Pricing your home correctly is one of the most important steps in selling your home. Some people think it is a good idea to start higher. Listing your home at too high a price may actually net you a lower price. That's because shoppers and their real estate agents often don't even look at homes that are priced above market value. It's true you can always lower the price if the house doesn't garner any offers in the first few weeks. But that comes with its own set of problems. "Buyers are highly suspicious of houses that have sat on the market for more than three weeks," says Nela Richardson, chief economist for the brokerage Redfin. In some areas where multiple offers are common, sellers will actually price their homes for less than they expect to get, in the hopes of getting multiple offers above asking price. So put your best foot forward and you will probably wind up with a higher price for your home.
Author:Joanne DeFrisco Phone: 561-951-3758 Dated: February 23rd 2016 Views: 241 About Joanne: ...
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