You may have heard that "a house well listed is half sold." We agree. Your home's first price should be its best price.
Many sellers make the mistake of insisting on an inflated sales price. We strongly discourage that. Research shows that overpricing your home and then dropping the price several times while it languishes on the market usually leads to selling it at a lower price than what you originally should have asked for it. The longer a home stays on the market, the deeper the discount is likely to be off the original price.
There are many factors to consider when setting the price. Who might want to buy your home? What are local market conditions? Are home prices rising or falling? Your Fletcher Bright Realty agent can help you determine the price which will bring you the fastest sale and the most money.
For a market analysis of your home, contact us today. Tell us a little bit about your home, and we'll compare it to other homes for sale in your area.