9 Critical Mistakes to Avoid When Selling Your Home
AVOID THESE MISTAKES WHEN SELLING YOUR HOME
Basing Your Asking Price on Needs or Emotion.
Many times, sellers base their pricing on how much they paid for or invested in their home. This can be an expensive mistake. If your home is not priced competitively, buyers may reject it in favor of other larger homes for the same price. (more...)
Failing to Take the First Offer Seriously.
Often sellers believe that the first offer received will be one of many to come. There is a tendency to not take it seriously, and to hold out for a higher price. This is especially true if the offer comes in soon after the home is placed on the market. (more...)
Not Knowing Your Rights and Obligations.
The contract you sign to sell your property is a complex and legally binding document. An improperly written contract may allow the purchaser to void the sale or cost you thousands of unnecessary dollars. (more...)
Failure to Properly Market Your Home.
Good marketing opens the door that exposes your home to the marketplace. It means distinguishing your home from hundreds of other homes on the market. It also means selling the benefits as well as the features. (more...)
Not Considering All Your Options.
An often-overlooked option for homeowners is selling your home to a local real estate investor. These individuals and companies help homeowners who may need to sell their home quickly. Many specialize in hard to sell homes and can handle homes needing repairs. (more...)