If you want to command top dollar and get your house sold quickly, you need to not only hire the right Realtor, but you need to price your house correctly from the start.
A lot of sellers are misled into thinking they should overprice their house. They think this will entice buyers to come in, make a low offer and then they can negotiate down to the amount for which they want to sell their house. That is a terrible strategy!
If you want to command top dollar and get your house sold quickly, you need to not only hire the best Realtor, but also price your house correctly from the start.
If you price your house wrong, it can not only hinder your chances of
selling your house as quickly as you would like, but also reduce your
final sales price. If your house is overpriced, very few people will
look at it and even if they come through the door you will not receive
Many sellers think that it is best to overprice their house in anticipation of low offers. They think it leaves them room to negotiate. They are wrong. Keep an eye out for my next video: Why Pricing a House Too High is a BAD Strategy.
You only have one chance to make a first impression, so be sure to make the best impression possible. If you want to command top dollar and get your house sold quickly, you need to not only hire the best Realtor, but also prepare your house for sale. Check out my latest video to to learn more!
People tend to think that the spring market is the best time of year
to list a home. Don’t get me wrong, the spring is an excellent time of
year to list. However, sellers should not overlook the benefits of
listing their house for sale in the winter. The winter is a wonderful
time to list your house for two reasons:
It may be the winter (and a cold one this year), but the real estate market is heating up!
Homes are selling quickly and closer to (or above) asking price. According to the January 2018 REALTORS® Confidence Index Survey, “34% of properties that closed in January sold at or above the list price. Of the properties that sold at a premium price, 86 percent sold at 101 to 110 percent of the list price.”