J, Home Seller in 40207

What is the best way to price my home to be competitive? What is the average price/ sq in St Matthews?

Asked by J, 40207 Mon Feb 16, 2009

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Michael
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Sep 22, 2013
All such great comments and all spot on with the advice!

Like many have said, it is more than just SF, numbers of baths, bedrooms and things like that. It's also condition, amenities, convenience to what the "buyer" seeks by living "in town". One street can make all the difference, in St Matthews as well as many other great areas of our city.

On top of all those things, your agents marketing of your home or your own can make a huge difference in what your home could sell for.

We live a fantastic and diverse city and our real estate market is the same!

Best of luck to you! Hope that I have been able to help!

Michael
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Sep 7, 2013
The sq ft price for an area varies from subdivision to subdivision. It even varies from street to street in the subdivision so the answer to your question would be specific to your address. You could go to (http://louisvillemlssearch.net/property-search/free-market-a…) to get an answer to your question.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Jul 24, 2012
Hi J,
Once again I have a buyer very interested in the St. Matthews area. If your home is currently on the market and the criteria fits their needs I'd like them to see it. We have considered other properties but none have been the right one.
To answer your question Catherine below takes a very realistic approach that I agree with. Price per sq ft veries sooooo much because, as I am sure you know the St Matthews area can have homes sitting side by side that began as the same home and are now worlds apart. One completely updated with 2nd floor converted to a mater suite and the next with nothing changed since it was built 40 years ago for example. What does a CMA say? How quickly do you want to move? Financial consideration-do you need to sell this home to purchase the next?
Call me anytime to give me details on your property for my client.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Mar 3, 2010
Hello J,
Don't price your home based on what everyone else is doing; price it close to the current market value (recent sold prices) and appraised value (not tax appraisal). 40207 solds for the past 6 months are ranging any where from $70/sq ft - $175/sq ft. Feel free to send me your street address and I'll narrow the range for you. Best of Luck.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Mar 3, 2010
Hi J,

For specifics, you'll need to have a local agent to prepare a CMA and based on local variables AND your personal circumstances suggest a pricing strategy.


To answer your question from a general perspective:

The real estate market is a free market based on supply and demand.
Most markets still have a larger supply that characterize them as "buyer's market".
Most markets still have historically a lower demand.
Marketing 101: if you are putting a new product on the shelf (your house) and you have a lot of competition and demand is limited, you would want to study the competition, determine their price range and set your price below that price range (that is if you want to be competitive and sell your product).

Remember that you have to take in consideration local market variables AND your personal circumstances. You may want to contact a successful listing local real estate agent.

Catherine "Cathy" Chaudemanche Team
Real estate agent & Realtor associate
Agent Leadership Council
Keller Williams / Middlesex County market center
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Dec 26, 2009
J Did you ever sell your home in the St. Matthews area? I see you got several answers immediately which are all correct. I am just wonder how you proceeded if you did. St Matthews in general is a very "hot" selling area and if priced right will sell. I happen to have a client looking in that area. Is it on the market?
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Dec 26, 2009
Hello J,

The best way for me to answer the question is to get more info on your home. Oddly enough that answer can vary in so many ways. Number of bedrooms, baths and sqft would be a great start and then I would need to know where it is located. There are many factors that go into pricing a home. I would be glad to talk to you about the answer to your question. In fact, I would like to have that talk with anyone in the Louisville, KY or surrounding counties area that wants to price a home right for sale.

Noel Harris Keller Williams Realty
502.338.7145
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Dec 14, 2009
Hi J,
First I just wanted to introduce myself. My name is Rob and I'm a Realtor with Keller Williams which has an office right outside of St. Mathews located on Hurstbourne Lane. I myself, live about a mile from the heart of St. Mathews down in Crescent Hill. St. Mathews is one of our most sought after areas in Louisville and the demand has remained strong for this area despite the recent slow down elsewhere. Just so you know, the market in Louisville has really started to shift in the last six months. As you probably expected with all the incentives that the financial institutions now offer we have really seen the real estate market pick up and homes that are priced right are being bought as soon as they hit the market especially in this area. Feel free to go to my website, http://www.MLSinLouisville.com, and see what homes are currently selling for in this area.
I have been recently showing (and selling) quite a few homes in the St. Mathews area and have compiled the latest up-to-date sales, pricing and homes sold data that I would be happy to share with you. Feel free to contact me anytime and I'll be happy to assist you anyway I can. My contact information is listed below for your convenience.
Thanks again for your time.
Rob

Rob Rupp
Keller Williams East
Cell: (502) 419-8556
Email: Rob@RobRupp.com
Website: http://www.MLSinLouisville.com
EFax: (502) 554-9397
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Jul 23, 2009
Local listing agent or Trulia agent can determine what is best price for your home.

Offering incentives to buyers or buyers agent is another way to draw additional attraction to your home for sale,

Listing agent can review these options with you
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Feb 16, 2009
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