New Toronto real estate FAQ: week 10/2008

New FAQ questions for 10th week of 2008.

Questions submitted to Selling Your Home in Toronto FAQ:

Do I have to put a For Sale sign on my lawn? »
Is a public open house really necessary or effective? »
Can I restrict showings to meet my schedule? »
Is it safe to have a lockbox on my house during showings? »
If my house doesn't sell within a specified time, can I take it off the market and put it back on later? »
Why is the period between listing and offers so short? »
If the buyer doesn't have a certified cheque, should I still accept his offer? »
Should I consider offers on a certain date or look at them as they come in? »
Do you recommend staging my home before putting it on the market? »
Do I have to spend a lot of $ renovating or can I sell my home as-is? »
What is a pre-sale home inspection, and should I get one? »
If my home is for sale with you, how will I know how things are really going? »
Will agents showing my home treat my home with respect? »
Should I be present for showings to show prospective buyers all the special features of my home? »
If I price my home high, can't we always work our way down from there? »
What is my home really worth? »
What are homes going for in my neighbourhood? »
I never see your name on bus shelters or billboards... »

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