Hmm, that's just one line, I should add more, or David will be upset.
Pricing is crucial, however, and there's always a however, If your home is the only 4 bedroom in a two bedroom community, a problem could exist.
Russ, I like concise brief responses. Keep it up.
Should your home be identical to all the community homes, 3/2/2, 2,000 SF, you can expect action IF the community is not stigmatized.
All of these issues can be overcome, but will require more thought than a stick in the yard and entry in the MLS>
David, your comment was more of a one;liner than Russ'?
Consult with a professional for the right stategy that will acehive your goal. Be aware, you will sett to only one buyer.
Best of success to you,
In 2012, Most sellers are distressed, so they are pricing correctly or lower to get a quick sale.
I favor a strategy (when I represent the seller) to price the house realistically to get a sale within the sellers "need to sell" time frame. If you can afford to take as long as thirty days to sell, you can ask a higher price, and perhaps net a bit more in the end than if you priced it to sell the first weekend. With the low inventory, you will still get plenty of showings and action.
Sure it is great to have thirty showings and twenty offers. You only need, and can only sell to one buyer.
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