There are many benefits to pricing correctly, two of which are less time on market and a higher sales price when compared to the original list price. Check out these charts for a great visual representation. Continue reading “Benefits of Pricing Correctly”
A lonely feeling can be a good thing, or at minimum, very uncomfortable. Continue reading “A Lonely Feeling.”
“At The Mercy Of The Market” was mentioned briefly in our July 1st post, Sellers – Fight In Your Own Weight Class.
In it we identified the “market” as simply the competition. But what or who is the competition? In our terms, it is anybody or anything that can get in the way of a sale! Any of these can present obstacles to closing. Continue reading “At The Mercy Of The Market”
Sellers must take an active role in the sale of their home, even if a listing agent has been hired. This may seem contradictory but it is to your best interest to do so, and here’s just one reason – To hold the agent accountable. Continue reading “Sellers Must Take An Active Role In The Sale Of Their Home!”
Fight in your own weight class, or be at the mercy of the market or more specifically the competition. Continue reading “Sellers – Fight In Your Own Weight Class”
“Can a new listing be under priced?” I hear this question frequently.
The general consensus seems to indicate the answer is “No” because an under priced listing will be bid up to the fair market value.
This answer and reasoning is really a response to a different question; i.e., “Will an under priced property sell for the fair market value?” Continue reading “Can A New Listing Be Under Priced?”
The thought probably never comes to mind, and if it does a good agent likely has a convincing reply to minimize the concern. What concern? Continue reading “Seller False Start – Agent Branding”