Selling your Home?

Dated: 02/09/2019

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You are going to sell your house. You are working with an experienced, successful realtor. But have you thought about pricing and how it can help or hinder a sale? 

Your realtor has given you comparable pricing information. You know that the house down the street sold for just below your asking price, and you’ve looked at the house 2 blocks over that’s still on the market – after all this time. You have decided to price your home just a bit on the high side so you have room to negotiate.

 First impressions count. Studies show that the first two weeks on the market are crucial. If your starting price is perceived as too high, you will lose the attention of all the active buyers.

 Remember that the price of your property has an expiration date.

 Everyone is interested in a new listing, so make sure to grab that market attention right away.

 Make sure your price helps your property stand out from the others in a positive way.

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Stacey Hanna

Stacey Hanna epitomizes integrity, honesty, energy, and creative agency in every detail of your real estate transaction. Stacey knows achieving success in Tahoe’s luxury real estate market takes mor....

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