Home sellers always want to know what they can do to make more money on the sale of their home. Some sellers might even be glued to a certain sales price, a number they roll over and over in their minds. Often, that number is not based on reality but on a future wish, a desire, a hope, a zestimate, ha, ha, ha. Or, it's based on what their neighbor thinks, an unemployed war veteran, and if you can't trust a war veteran to provide top-notch financial advice, whom can you trust? And, we thank them for their service.
Or, maybe sellers believe all homes are the same size, configuration and nothing matters other than pricing. Like a loaf of wheat bread. Hey, Tom and Mary's house sold for a million dollars so we should get the same price, even though our home is half the size. Because, news flash, it's a seller's market!