In real estate markets home prices vary frequently and suddenly. Our
team of proven professionals has valuable experience and local market
knowledge, including deciphering local market fluctuations, which can
help sellers, like you, prepare their home for sale.
If you set your selling price too high, you risk limited viewing from potential buyers. Price it too low and you may sell it more quickly, but at the possibility of making less money on the sale.
No matter how beautiful your home may be, buyers will compare it to other homes for sale in the market at that time. Therefore, pricing your home correctly is one of the most important factors in getting your home sold. To properly set your price, and your expectations, you will want to examine the record of home sales in your neighborhood over the past several months. ROWE Real Estate is here to help you and can provide you with a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA).
If you're considering selling a home, selecting a real estate agent is the first important decision you will have to make. While there are many qualified real estate agents out there, it's important to decide on a professional who will understand your needs and individual preferences, someone who you can respect and trust. Choosing a professional who best fits your needs is vital to making you the most amount of money, in the shortest amount of time, with the most favorable terms. Here are some overlooked questions that need to be asked when choosing an agent:
they too busy to handle new business?
they work full or part time? You
wouldn’t hire a part-time surgeon.
- How much of their business comes from repeat customers or referrals?
In real estate, the final selling price is negotiable. Plan to negotiate
when an offer(s) is received. For example, before you lower the price,
you may be able to add value to the transaction by including appliances
and / or closing costs. Your ROWE Real Estate agent can assist you with
crafting counter offers and negotiating tips and techniques.
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