Buying Step #1: Figure Out What You Can AffordIn other words, account for expenses. The purchase of a home is a complex process. In particular, buyers will often feel troubled by the huge expenses
Common Seller Mistakes
Common Seller Pricing Mistakes
This list of frequent seller' mistakes regarding house listing pricing can help you avoid the pitfalls involved in selling your home. If setting a price was simple and straightforward, you would not need assistance in pricing your home correctly. Save yourself time and money by avoiding these costly mistakes.
The first several seller mistakes involve the issue of pricing.
Guessing Vs Researching
Basing your home price on what the neighbor down the street listed his home for isn’t a reliable method. Nothing loses potential buyer faster than an overpriced home. Contrarily, you do not want to underprice. The Comparative Market Analysis is your best source for setting an asking price. Let the CMA be your guide with the advice of a real estate professional.
Hiring a Realtor from Highest-Price Suggestion
Choosing a real estate agent simply because of a higher-end price for your home than other agents have suggested is not your best interest. A good Realtor will know more about the market for your home than you do. Pick an agent who can provide you with real numbers and solid marketing plans for your home. The person you choose to sell your home should be knowledgeable in the local area, trustworthy, and quick to answer questions or concerns regarding the entire selling process.
Selling your home is a business transaction between a qualified buyer and yourself. If you have enjoyed living in your home for years, but have decided to move on, then don’t let emotional attachments to the home affect how you price it. The most objective price will come from the CMA provided by your real estate agent. By focusing on the CMA results and maintaining a firm strictly business attitude, you can keep emotions at bay.
First Day High-Price Blues
The most crucial time for your home are the first 10 days on the market. Once your home is on the MLS, you will see how much interest is generated. If your price is too high, buyers will pass and by the time you decide to lower the price, they have moved on to other properties. Price it correctly from the start to generate interest and gain attention from buyers to sell faster.
Another pricing trap to avoid is listing a price for your home far above other homes in the area with the thought the price can be dropped if it does not sell after three months. Price competitively from the first.
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