Most of the activity on your home will occur in the first few weeks. Pricing a home properly creates immediate urgency in the minds of buyers and agents. Typically, there is a pool of buyers who have seen most available homes in their price range and are now only waiting for new listings or price reductions. A buyer may fail to see your home if it is priced too high. Often, overpriced listings help you to sell your neighbor’s reasonably priced home, as it appears that their home is ideally.
There is no “exact price”; your home is worth what a buyer is willing to pay. The market determines value; together you and your agent determine asking price. Realtors have no control over the market, only their marketing plan. Call Mary Schile at 206-601-4377 to get started.