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Home Selling Tips & Suggestions

Home Selling Tips & Suggestions How to efficiently sell your house and get the best price Selling a house is a competition, and you are up against all of the other homes for sale in your area. To shorten the time it takes to sell your home and get the best price possible, you need to help your house stand out from the crowd. Here are four steps you can take to improve the marketability of your home and attract potential buyers. 1. Select a real estate agent to help you sell your home. Real estate agents can provide you with invaluable marketing resources that can get your house sold. Their knowledge of effective sales tactics, negotiating skills, and familiarity with the neighborhood around your house can be extremely valuable. In addition, they know how to best advertise your house to a wide audience of potential buyers and other real estate agents. 2. Work with your real estate agent to come up with a realistic listing price based on comparable homes in your neighborhood. Before you set the asking price for your home,…

14 Important facts to consider before you try & sell your home

14 Important facts to consider before you try & sell your home Occasionally, one can see "For Sale By Owner" signs, and some owners think that selling their own home will not only save them money, but believe they have an advantage over the sellers that have their home listed by a reputable Real Estate sales professional. Before you decide to take on this very important and legally complicated process…remember not even most Real Estate Lawyer's recommend selling your own home yourself in today's market. Here are a few of the reasons why: 1. You are limiting your exposure to potential buyers (less than 10% of what a good real estate broker will generate) which theoretically means your home will take ten to fifteen times longer to sell on the market.   2. The longer a home is on the market the lower the selling price is. Why? Because most buyers think that if the home has not sold after this long... there must be something wrong with the home.   3. The selling/buying process begins AFTER the buyer leaves your home. Most sellers…

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