the labor spent making the house into your home. 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 you by because the home is out of their price range or out of kilter in the market area. By the time you decide to lower the price, they have moved on to other properties. As your home sits on the market, buyers will wonder why the home has not sold and conclude that it’s undesirable in some way. Price it correctly from the start to generate interest and gain attention from buyers to sell faster. Unrealistic pricing costs money in the long run.
Un-rushed High Pricing
Even if you’re not in a hurry to sell, it’s not a wise move to test the market by listing your home at a high price to “see how it goes.” Serious home shoppers may take months to find a new home. They are continually looking for new listings, not ones that have been sitting on the market. Thinking that the market will turn in your favor may not be reliable, either. If prices in your area are dropping, you may lose money. By pricing your home based on current market values, you can sell your home more quickly and for more
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