to offer fair market price in todays market. Alot of research goes into this process. It sounds
like if its been on the market for a while maybe the listing agent did not do there research
or the seller wanted more than what his or her home was worth. Good luck and hope the
end results is that the home seller and buyer are both happy!!
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Establishing that percentage might help you and your agent develop a plan of attack.
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A good offer is one that is a true reflection of the current local real estate market. Ask your agent to provide you with comparison information that will help you to identify an accurate price range for this property.