Selling a Home
If you're thinking about selling your home, chances are, you're dealing with a great deal of emotions. You may be looking forward to moving to a new home or facing a major move across the country. You may be reluctant to leave your memories behind or eager to start a new and exciting adventure. Remember, I'm here to help you through it with all your needs in mind.
Contact me by phone, email or text for a Free, No Obligation Market Analysis of your home!
Setting the Listing Price
One of the primary jobs, as a Realtor, is to assess the Market Value of the property for my clients. It takes skill, knowledge of the current market conditions and careful consideration of the property's condition, including location, structure, style, amenities and funcionallity to arrive at a realistic Resale Value. The value is not based on PpSF (price per sq ft.) the Ppsf is the result of the sold price divided by the square feet of the property, However, it can be used as a comparable to see if the suggested sale price is in the ballpark.
To determine the proper list price, contact me today and I'll provide you with the following professional services:
- A list of comparable Sales
- Full Comparative Market Analysis
- A list of incentives which could be offered to decrease the time on the market
- An Estimated Closing Cost Statement showing your potential net proceeds.
- My Recommended Sale Price
Taking all of the supporting documents and discussing the results you wish to achieve, will help you make the best decision about the sale of your home. The decision is always yours.
In normal conditions and with nominal variables, a CMA is probably enough to help you set the proper price. In some cases, if you have a unique property, if there hasn't been much activity in your area recently, if co-owners disagree about price and other circumstance that makes it difficult to put an accurate value on your home, I may suggest having a formal written appraisal (these cost a few hundred dollars).
Pricing Too High or Too Low
If your home is priced too high, buyers will pass up your home or tend to give a "lowball offer". If you're priced too low, you'll cut yourself short of proceeds received. Competitive pricing can help sell your home quicker than your neighbors without missing out on much loss of revenue. The decision is all yours.
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Let's find you the right home at the right price.