Now ... in Middlefield, properties have been averaging being sold at 93% of asking price and 92% of original price with one well priced house selling in 2 days at 100% of asking price. However, again, not a lot of activity to be basing these numbers on ... it is really going to depend on the exact property you're talking about.
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So the real question is how this property is priced based upon recent comparable sales. Your agent can assist you in evaluating this. A good pricing analysis will guide you well. What does not work is using an arbitrary % and lopping that off ~ offers based on the facts of the market (ie, comparables) are far more apt to succeed than those that are not.
Good luck to you,
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