Wendy Fuller
Email: fullerwendy@rogers.com
Office: 416-496-9220
Cell: 905-914-6637
Toll Free: 1-877=967-0008
Fax: 416-496-2144
Royal LePage Terrequity Realty., Brokerage

Wendy Fuller’s passion for real estate was borne out of personal experience when she dreamt of creating a better life for herself and her two daughters. She grew up in West Hill and raised her family in Durham Region and East Toronto. By reading the housing market and consequently creating personal wealth by buying and selling her own homes, she discovered her knack for negotiating. Wendy understands that family is often the driving motivator for a client’s desire to buy or sell, and she has built a successful career for over three decades by applying this understanding and compassion to every client relationship. She is driven to help individuals find properties that are perfectly matched with their dreams.

Wendy’s life is full with a deep-rooted love for road trips, live music and spending time with friends and her five grandchildren. A hiker by nature, she dreams of someday spending her winters in Sedona, Arizona; exploring the canyons and enjoying the beauty of the red rocks. In the meantime, you might find her playing princesses with her granddaughters, enjoying the theatre with her teenage grandson or playing on the floor with her twin grandsons who are severely affected by autism. You might meet her special family when she hosts her annual family Open Houses at the Knox Pumpkin Farm or celebrating an Old Fashioned Christmas at Santa’s Cabin.

With a reputation for savvy negotiating, Wendy’s tenacity for protecting her clients’ interests while using cutting-edge marketing strategies are joined with uncompromising integrity as the hallmarks of the “Fuller” service. Thanks to her exceptionally loyal clientele, personal referrals and repeat business form the foundation of Wendy’s success for over thirty-four years in this incredibly competitive sales environment. She is supported by an incredible team and she has built a network of trusted, ‘cream of the crop’ mortgage specialists, buyer agents, home inspectors and lawyers to pair up with her clients to create the most painless transition possible when moving. Quite simply, she is trusted.

The “Fuller” Service includes certification in:

CSP – Certified Staging Professional – an added value to support a home owner to improve the buyer appeal of a property and present it for sale.
ABR – Accredited Buyers Representative – experience is one thing, but this credential only adds to her value as a buyer’s representative in this fast-paced Seller’s Market.
ASA – Accredited Seniors Agent – trained in skills uniquely suited to serving the mature/senior market with advanced education.
Feng Shui for Real Estate / Canadian Schools of Feng Shui – an added value in the art of getting your home sold by applying powerful subtle changes brought about by Feng Shui.




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Preparing for Showings

First Impressions
Remember, when a prospect comes to look at your house, the first thing they will see is your home's front door! Make it look fresh and clean. Be sure your lawn and landscaping is well manicured and trim looking. Be sure the yard is free of refuse and leaves. If it has snowed, be certain the ice and snow is removed from walks and steps.

What You Show Is What You Get
Faded walls and worn woodwork will reduce the appeal of your home. Why try to tell a prospect how your home could look when you can show them by a reasonable amount of redecoration? A quicker sale at a higher price will result. Invest in wallpaper in the kitchen or bathroom. It will pay dividends for you.

Let the Sun Shine In
Open those drapes and curtains all the way, so the prospect can see how bright and cheerful your home is.

Fix That Leaky Faucet
Dripping water discolours sinks and suggests to the buyer that the plumbing may be faulty or worn out.

Little Things Mean A Lot
Take a few minutes to check to be sure that your doors don't stick or have loose knobs on them. Don't forget your windows and cabinet drawers. Try and repair any minor flaws since they do detract from your home's value.

Safety First and Always
Be certain stairways are clear and clean since this will avoid injuries around your home, as well as avoid distraction to the potential buyers.

From Top To Bottom
Display your attic, basement, utility space and crawl spaces by removing all unnecessary articles. A coat of paint can do wonders if your basement appears dark and dreary.

Big Closets
Make them look bigger by having them neat and well organized to show that your home has ample closet space.

Bathrooms Sell Homes
Make those rooms absolutely sparkle. Check and repair any damaged or discoloured caulking in the bathtubs and showers, and be sure that the towels and area rugs are bright.

Bedrooms Shouldn't Sleep
Keep those rooms bright and cheerful. Remove any excess furniture and be sure to use attractive and colourful bedspreads, and fresh curtains.

Shine On
Your home's illumination can be a "welcome sign" to that prospective buyer! Turn on all your outside and inside lights when showing your home at night and they'll feel a glowing warmth as a result of your lighting.

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