If your home is overpriced, two things happen!

Dated: April 15 2019

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The top home seller mistake?

When you are selling your home, it can be easy to be in a vacuum. You have a certain idea of what the market should pay for your home and what may or may not be an issue. After all, your home has x, y and z. The location can’t be beat. It’s just around the corner from (insert fabulous restaurant, coffee shop, school, etc.).



However, when buyers and agents are coming through your home, it can be where distorted perception meets reality. Here is the top mistake sellers make: 


"Overpricing Your Home"



If your home is overpriced, two things happen: NO showings or offers.

The price is what sets the tone for showings. It is the nonverbal message that either invites or discourages activity. If it is too high, buyers that can afford it may be interested in something else, as they can go higher in price range, and the audience for whom it was intended price-wise are usually shut out. To avoid frustration over offers much lower than your set price, have an open discussion with your real estate agent to set the right price for your home.


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Kenneth Manesse

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