Setting the sale price of your home
The sale price of your home is a critical part of your family's future. For most
Americans, their home is the biggest investment of their lifetime. To determine
your home's market value, you must do an objective evaluation of it's condition
and also determine market conditions in your immediate area.
Setting the price of your home low may sell it quick but it can cost you thousands.
You will be losing money on your biggest investment.
Setting the price too high can also be a big mistake. You could be missing out on buyers
that won't even look at your home because it is out of their price range. Real estate agents
won't show your home unless they want to show a value in a competing home.
If your home just sits in the marketplace, it becomes a stale listing. Your home's best chance for sale
is in the first few weeks it's up for sale.
Some buyers decide to price high just to see if they get lucky. This can be a real trap.
Pricing your home accurately, right from the start, provides the best opportunity for qualified buyers to
see it. Falling for the "Let's try it and see" pricing tactic can be a big mistake.
A qualified real estate agent can be your best help here. An agent that is aware of the market conditions in your
neighborhood and what comparable homes have sold for recently can be a great aid in determining your home's value. An experienced agent can also
help in making an accurate assessment of your home's condition.
If you comb through the listings (we provide a free search) you can compare pricing of similiar homes in your area.
We also provide a free comparative market analysis to help you in arriving at your home's value. Give us a call or fill out the form we provide.
- Ingle Realty Team