75%

AMATEUR

This is the percentage of agents that sold FOUR OR LESS homes in the last 12 months.

0.001%

ALL STAR

This group has sold MORE THAN 100 homes in the last 12 months. There are less than 50 agents in the GTA with this status.

Selling a lot of homes is one thing, but how do we do when the home is sold?

Our stats indicate that we sell our homes in less time, and for more money.

MORE OF OUR LISTINGS SELL

Over the last five years, 65% of the homes listed on the MLS have sold. Our team sold 98% of the homes we’ve ever listed in any market.

WE SELL IN LESS TIME

The average days on market since 2010 is 19 days. We average 11 days. That means less time cleaning up and dealing with the hassles of property showings. And your highest odds of getting a great price happen in the first week or two.

WE SELL FOR MORE MONEY

If a home is listed for $750,000, our biggest competitors sell for more than asking, but for less than we do. Over the last ten years we average an extra 1-2% when we sell a home. This is a combination of strong marketing, skilled negotiation and a lot of knowledge & experience.

The graph on the right shows 2017 numbers, which are based on an asking price of $750,000. The sale prices are over asking, however there will come a time when we'll be back to regular numbers. Over the period between 2011-2016, the average agent in our area would sell a $750,000 home for $737,500, and we would average $748,500.

That’s an $11,000 difference, or about 1.5% higher than a typical Realtor in Milton since 2011. Our system gets consistent results that our clients love. Let’s do the same for you, starting today.