Monday, January 6, 2020 / by Karey Kendrick
Home Seller Tip: Do Some Home Shopping Yourself
Because your home may well be your largest asset, selling it is probably one of the most important decisions you will make in your life. As mentioned in last weeks video, To better understand the homeselling process, we have prepared a FREE Report Highlighting 27 Tips to get your home sold fast and for top dollar which you can order below.
Last week I went over Understand Why You Are Selling Your Home, Keep the Reason(s) You are Selling to Yourself,Before Setting a Price – Do Your Homework
Today, I am going to be highlighting 3 additional tips
1. Do Some Home Shopping Yourself
2. When Getting an Appraisal is a Benefit
3. Tax Assessments – What They Really Mean
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Do Some "Home Shopping" Yourself.
The best way to learn about your competition and discover what turns buyers off is to check out other open houses. Note floor plans, condition, appearance, size of lot, location and other features. Particularly note, not only the asking prices but what they are actually selling for. Remember, if you're serious about getting your home sold fast, don't price it higher than your neighbor's.
When Getting an Appraisal is a Benefit.
Sometimes a good appraisal can be a benefit in marketing your home. Getting an appraisal is a good way to let prospective buyers know that your home can be financed. However, an appraisal does cost money, has a limited life, and there’s no guarantee you’ll like the figure you hear.
Tax Assessments - What They Really Mean.
Some people think that tax assessments are a way of evaluating a home. The difficulty here is that assessments are based on a number of criteria that may not be related to property values, so they may not necessarily reflect your home's true value.
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