One of the most import decisions a person can make after deciding to sell their home is how to set the asking price. Because the price is typically the first thing that a potential buyer will see when they are first made aware of your home, many houses are instantly passed over by potential buyers, before they even see it simply because they are not in their desired price range.
If you desire to make the most money possible on the sale of your home (and you likely do!), it is critical that you make a good “first impression.” Classically, in the world of real estate, the first impression is the asking price of your property.
Because creating the perfect first impression is not as simple as it sounds, the strategy for pricing your home should be approached with thoughtful consideration. Setting your price too high can affect your bottom line just as much as setting the price too low. Determining an asking price based the amount for which other houses in your neighborhood have sold is only part of an effective pricing process and should not be the only factor considered as you seek to sell your home for maximum financial advantage.
The compiling ten years of industry research has resulted in a new special report entitled "Pricing Your Home: How to Get the Price You Want (and Need)." This NO COST report will empower you to formulate an effective 3-point pricing strategy. This easy to implement information will enable you to price your house not just to sell, but sell for the amount you desire.
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