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We SOLD a Home in Burnaby $209,000 above asking price!

We got a request to list a half plex home in 5865 Sprott Street in central Burnaby right in between two major shopping malls, Brentwood mall and Metrotown mall in central Burnaby.

 

This home was an original with a fully renovated bathroom and a fresh touch of paint. There was nothing exciting about this place.

 

We told our client to tidy up the place and hired a photographer to take pictures. Then we held two consecutive open houses in the weekend and used our dynamic marketing strategies, we got 9 offers on Monday and picked the astonishing $209,000 above asking price offer and the home was sold for maximum record-high price.

 

There is a reward for our sellers and buyers, contact us via this website and we will tell you about our reward program.

 

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