Tips to help your home sell

What is more important? The agency or the agent (real estate broker)?

The agent(s) is the one that can make the difference!

Fact is, that to many buyers, a house that’s been on the market a long time must have hidden problems. And that could lead to unnecessary and endless price reductions. Luckily, even in a distressed market, there are ways to prevent roots from sprouting under the ‘for sale’ sign.

Find a seller’s agent whom you like and trust.

Listen to that agent. The key is to separate the emotional qualities of your home from the basic functional qualities of the house.

Number 1 Rule : Price it right

“Sellers or agents could say, ‘Let’s put it 20% higher, then during negotiation we’ll have room,'” the answer is  “NO! The rule of thumb is you should go where the last (comparable home) sold, or right below that.” Too high, and buyers will be scared off. That applies of course if/when you really want to sell your house!

Here is Team latest example:

Asking price: $251.900 Sold for: $249.500


Pierrefonds – What Does Location, Location, Location Mean?

4973 Rue Bonny
Pierrefonds-Roxboro (Montréal)
H8Y 2A4

No Centris® 22960997 Municipal Assessment: $277,800 Asking Price: $309.900 Click here to view this property full description. You can buy the right home in the wrong location. You can change the structure, remodel it or alter the home’s layout but, ordinarily, you cannot move it. It’s attached to the land. The best locations are those in prime spots such as:

  • Within Top-Rated School Districts Home buyers with children are concerned about their children’s education and often will pay more for a home that is located in a highly desirable school district.
  • Close to Outdoor Recreation and Nature Homes abutting the ocean, rivers, lakes or parks will hold their value because of the location, providing they are not in the path of a possible natural hazard. People want to be near water or visually appealing settings.


  • Near Public Transportation, Health Care and Jobs Most people do not want to endure long commutes to work, the doctor’s office nor the airport. They prefer to be located close to emergency services and conveniences, so naturally homes in locations that shorten travel time are more desirable.

See for yourself if Pierrefonds is the right location for your next house. EXCELLENT location, very quiet and pleasant residential area, close to highways and more.



Pierrefonds has the largest nature park in the City of Montreal, the Cap-Saint-Jacques Nature Park. It is also home to a few English elementary schools (St. Anthony School, St. Charles School, Greendale, Terry Fox School, Thorndale), as well as two public English high schools, Pierrefonds Comprehensive High School and Riverdale. There is also two French private school, Collège Charlemagne and Collège Beaubois.


The former town had two nature parks known as Roxboro Island[8] and Roxboro Woods[9] , three elementary schools (Lalande, French; Charles-Perrault, French; and Socrates, Greek) as well as a small library and a large library (1997).[10] (William G. Boll).It also had a Federal Canada Post office 1996-12-13.[11] The former headquarters of the Roxboro Volunteer Fire Brigade is now Station 58 of the Service de sécurité incendie de Montréal and houses a single engine company. The adjacent former Roxboro Town Hall houses the Fire Prevention officers for Fire Division 11, and also serves as a borough point of service for the Roxboro area.


The borough is served by the Sunnybrooke and Roxboro-Pierrefonds stations on the Deux-Montagnes commuter train line. Major thoroughfares include Saint Charles Boulevard, Saint John’s Boulevard, Sources Boulevard, as well as Gouin, and Pierrefonds Boulevards.