Finding the best competitive price for your home is the most important factor for a successful sale. Over-pricing can discourage buyers and may make them look into competing homes with better value.
Nowadays, selling your home is not an easy task. There are too many formalities done by agents for selling your home. Read the property section on your local papers, research online about the asking price of homes similar to yours and ask real estate agents to provide a free valuation of your property.
Price the true market value and not the price which you think your home is worth. You can then do adjustments on the pricing based on the additional or lacking features and amenities.
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Decide Who Will Sell Your home
You can sell your property yourself or employ a real estate agent. If you have the time, skill, experience, patience and willingness to work hard then sell your home yourself to save some money rather than paying for an agent’s commission cost.
If you plan to hire an agent, then you need to do some research to choose the right one. You can decide to use a single agent or several agents to handle the home selling process.
Get Your Home Ready
Make sure your home looks its best. Cleaning and eliminating excess things inside your home can make your home look more spacious and attractive to buyers.
The landscaping should be in great shape. Trim the grass, trees, plants, flowers and remove all clutter and debris. Make the necessary repairs and make the decoration neutral as various buyers have different styles and tastes.