If completed correctly, this comparison report not only gives you a great listing price but also reduces the chance of your home being under-appraised. If you have a well-priced home, you should be showing within the first few days on the market. Offers should come within weeks.
If the perceived value of your home by a potential buyer is greater than the actual price, the more willing he is to buy. The urgency to buy disappears the closer the price and perceived value are. This means marketing the home to match the buyer’s specific needs and desires. A real estate agent can help you know the buyer’s hot buttons, such that marketing and presentation can be tailored accordingly.
SELLING BY SHOWING OFF
Before the Internet, cell phones, and social media, buyers looking at homes perused the local Multiple Listing Service (MLS) book filled with tiny, grainy images of homes. Photos of featured homes (paid-for ads) were larger and sometimes in color, but most were black-and-white, amateurish photos. The photo was insignificant compared to the information provided below it. Today, the reverse is true. Photographs have become the most effective bait to attract future homeowners. Recent studies show that 89% of buyers use online tools to shop for homes before contacting a real estate agent. They peruse the web, finding homes that appeal to them, and then contact a Realtor. Getting your home sold quickly attract future homeowners. Recent studies show that 89% of buyers use online tools to shop for homes before contacting a real estate agent. They peruse the web, finding homes that appeal to them, and then cokes exposure. Beautiful, engaging, photos of homes, inside and out make the
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