Category: Pricing Your Home

  • We often hear from home sellers that they will only accept an offer at $X+ price because their home is superior to another home in their neighborhood that just sold for $X.We caution such sellers to be very careful. Here's why. You can easily get tripped up by small data samples and decline offers you might otherwise accept. For example, we recently had a property in San Mateo listed at $599,000. Six to eight offers came in between $660,000 and $680,000. However, one offer was $740,000. The sel

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  • Retirees can't afford to make financial mistakes because they don't have a lifetime of work to make up for their errors. So if you're preparing for retirement and are planning to list your home, getting the pricing right is critical. This post explains exactly how you should go about pricing your home for sale. The Big Mistake You Must Avoid: The biggest pricing mistake [https://www.homebay.com/tips/4-ways-overpricing-your-home-can-hurt-your-sale/] you can make is basing your list price on how

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