The Internet has been a great problem–solver for sellers. You can start to consider a home sale much earlier, spend more time on research, and gather more information to see how your home might be positioned in the current market.

However, did you know that there is a great deal of inaccurate information on the internet in regards to real estate and particularly home values? Value estimates on the internet simply come from gathering listing price data. It’s not an accurate value until a buyer and seller agree on a number, so listing numbers are just a guess.

I am highly experienced in the current real estate market, and I want to give you the best valuation based on actual sales data.


  1. A market report of similar homes to yours in your neighbourhood that have recently sold.
  2. Details and photos of each home, as well as the prices at which they were listed and finally sold for.
  3. A written assessment of the current market for homes like yours, near yours, and in your homes price range.

This is sold property information chosen by an experienced agent in your area. Fill in the form and get the real story on what your home is worth.



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Lindsay was very helpful with the purchase of our first home. She was knowledgeable about the process and had the answers to all our questions. There were a few issues with the house we were purchasing and she helped navigate though the negotiation to have these items repaired and get the best possible price. We would definitely use Lindsay to purchase our next house.

- Rik and Julie

Lindsay was so helpful with the purchase of our first home. There were some issues with the house and she got us though the negotiation to ensure things got repaired and got the best price. We would definitely use Lindsay again.

- Rick and Julie

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