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For fifteen years, Harold Fenlon of McIntee Realty in Southampton has been selling all aspects of real estate advertising his listings throughout southwestern Ontario."Many of our clients are coming up from cities such as Toronto, Kitchener-Waterloo and London, looking at retirement possibilities here in Saugeen Shores," he explains. "That's why a great deal of my advertising is done in those locations and, of course, on-line."Harold is one of those real estate agents who will go the extra mile for his clients which has made him the top sales agent for the past three years in McIntee's 15 offices."One of the strengths from which I work is my on-going attention to the local market. Whether it's vacant land, leased land, commercial or residential listings, lakefront or executive homes, my clients know that from the outset that I'll give the best possible service."To work with one of the best real estate agents in the Saugeen Shores area, contact Harold Fenlon at Wilfred McIntee Real Estate in Southampton located at 181 High St. or phone 519-797-5500 or contact on-line at www.haroldfenlon.ca.CONTACT:Office: (519) 797-5500Fax: (519) 797-3214Cell: (519) 374-4448
When selling a property, one of the services Harold provides is a free home inspection, in addition to professional photography as part of a virtual on-line tour.
A complete market analysis also ensures that a seller's asking price is comparable with surrounding properties to help avoid over-pricing and expedite a sale.
This experience realtor know what's important to sell your home. ne of our important services is, of course, the open house. We try to hold an open house within a very short time after listing. Then feedback is provided to the seller almost immediately in the event that changes have to be made to the property to make it more appealing. I understand the stress involved in deciding to sell a property and, therefore, try to keep the time-line as short as possible." states Harold.
While selling a home is a major decision so, too, is buying one.
"Buying a home is one of the biggest financial steps that anyone can take," Fenlon points out. "That's why I work with the client to determine, firstly, if they can afford a property without undue hardship. Buying a home, whether it's your first or moving up, is definitely a lifestyle decision and it impacts the quality of life. No one, least of all me, wants to see a family get into a property they can't financially carry comfortably."
Therefore, prioritizing is a key component when Fenlon begins to look for a potential property for a buyer. "I want to know what their dream home would have and then we look at what they can realistically afford. I then search out those properties that, hopefully, will meet the buyer's needs and wants, or most of them. There's no point in having buyers looking at many properties that they simply can't afford."