Being Impartial: Buyers aren’t going to consider what you paid for the home, the memories you have in it, or the time & money you’ve put into it.
Providing a CMA: A comparative market analysis shows the prices of homes around yours in the neighborhood including sold homes, currently on the market homes, and those that did not sell. I typically go back 6 months to a year because that is most relevant in this market.
Up to date market research: I will help you make an impartial assessment of your home’s value based on data for that market area. Some items to consider in comparison are: size, location, amenities, and condition. From a Buyer’s perspective, what is the “best” deal?
Considering price per square foot: The average price per square foot for homes in your neighborhood is a good place to start when considering your asking price.
Making sure the price isn’t too high: Choosing a listing agent because they suggested the highest listing price can be the worst mistake a seller makes. We don’t want multiple home reductions or a house that sits around too long. It has been my experience that a home priced right will get more than one offer quickly.
Making it easy for a buyer to buy: Easy access for showings, making sure the property is in good condition, and quick closings make buyers more amenable to buying YOUR home.
Marketing your home correctly: I hold open houses until your home sells, staging, curb appeal, great pictures, and online marketing will all help sell your home fast & for the most amount of money.