Getting Your Property Sold QUICKLY!
When you're selling your home, the price you set is a critical factor in the return you'll receive. That's why you need a professional evaluation from an experienced Realtor®. This person can provide you with an honest assessment of your home, based on several factors, including:
- Market conditions
- Condition of your home
- Repairs or improvements
- Selling timeframe
In real estate terms, market value is the price at which a particular house, in its current condition, should sell within 30 to 90 days.
If the price of your home is too high, this could cause several things:
- Limits buyers. Potential buyers may not view your home because it appears to be out of their buying range.
- Limits showings. Other salespeople may be more reluctant to view your home.
- Used as leverage. Other Realtors® may use this home to drive the sale of other homes that are better-priced.
- Extended stay on the market. When a home is on the market too long, it may be perceived as defective. Buyers may wonder, "what's wrong," or "why hasn't this sold?"
- Lower price. An overpriced home, still on the market beyond the average selling time, could lead to a lower selling price. To sell it, you will have to reduce the price - sometimes several times. In the end, you'll probably get less than if it had been properly priced in the first place.
Realtors® have known it for years - well-kept homes that are properly priced in the beginning always get you the fastest sale for the best price! And that's why you need a professional to assist you in the selling of your home. As a seller you must keep in mind that if it isn't a cash deal, the buyer must apply for a loan. The lender is going to look at the appraised value of the property and make a decision on how much to lend to the buyer. In today's market environment if the seller doesn't agree with my Market Analysis, I advise them to get an appraisal done before putting the home up for sell.
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