Most real estate agents will tell you that a critical step in selling your home is the correct selection of your initial asking price. It determines who will see your home online and more importantly, it also determines who will NOT see your home.
While I have discussed home pricing in numerous articles, today I will specifically address a pricing technique that I refer to as pricing on the nines. It is also referred to as "charm pricing" and it involves using pricing that ends in a "9" or "99."
Some real estate agents do this without understanding its impact on the buyer pool for the home seller, so I have prepared a short video that shows you what to do (and just as important, what NOT TO DO).
Home Sellers: Don't Do This!
If you watch this short video, you’ll understand why this pricing strategy could stop you from getting top dollar for your home when you sell.
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