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eSolds Announces Two Groundbreaking Products

eSolds announces two groundbreaking products that are going to transform the Canadian real estate market.

Mississauga, Ontario (PRWEB) December 18, 2013

eSolds Inc. utilizes groundbreaking innovations in order to provide 3rd party real estate services to smart home sellers, buyers and realtors. eSolds has developed two innovative new products that are going to change the way real estate is bought and sold in Canada.

The first product is eCertificates. eCertificates create confidence for the home buyer and leverage to the home seller. Together, buying or selling an eCertified home creates an educated decision-making process. The goal is to make the home purchase transaction a more satisfying experience. By eliminating any buyer’s remorse, an eCertificate provides confidence within the buyer to submit an offer, and at the same time, it markets the home for sale in an innovative way, keeping customers ahead of the competition.

Based on the premise that properties for sale should be certified, just like cars are certified, eCertificates are meant to be irrefutable proof that buyers will get what they have been promised. Sellers benefit from this because it helps their home for sale stand out among the competition. Real estate agents benefit in the fact that they will be able to sell homes faster. Home buyers will benefit in the security of knowing that they are getting exactly what they paid for.

Sellers can have a home certified by submitting a collection of documents to eSolds. The first document is a Comparative Market Analysis, or a Letter of Opinion prepared by a licensed and insured real estate agent. The second is a Home Inspection Report or for condominiums, a Status Certificate provided by a Home Inspector. Finally, the last document needed is Seller Property Information (SPIS), which is a current document by the Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA).

The eCertificate is issued only after a thorough review of all the documents above. Once issued, the home seller is assured of having something to show to real estate agents, as well as potential home buyers, that states that the home for sale, as listed, is exactly what it says it is.

The second product by eSolds is eSolds Listings. This is a customized sold MLS listing that helps buyers, sellers and realtors determine the fair and logical price of a property in any given area.

eSolds’ Listings is a highly useful tool for anyone involved in a real estate transaction. It is available in four different packages. The listings provide important information that includes market statistics, original list price, sold price and sold date. By using this tool, home buyers will know exactly how much to pay for a property, and will be able to calculate the most reasonable initial price tag that can be put on a property, which allows realtors to give accurate advice to clients.

eSolds Inc. has one goal, which is simply to make the home purchase transaction a more satisfying experience. By eliminating any buyer’s remorse an eCertificate provides confidence within the buyer to submit an offer, at the same time will market the home for sale in an innovative way. With eSolds’ Listings, home sellers will be able to list a home for sale at a reasonable price, by analyzing data and trends, and thus ensure that the home for sale will be sold in a prompt manner, and at a fair price.

eSolds is expected to lay down a new paradigm in the Canadian real estate market, and give more control to home sellers and home buyers, without taking away the important role realtors play in the buying and selling process.

About eSolds Inc.

eSolds Inc is a division of Search Realty Corp.,Brokerage, which provides comprehensive Real Estate solutions in the Greater Toronto Area. Founded by Sterling Wong, eSolds Inc. provides 3rd party real estate services to smart home buyers, sellers and Realtors®. The company’s official website is

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