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I agree with your agent. No matter how motivated the agents are, it is the buyer that needs to be motivated. If you want to guarantee a quick sale, price your home accordingly. That will attract both buyers AND their agents. I have seen bonuses offered, but have never been able to take advantage of one because the bottom line is, I have a duty to my buyers to put their interests above my own and the way to put buyers interests first is to price the home correctly.... more
Ahhh, marketing. You could also figure on accepting a $3000 low offer and paying no closing costs - same thing. Often buyers like having closing costs paid on lower priced homes because the buyers often are cash poor. Offering $3000 in closing costs will probably get you an offer of something less than full price with you paying $3000 in closing costs too. The only problem, I see, is taking the genie out of the bottle once you make an offer to pay closing costs. Let's say they offer $5000 less than list price and you have to counter back the closing costs they ask for too. In today's market I think buyers just expect to not pay full price for any reason and you paying closing costs is what they expect anyway so they don't see it as a $3000 reduction in the offer, but you do. I would just list it and see what offers you get.... more
This July, Guthrie saw an average SOLD price per sqft of only $67.47/ppsqft (high of $95 and low of $17.93) in the 3,2,2 existing homes built (2010 and prior). Last year, the same stats, Guthrie only had
Seller Question from Yesterday: I'm a seller -- should I take this buyer with VA loan serious? I just got an offer: 1) The purchase price is 6% less than my list price, 2) Buyer is putting 0% down;
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