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Listing Presentation with Nicole Pretty

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Nicole's Profile Video in Dnglish and in French - FULL versions

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Sellers...Have a PRETTY smooth move with Nicole

Can't sell your house? Give Nicole PRETTY a try!
17 years+ experience. Many awards to show she is excellent at what she does for her listings and clients!
Have a PRETTY smooth move with Nicole.
If you are looking for a very successful Realtor, that showcase your house better than most, that never gives up on her listing no matter how long it has been listed, that keeps working hard at it until IT"S SOLD, then Nicole could be your Realtor match!  Contact Nicole to chat about it, with no obligations.
I look forward to hear from you! 

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I can make your home show the best it can!
I love showing off the best features a home has to offer!
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Nicole's Awards and Achievements

All these awards are a testament of all the hard work and dedication I have for my clients.  
Thank you to all my clients for your trust and support.

-  CRITERIA for TOP TIER status includes all individuals and team leads who have achieved Royal LePage National Top 10% Award or better.
- CRITERIA for Royal LePage National TOP 10% Award: Royal LePage National TOP 10% Units/Agent
- CRITERIA for LIFETIME MEMBER Award of Excellence: These Award winners have attained the Royal LePage President's Gold Award (or any higher award level), ten out of fourteen consecutive years.
- CRITERIA for Award of Excellence: For first-time inductees, repeat qualifiers, and sustaining members, attaining the Royal LePage President’s Gold Award (or any higher award level), five out of seven consecutive years.
- CRITERIA for Director's Platinum Award:  Award winners represent the top 4 to 5 percentile of their marketplace, based on gross, closed and collected earnings.
- CRITERIA for President's Gold Award:  Award winners represent the top 6 to 10 percentile of their marketplace, based on gross, closed and collected earnings.

The upside of downsizing

In business, downsizing isn’t a word that anyone wants to hear, but in real estate it provides homeowners with a wealth of opportunities. Every year, millions of people are electing to purchase a property that’s smaller than the one they currently own. Whether you’re switching to a smaller space because the size of your family is changing, or you want a lower-maintenance home for retirement, there are plenty of upsides to downsizing.

Access your equity

Downsizing is an excellent way to convert your home equity into capital that you can put towards what your family needs (like a vacation home or a better retirement lifestyle). Whatever your goal, don’t forget that in some cases, swapping a 3,500 sq. ft. split-level in the suburbs for a 1,800 sq. ft. space in the heart of downtown may leave you with little financial room to spare. It’s best to assess the value of your home and any desired properties with your REALTOR® first.

Travel more, mow less

One key benefit that attracts homeowners to townhouses and condos is the convenience of maintenance-free living. Less space means less time spent cleaning. Sure, you’ll still have to do laundry, but to permanently cross off outdoor chores from your to do list might be just the incentive you need to include the yard tools in the sale of your property. Plus, you may be inspired to use all your new free time to take a well-deserved holiday. Or two. The best part is, no one will know you’re on vacation by the state of your front yard.

Eliminate empty room syndrome

How many rooms does your home have? Of those, how many of them do you actually use? Take a tour around your home and assess how much space you use on a regular basis. If it’s 100%, stay put; if it’s 65% or less, you could be suffering from empty room syndrome. The average size of a home has almost doubled in the past 30 years, yet the average family size keeps on shrinking. Having too much space creates an imbalance that costs more than just time and money—it also means there’s more stuff to organize and dust.


The size of your new home isn’t the only thing that matters. When you’re planning to scale down your square footage, consider choosing a location that brings you closer to the places you regularly go—family, friends, work, shops—so that you’ll cut back on travel time and expenses. Better still, opt for an area that takes it a step further and places everything within walking distance; your heart will thank you for it.

Think green

Corporations downsize to save money – why not follow their example? A smaller space can mean reduced mortgage payments and taxes. Less square footage requires less heat, light and AC, which means you’ll spend less on energy. It all adds up to savings that can help the environment and keep some cash in your pocket.

Accessibility and comfort

Moving to a smaller home, townhouse or condo can also provide you with the added benefit of stair-free living. In fact, developers are responding to the increased demand for accessible living spaces by building single-level suites and properties with residential elevators so that homebuyers can move into a space that will allow them to age gracefully and comfortably.

Peace of mind

Most people have discovered that the longer downsizing is put off, the harder it gets. Savvy homebuyers start thinking about finding a smaller property long before the last child leaves the nest – or maintenance-free living becomes a necessity. A large number of townhouse and condominium communities offer on-site features that few detached dwellings do. From fitness centres to party rooms to guest parking, you can simplify your surroundings while still enjoying the comforts of living large. Best of all, condos provide the added benefit of entryway video monitoring and, in many cases, a concierge.

Reduce, reuse, rejuvenate

The benefits of reducing your living space increases exponentially when you combine them with clearing out the clutter, opting for multipurpose furnishings and fully exploring what you want out of a home. Many downsizers who dreaded moving into a smaller home are enjoying a freedom they haven’t experienced since long before the kids arrived.

While downsizing can be a daunting task, it can be used successfully to help you increase cash flow and convenience – and enjoy a simpler way of living.

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