Sell Your Home – What to Expect

Homebuyers may use several information sources in their search process, but they are most likely to find the home they actually purchase through a real estate professional.

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*Source: National Association of REALTORS@reg Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers 2011. Due to rounding, percentage distruction may not add to 100%

The Dangers of Overpricing

  • Few buyers are attracted, and fewer offers received.
  • Marketing time is prolonged, and initial marketing momentum is lost.
  • The property attracts “lookers” and helps competing houses look better by comparison.
  • If a property does sell above true market value, it may not appraise, and the buyers may be able to secure a loan.
  • The property may eventually sell below market value.

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*Source: National Association of REALTORS@reg Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers 2011. Due to rounding, percentage distruction may not add to 100%

Only 1 of 3 things happens when you put your home on the market.

  • You have no showings.
  • You have showings but no offers.

  • You have lots of showings and usually more than one offer.

You have no showings.

  • The price is too high.
  • The Internet enables buyers to know the average price per square foot for any neighborhood.
  • If a property is overpriced, they move on. There are millions of records at their fingertips and their attention span is short.

  • You only have a few seconds to keep a buyer’s attention.


You have showings but no offers

You are helping to sell your neighbor’s house.
If buyers are coming through your home but not making an offer, they have the money to meet your asking price but they do not see the value once they get inside so they go back to properties they have previously seen. Suddenly that home in your neighborhood that the buyers thought the master bedroom was too small but is priced $15,000-$30,000 lower seems like the better deal compared to yours. This is why we have second or third showings.


You have lots of showings and usually more than one offer.

Most homeowners, like yourself, are primarily concerned about leaving money on the table.
If we priced your property too low, the market WILL respond and create a “must have” purchase where the price goes up naturally based on demand in the form of multiple offers.



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