Friday, November 20, 2009

"A home priced right is half sold."

Listing a home at too high a price is the biggest mistake home sellers make. A high price will discourage buyers from even looking at a home they might otherwise be able to afford. In addition, realistically priced homes in the same neighborhood will look better by comparison.

Of course, you don't want to set your sales price too low, either. The idea is to net the most money possible from the home sale. The price you set should reflect what other comparable homes in the area have recently sold for. It should leave some space for making concessions in order to close the deal. And it should take into consideration current trends--whether it's a buyer's or seller's market.

If you are starting your search to buy now or in the future, why not search like a realtor. Sign up for listing book, a free service I provide with no strings attached. Here is the link:

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If you would like to know what your homes current value is check out Market Snapshot on my website or just call me at 636-294-6061.

.For any of your Real Estate Questions or Needs call Me at 636-294-6061 or Remember “Cribbin Realty” Where Performance Outsells Promises.

Mike Cribbin

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