Exceed buyers’ expectations. Many people who’ve been around the real estate block expect pre-owned homes to come with problems. Get your property into tip-top shape before you put it on the market and you’ll eliminate most buyers’ potential objections
Don’t price your home without a comparative market analysis. You may think your property is worth $500,000, but the local real estate market needs to agree with that price if you want to have any chance of making a successful sale. Ask for a comparative market analysis (or CMA) to help you understand what it will take to sell in your neighborhood.
Don’t wait for values to go higher before you put your home on the market. According to the National Association of REALTORS®, new home construction is lagging behind job growth in nearly two-thirds of metro areas in the U.S. Additionally, there are more buyers considering the housing market, as a result of continued improvements in the job sector and broader economy.
*Info from RisMedia.com.
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