Seller's Guide

Selling your home is a significant undertaking that can be looked on with hesitation and fear, but it doesn’t need to be. We are always excited to work with you to make the process of selling your home as pain free as possible, and to make the experience a positive and productive one.


We continually strive to ensure you are well informed. You can expect to hear from Brad or his team throughout the listing process with anything from feedback from a showing, updates on our internet marketing success, follow up on a conversation, follow up on how the marketing is going, comments from other Agents and their clients, and just to see how things are going with you.


When you list your home with us, it is a commitment on both sides. A commitment by you to do everything to make your home as ready for sale as possible, and a commitment by ourselves to follow through on your work and market your home to the highest number of qualified buyers possible in person and online.


We will advertise and market your home by doing the following:

  • Prior to getting your property exposed to the open market and to as many buyers as possible, we will ensure that we have high quality photos, virtual reality tours, and individual brochures prepared for every property we list, promoted with as many details on your home as possible.
  • Advertise your home on the following web sites:,, and to name just a few.

  • Advertising to 10,000+ Realtors and their clients through our affiliation with the Alberta Real Estate Association

  • Advertise to Brad's list of pre-qualified buyers that he is working with that are looking for a home like yours!

Understanding the relationship that you form with the Realtor and their brokerage that you work with is a vital part of the listing process, and the Real Estate Council of Alberta has developed a number of useful resources detailing how the relationship works, which are outlined in the videos below, or in print form here.

The Real Property Report

Another key component of the listing process of a single family home or bareland condo is making sure you have an up-to-date Real Property Report (RPR) on hand with a Stamp of Compliance from the Town of Banff. The Alberta Land Surveyor's Association states a RPR is a legal document that clearly illustrates the location of significant visible improvements to land relative to property boundaries. These improvements include, but are not limited to, the home itself, garage (if detached), decks, sheds, and/or fences, and the RPR must reflect the current status of the improvements on the property. To read more about what the RPR shows and its importance to you, please click here for a brochure provided by the Alberta Land Surveyor's Association. If  you are thinking of selling your home in Banff, and would like to get some more information about your Real Property Report, please feel free to get in touch and we can help guide you in the right direction!

Contact us for more details on how we can make selling your home for top dollar with as little inconvenience to you as possible a reality!

Seller Profile Form

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  • Property Information

  • Have you had a recent appraisal or market evaluation?

  • If yes, what was the price?

  • How soon would you like to sell?

  • Approximate Expected Price Range:

  • Are you presently working with a Real Estate Associate?

  • Will you be buying to replace this property?

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