Most people want to sell their property at a fair price. It is a bit like asking how do I determine the value of the transportation (maybe itâ€™s a car) I use to go to work. Only the property question is a lot more complicated.
You can spend a lot of time doing research or you can spend your time talking specifics with a professional. The answer is in the details, and the details deal with the specifics.
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I am a real estate professional and I help clients buy and sell real estate in the Shreveport/Bossier area. I interview prospective buyers and sellers on a regular basis. I would be glad to speak with you about opportunities in our area.
Carolyn Grimsley, CRS, ABR
Certified Residential Specialist, Accredited Buyerâ€™s Representative
Licensed by Louisiana Real Estate Commission
Realty Executives SB
In Bossier, 4012 Benton Rd suite 110
In Shreveport, 8575 Fern Avenue Suite 105
Each company independently owned and operated
Thanks, Debra Lindsey, CME, REALTOR, Keller Williams Realty NWLA, 714 N. Ashley Ridge Loop, Shreveport, LA 71106, 318.213.1555. Each office independently owned and operated. Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.
Interview a couple of realtors to be sure you are comfortable with their approach, knowledge, and experience.
good luck in the sale of your home!
A real estate agent can do a Comparative Market Analysis(CMA) to help you determine a price. The right price will help your home sell faster than over pricing it. I am an agent in Haughton and would love the opportunity to help you get your home sold. Im available 7 days a week. Call me to set an appointment if you would like to discuss your options further. Look forward to hearing from you.
The links below are to blogs that have some info that may be of some interest to you. Good luck.
I would suggest interview a couple of Realtors and ask them to analyze your situation.
Then, you can either try it yourself, or select one to take care of it.
Know that most people think whatever they own is more than it really is worth.