We have a 4 bedroom home with .67 acres and 2 car attached garage in 44121 (South Euclid, Ohio). Any chance?

Asked by Laura, Cleveland, OH Thu Jan 10, 2008

of selling this home fast?

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Diane Norris, , Las Vegas, NV
Tue Sep 1, 2009
Laura,

Of course there's a chance and you can enhance the possibility by being sure your home offers more "bang for the buck" to potential buyers! Homes that are in really good, showable condition and priced competitively to the neighborhood are the ones selling. Pricing a home is as much art as science and has as much to do with curb appeal, condition, amenities within the home (as compared to similar homes in the area) and how well staged the home appears to buyers (Remember,buyers need to be able to picture their things in the home - not yours so declutter!) In general terms, an updated kitchen and baths are more important than say, lot size. A dry, finished basement is a plus as is a family room or den and hardwood floors are definitely "in" among this area's buyers today! Needing to sell "fast" means that you'll need to price very realistically with no padding. Choose an agent who markets using a variety of media and promotes your home to other area agents as well as to potential buyers. If we can be of further assistance, please feel free to contact us!

Wishing you the best!

Diane Norris 216 408-0886
The RED Team at Keller Williams
Greater Cleveland Southeast
Web Reference:  http://redteamhomes.com
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Jeannie, , Mayfield Heights, OH
Sun Aug 30, 2009
What the house is worth depends on the neighborhood, surrounding houses, schools, community, location, and many other factors. How do you know what a house is worth until you put it on the market and try to sell it? Of course, if you price it too low and it sells immediately, then maybe it was priced too low. But I have seen houses that start at $260K (probably what the seller thinks it's worth, or what it may have been worth 5 years ago) and the house ends up selling for $160K 1.5 years later. It's all pretty subjective.
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Laura, Home Seller, Cleveland, OH
Fri Jan 11, 2008
@Don Tepper: does "priced right" mean "less than what it's worth?" And what does "aggressively marketed" constitute?
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Don Tepper, Agent, Burke, VA
Thu Jan 10, 2008
Depends on how it's priced and marketed. If it's priced right, looks good, and is aggressively marketed, you have a good chance of selling it pretty soon.
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