Determine Your Home’s Asking Price
Many people out there want to buy your home.
The right asking price will attract buyers’ attention and pay
you a maximum return.
You don’t want to set your price too low or too high.
Setting too low a price means you could miss out on thousands of dollars that
some buyer would have happily paid. Setting too high a price can scare away
willing buyers and leave your home on the market for too long. When you
lower the price, people may assume you are under pressure to sell and lower
their offers even further.
Are you going to choose an agent who promises you list your home for more?
Of course not!
Beware – You do not want a realtor to quote you a higher Listing Price
to make you happy and get the listing. He will come back later for price
adjustments. When choosing your Realtor and your Listing Price use
your common sense, look at the comparables and then decide.
Your goal is fair market value.
“Market Value” is a term that simply means the maximum amount of money
that interested buyers are willing to pay for your property. Remember,
buyer’s comparison shop, especially for something as expensive as a home.
REALTORS® know the general factors affecting your market.
Maybe larger families are moving into your neighborhood. This trend will
make homes with three or more bedrooms and large yards more appealing
than two bedroom bungalows. Perhaps a large employer is opening a plant
nearby, which will increase demand for housing in general. How are interest
rates affecting people’s willingness to take out big mortgages? Do people feel
confident about their financial futures? Your REALTOR® (Ghosh) knows the
answer to these questions and more importantly, how they affect the price of
your home.
REALTORS® then calculate your home’s value within your market.
After accounting for general market influences, your REALTOR® (Ghosh) will
get very specific about your home and perform what is called a “Comparative
Market Analysis” (CMA). Using the extensive background information
available only to REALTORS® through the Multiple Listing Service®, I will
compare your home to a collection of similar homes that have recently been
sold in your area. No two homes are the same, but REALTORS® are very good
at adjusting their calculations according to the differences. Your REALTORS®
(Ghosh) suggested asking price is thoroughly researched and designed to
maximize attention and profit for your home. You can feel confident trusting
their opinion.
Yes, first impressions matter.
It’s nearly impossible to replace the initial flurry of interest and activity a
new listing will generate. REALTORS® in your area will want to see your
home right away and tell their buyers all about it. Be sure you’re priced and
poised to capitalize on this first wave of excitement. Staging Helps(hyperlink
to ‘Staging does Matter’)

Determine Your Home’s Asking Price

Many people out there want to buy your home. The right asking price will attract buyers’ attention and pay you a maximum return.

You don’t want to set your price too low or too high.
Setting too low a price meansbest price you could miss out on thousands of dollars that some buyer would have happily paid.
Setting too high a price can scare away willing buyers and leave your home on the market for too long. When you lower the price, people may assume you are under pressure to sell and lower their offers even further.

Are you going to choose an agent who promises you list your home for more?
Of course not!

Beware You do not want a realtor to quote you a higher Listing Price to make you happy and get the listing. He will come back later for price adjustments. When choosing your Realtor and deciding your Listing Price use your common sense, look at the comparables...

Your goal is fair market value.
“Market Value” is a term that simply means the maximum amount of money that interested buyers are willing to pay for your property. Remember, buyer’s comparison shop, especially for something as expensive as a home.

REALTORS® know the general factors affecting your market.
Maybe larger families are moving into your neighborhood. This trend will make homes with three or more bedrooms and large yards more appealing than two bedroom bungalows. Perhaps a large employer is opening a plant nearby, which will increase demand for housing in general. How are interest rates affecting people’s willingness to take out big mortgages? Do people feel confident about their financial futures? Your REALTOR® (Ghosh) knows the answer to these questions and more importantly, how they affect the price of your home.

REALTORS® then calculate your home’s value within your market.
After accounting for general market influences, your REALTOR® (Ghosh) will get very specific about your home and perform what is called a “Comparative Market Analysis” (CMA). Using the extensive background information available only to REALTORS® through the Multiple Listing Service®, I will compare your home to a collection of similar homes that have recently been sold in your area. No two homes are the same, but I am very good at adjusting my calculations according to the differences.

Yes, first impressions matter.
It’s nearly impossible to replace the initial flurry of interest and activity a new listing will generate. REALTORS® in your area will want to see your home right away and tell their buyers all about it. Be sure you’re priced and poised to capitalize on this first wave of excitement.
Staging Helps

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