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How We Achieve the highest price
1. OUR STYLE OF SELLING:
Matching Buyers to properties.
The closer the match, the more the buyer loves the property, the higher the price will be.
2. BY FOCUSING ON THE HIGHEST PRICE
the Buyer is prepared to pay, not what the Seller is willing to accept.
Most agents focus on the lowest price YOU will accept. I focus on the: Buyer’s Highest Price.
3. WE PRICE THE PROPERTY CORRECTLY.
Generate higher interest, more offers.
We will consider the condition of your home, the improvements and unique features to determine the highest realistic price.
Benefits of Proper Pricing
The proper price gets a faster offer being submitted by the buyer.
As you know, it takes a lot of time and energy to prepare your home for showings, keep the property clean, makes arrangements for children, and generally alter your lifestyle. Proper pricing shortens market time.
INCREASED SALESPERSON RESPONSE:
When salespeople are excited about a property and its price, they make special efforts to contact all their potential buyers and show the property whenever possible.
EXPOSURE TO MORE PROSPECTS:
Pricing at market value will open your home up to more people who can afford it.
BETTER RESPONSE TO ADVERTISING:
Buyer inquiry calls are more readily converted into showing appointments when the price is not a deterrent.
When a property is priced right, buyers are much less likely to make a low offer, for fear of losing out on a great deal.
Dangers of Overpricing
- Many potential buyers won’t even look, thinking it’s out of their range or overpriced for market conditions.
- Those buyers who do look are shopping by comparison, and looking at your home may convince them to make a bid on different property.
- Since an appraisal is required in financing a property for the buyer, it’s futile to price a property for more than it’s worth.
- Often the first question buyers ask is, “how long has it been on the market?” Properties left on the market for extended periods of time usually become “shopworn” which causes many buyers to submit a reduced offer even after you have dropped your price.
- Overpricing tends to dampen the other saleperson’s attitude, making it less likely to be shown.
- Overpricing lengthens marketing time, and invariably results in a lower selling price than would have been otherwise obtained.