Sins of the Seller The seven most common mistakes people make when selling their home. Selling a home is not rocket science. But it is challenging. To get the most out of your home, it is critical to avoid some common missteps that sellers often take. They include: Missing some of their competition Not properly evaluating their…
A CMA is more than “pulling comps”. And without a CMA you are taking a major six-figure risk. Buying or selling a home is a big financial transaction. Is it worth the risk of not getting it right?
When your home is not selling, this is a signal from the market. It is trying to tell you something. It may be telling you that your price is too high. Or that your marketing isn’t working. It takes skill to hear what the market is telling you and it demands that you listen and then act. Sometimes that action is reducing your price.
If your home has been on the market longer than you expected, frustration can set in. This is when some sellers start to play the blame game. But the real solution is in the adjustments you make.
Will you let your personal feelings impact your goal of selling your home? How you handle your emotions will have an effect on the way you sell your home.
You have done all the hard work. Your marketing has convinced buyers to walk through your door. Now you need to open it. And you need to be ready for the unexpected.
Your first impression is the best chance you have to get buyers through your door. Don’t blow it! Follow these six steps to create the best first impression.
How do you know if you should take an offer on your house early in the process? There are three simple questions to ask yourself BEFORE listing.
Do you know your competition? It may be next door…or in the next city. There are four types of competition and two ways to make adjustments.
There are seven things that home sellers do to sabotage the sale of their home. But they are easy to spot and fix, once you know what you are looking for.
Does an online home valuation work? It depends on how you are using it. Here are two examples of what automated value programs can look like.
Can you trust the real estate numbers you see in the media? Or should you dig deeper to find out what is really going on? It turns out, it depends on your situation.