Selling Your Home

Selling your home or investment property can be a daunting process. At the Place Real Estate Team, we have a simple goal:

Get your property sold for the highest amount possible; in the shortest period of time. 

Simple right?

Well yes, for you it will be. Our end is more complex, but that’s OK, we’re good at it.

So how do we get your property sold for more money in a shorter period of time?

Two ways:

  1. Our approach is different
  2. Our marketing is unparalleled

Our Unique Approach

The days of selling your home by putting it up on the MLS® and popping a sign on the lawn are over.

Any real estate agent who tells you that every agent has the same marketing approach is not being honest with you. It takes much more in this market to actively attract buyers to your home, rather than taking a passive approach and expecting other agent’s to do the work for them.

Actively Prospecting for Buyers

We actively reach out, on the phone, to people in our network, and in your area to find prospective buyers for your home. We talk to 20,30 sometimes 50 people a day actively bringing potential purchasers to your property.

Organic Web Marketing

We know that over 90% of buyers begin their real estate search online. Our many web portals rank extremely highly for clients searching for Vancouver Real Estate, in fact, I’m betting that’s the reason you are reading this right now!

We use the same marketing to bring people who are searching for real estate online to your home, after pre-qualifying every prospect that inquires about your home, we bring them through for a personal tour.

In essence, because our websites have so much traffic (people looking to purchase a home) your listing gets amazing exposure to the maximum number of potential purchasers.

Targeted Web Marketing

In addition to this, we build a targeted web marketing campaign specific to your listing. When people are searching for properties in your specific locale or area, your home is going to appear right up at the top of the search results. The more people that see your property is for sale, results in more showings. More showings means your house is sold faster, and for potentially more money.

Photography and Videography

We use the best photography and videography methodologies to ensure your home is exposed in the highest possible quality. We also distribute this content to the major online search engines. (Did you know that YouTube is the world’s second-largest search engine after Google?)




Team Approach

We have a team. Behind the scenes are a whole host of people working to ensure your sale goes as smoothly as possible, from a number of highly trained agents and assistants that make sure everything is in order as the sale goes through to a team of marketers who are responsible for ensuring our presentation of your home to both online, and offline audiences is nothing short of impeccable.

Fit to Sell

We can increase the value of your property by up to 5% using our ‘Fit to Sell’ program that shows you how Buyer’s value the way your home is presented to them when they enter. We cover some items that you may not have even considered that may affect potential purchasers.

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Adam Chahl

Oakwyn Realty

1286 Homer Street  Vancouver,  British Columbia  V6B 2Y5 

Phone: (604) 800-8710

adam@chahl.com

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