I'd like to go over some things that you should consider if you're about to list your home for sale, especially if you're trying to find the most accurate price possible.
You have to think of your home as a product when you sell it, so you have to figure out how to attract these buyers to your product.
A lot of people think they can overprice their home and then come back down on the price if they don't get any offers, but this is a risky move. You
run the risk of alienating yourself from buyers because they simply don't respond well to overpriced homes.
You need to price your home at market value, and to do so, you need to look at area comparable sales. Take a look at pending sales and see what homes are selling for.
Remember the three P's of selling: promotion, position, and pricing. When you price your home correctly, you put yourself in a good position to get multiple buyers interested, which can result in a very high selling price.
There are a number of different things you can do to price your home attractively in order to bring in the largest amount of buyers possible.
Alex Acuff & Mary Gail Golden
Acuff Golden Team
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Preferred Real Estate