Do you have to sell?
if so, your pricing strategy has to reflect the buying public. Pricing anything at the ...99's or 49's does not work. Todays buyers come from the internet using search criterias of 50k increments. (look online yourself) When you place your home at where you are, look at our competition on the market now and what has sold in the last 2 weeks, and price your home at the ..00 or ..50 below that. Placing your home price at either the 00's or 50's allows 2 markets to view it. Those looking above or below. Pricing at home at the 99's is for newspaper use only. Very limited exposure for a buying public (just 3%).
The buyer is looking for value (that is what they want - it really does not matter what you want or need). If it is priced too high, then you will know by the lack of showings and 0 offers, but if it is priced under your competition, you will get multiple bids which will bring the price up to where it is valued at and a sale. (Better to get multiple bids than none at all)
This will allow you to move on and take advantage of a buyers market on your end.
But I go back to my initial question: "Do you have to sell?" If your answer is no, then do not sell it..
Good luck! And call or email me if you would like some assistance.
Jeffrey David Halpern, CSP
Prudential New Jersey Properties
64 Diamond Spring Road
Phone: (973) 625-1250 x143
Fax: (973) 625-1672
Cell & Txt:: (201) 317-7527
â€¦â€¦..JUST A SOLUTION