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How To Sell Your Home For The Highest Price




It is but natural for you, the home owner, to want to get the highest possible price for your property. Getting a good price for your home does not involve pegging the rate at an exorbitant level, way above its actual market value. This practice does not help sell the home, but actually lower its desirability. If you want your home to fetch a good price, you should take note of the following: How To Sell Your Home For The Highest Price


  1. Do not appear too eager to sell your home. Buyers can smell desperate sellers a mile away and may take advantage of your vulnerability. Shrewd buyers will offer you a price that is much lower than what you desire and if these buyers are aided by equally shrewd realtors, you might just get them to purchase your home, at their price.
  2. Take care of your home. Don’t just fix leaky faucets when you plan to sell it, attend to needed repairs as soon as you see it. That way, when you decide to sell it, you won’t have to undergo additional  drastic renovations…PLUS, the appraiser will see that it is well maintained and will rate it well.
  3. It also helps if your home would be available for viewing even when you are not around. This doesn’t mean that you will leave the key under the mat all the time, it just means that you should give your realtor (only your realtor) authority to show a potential guest even when you are away. Who knows, this buyer may be the one who would eventually close the deal with you.
  4. It also pays if you carefully select your St. George Real Estate Agent and learn to trust him and his judgment completely. Your agent should know the ins and outs of the business, would do his best to market your property, know its market value and help you finalize the sale (including check all the legal documents and help you transfer the title to the new owner). These may not seem like much, but if you do not do these properly, you may have to spend unnecessarily.
  5. Finally, remember that honesty pays. It’s best that you disclose whatever flaws your property has, than for you to hide them, get a good price and run the risk of being sued later on for non-disclosure.

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