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Market Value is the highest price a prudent purchaser will pay for the property, having reviewed similar properties sold recently and similar properties currently available for sale in the immediate area given sufficient time and full exposure to the open market.
Pricing your property for an effective and efficient sale is the key starting point. When you decide to sell your property, you want to sell it for as much money as the market will allow. Pricing too high will keep your home from selling. A low price will keep you from receiving full value.
There are three main points to consider when pricing your property:
Know the Market – The market determines value. Price your home competitively based on the price of homes that have recently sold, are currently for sale and those listings that have expired in your neighborhood.
Condition of Home – Buyers base their decision on the condition of the home as well as price. Take the time now to prepare your home to attract potential buyers.
Select a Sales Representative – You want a Sales Representative that you not only feel comfortable with, but can also get the job done. Together you and your Sales Representative will determine the right price for your property as well as going through some steps to make your property fit to sell.
Here are some costs involved with selling your home:
- A professional home inspection
- Closing costs (lawyers’ fees or unpaid taxes)
- Mortgage discharge fees may be levied by your lending institution
- Sales commissions
- Staging based on recommendations from your Keller Williams agent