Don't Make This Amateur Mistake!

Find out how pricing your home right makes a difference to your bottom line. You might be surprised at how your initial asking price effects your eventual selling price.


Having an agent that has the experience to give you the best advice on pricing strategy can earn you thousands!


Which strategy is right for you? Click below to answer the rest of your questions with no obligation?






Remember Your 3 Pricing Options!


Price Your Home HIGH

This strategy leaves room for negotiations. Be cautious of this option, you may price yourself out of the market and turn buyers away. You may find yourself on the market for quite some time with this choice and pricing it high helps to sell your competition first and faster.


Price Your Home AT Market Value

This option is a good safe option that will get a fair amount of exposure, buyers walking through your home and will bring a fair market value offer or two.


Price Your Home LOW to create a bidding war

The better deal you offer the more buyers go nuts competing for your home. This option creates a feeding frenzy and a multiple offer situation driving the price of your home up! Most often to above where it would sell if you chose option 1 or 2.

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