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I attended a meeting this week at the Board of Realtors where we had a group of local Coachella Valley appraisers speak to the issue of appraisal in the valley.  With the market shifting quickly- (multiple offers on most homes <500k, and even some in the higher price bands being reported), it is important to understand what constitutes value from an appraiser's perspective.  
Many homeowners are beginning to understand that there home is not necessarily going to pull the value they want or need.  Short sales and other options are still a big need in our society and market … (0 comments)

Bill Morgner (The Morgner Group - HomeSmart Professionals Palm Springs)

Bill Morgner

Palm Springs, CA

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The Morgner Group - HomeSmart Professionals Palm Springs

Address: 431 S. Palm Canyon, Palm Springs, CA, 92262

Mobile: (760) 832-4000

Email Me is the site for homes in Indian Wells, Palm Springs, Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert and La Quinta. Specializing in marketing mid to Ultimate Luxury Properties across the Coachella Valley. Your buyer is likely not here - so why is your real estate professional simply placing a sign in your yard, placing your home on the MLS with a couple or just one picture, and taking out an occasional print add in the paper or some fancy glossy publication? Your buyers- unless they are visiting here- are not going to find your luxury property. If your home is worth $1,500,000.00 or more, this should be of particular concern to you. Contact me through my website:, give me 25 minutes for a face to face discussion about how my unique marketing strategy will get your home noticed- and more importantly SOLD! Three main things get homes sold: 1. LOCATION LOCATION LOCATION. Right community, away from major thoroughfare, views, south facing, proximity to golf, shopping, entertainment, etc. If your marketing is not targeting the key words that apply to you - you may be missing out. 2. STAGING. Let me and/or my expert consultants help you put your best foot forward! It is highly likely - that while your home is beautiful to you - and probably to me- it is NOT optimally poised for potential buyers. typically removing 20-30% of the homes contents- to include all personal belongings, most decorative items, and certain furnishings help to open and neutralize a space making it more appealing to potential buyers- THIS IS A MUST to stand out in a competitive sales market. 3. PRICE. I know this is a touchy subject. But to be as straight forward as possible, I am just going to say it. We all lost money on real estate. It is not the time to attempt to raise the market with your property. If your home is not brought onto the market at a fair competitive OBJECTIVE price - it is not going to sell. I want to help you swallow that pill- if you have not already- and work with you to get it sold fast. A home sold- is a happy home in the end. If we get your home sold quickly- you can take advantage of the potential turn some are detecting in the buyer's market- and win! If you sell low- buy low, right? Bottom line- I know there are a LOT of homes out there that are selling way below what they should- typically because of marketing failures. Don't be a victim!



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