Pricing Your House To Sell
Serious buyers look in the price range which has been predetermined by their down payment and monthly payment ability. Unless your property is priced correctly, the down payment and monthly payment requirements will not be competitive

A buyer who is seriously looking soon becomes very knowledgeable in his range. An unreasonable asking price only discourages him from looking and considering your property.

Buyers purchase net comparisons, and a property priced above the competition does not “compare” favorably. Inviting a buyer to make an offer could indicate that a fair price has not been established.

It is very difficult to obtain a reasonable offer on an overpriced property. The buyer feels he should be just as unreasonable in his offer as the seller is in his asking price.

By contrast, offers are much easier to obtain on a reasonably priced property. You can then choose which offer to accept with no obligation to one that does not meet your requirements.

It is a mistaken idea to think that you will get more for a property by asking more. You usually get less, because fewer buyers will consider it; the right buyers will not see it; and it usually stays on the market so long that it tends to b.nete “shop worn”.

To obtain proper market exposure, it is an absolute necessity to be competitive in price, terms and condition, with similar properties that are selling in your area.

If you plan to adjust your price at the time of a sale, why not adjust the price now and attract serious buyers?

 

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Hill Country Real Estate
Candace Cargill, Broker
413 Main Street / P.O. Box 203
Blanco, Texas 78606

Phone: 830-833-4591
Fax: 830-833-4592

Email: sales@hcrealestate.com
Website: www.hcrealestate.com

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All information contained herein, while based upon information supplied by the Sellers, is in no way warranted by Hill Country Real Estate. This offering is subject to change in price or terms, errors, omissions or withdrawal. Hill Country Real Estate and its associates are licensed by The Texas Real Estate Commission.