Pricing Your Home The strategy and how to maximize value

The Role of A Realtor In Pricing Your Home

- A Real Estate Agent Does Not Determine The Price, The Market Does -

A Realtor's role is to provide you, the sellers, with all the current and correct market information. Together with your Realtor, an appropriate pricing and listing strategy is created, combined with a powerful marketing system, to maximize the sale price.

How Properties Are Appraised

A Realtor will take all factors into consideration when pricing your home. To enure the highest return on your real estate investment, make your Realtor aware of any recent renovations, upgrades, maintenance and most importantly, the key features of your home.

Factors That Do Not Affect Value

Only the current market information can determine value.

Only the current market information can determine the sale price.

Average Return on Home Renovations

When selling your home, it is important to keep in mind that value is not determined by what you have put into the property, but what the buyer get out of it. Buyers may not value all the same improvements as much as you do.

Based on cost to complete and return on investment when selling your home

Buyer Pool

Based on correct market value and your listing price

Different pricing strategies will provide different outcomes.

Multiple price reductions lead to a sale below market price

The best way to ensure maximum value is to price the home correctly the first time!

Market Report Booklet

You will have a print and digital copy of the market report booklet. The booklet will have all the information needed to make the most informed decision to determine the optimum listing price.

Well Priced Properties Will:

Sell Faster // Attract Higher Offers // Obtain Multiple Offers

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