Pricing Your Home For Sale
Updated: Jan 18
Are you thinking about selling your house but not sure where to start with pricing it? No worries, we've got you covered.
Here are some tips to help you out.
Look at comparables
Find out what similar homes in your area are selling for. You can use online tools like Zillow's "Zestimate" or check out listings in your neighborhood to get an idea.
Think about the condition of your home
If it's in great shape, you can probably ask for a higher price. But if it needs some repairs or renovations, you might have to lower the price a bit to attract buyers.
Check out the current market conditions
Is the market hot or cold? If there are more buyers than sellers, you might be able to ask for a higher price. But if the market is flooded with homes for sale, you might need to be more competitive with your pricing.
Set a realistic price
It's important to find the sweet spot between what you want to get for your home and what buyers are willing to pay. Overpricing your home can turn people off and result in a longer time on the market.
Don't forget about the cost of selling
There are lots of expenses that come with selling a home, like real estate agent commissions, closing costs, and any necessary repairs or renovations. Make sure to factor these costs into your asking price.
Pricing your home can be a bit of a juggling act, but with some careful consideration and a little bit of research, you can find the right price to attract buyers and get the most out of your sale. Good luck!
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Keep it Foxy,
Sales Manager & Founder