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Saturday, July 26, 2014

this weeks question;


Anabelle Baker:

How do I sell my house?

Miriam Engeln:

Choose a great Real Estate Agent with expertise and experience in your market. Ask questions about how they communicate with their clients. Ask how many transactions they have completed in the past year. Do they work part time or full time? Ask them what is their area of expertise and do they have referrals of past clients they can provide for you. Price the Home to Sell, this is where you need a great Listing Agent with real estate experience.

If you price it too high buyers will pass it up without ever stepping through the door. Price it too low, and you’ll give it away to the first taker. Consult with your Realtor to find a happy medium so you don’t lose time or money.

Your agent can help you set a competitive price by comparing recent sales of homes in your area. It starts with cleaning and de-cluttering and can include painting and rearranging furniture.
The goal is to create a welcoming environment that’s easy for buyers to see as their own. Once you get an offer, you will need guidance and comparables to determine whether the price that the buyer is offering is a good offer. Today’s buyers rely heavily on the Internet in their search for the perfect home, and photos play a big role in capturing their attention.

1 comment:

Encounters Nepal said...

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