CONDITION – The pricing of your home must accurately reflect its condition. The general upkeep and presentation is critical in obtaining the highest value for your home.
LOCATION – The pricing of your home must reflect its location. School districts, high or low traffic and highway accessibility all need to be considered in determining the value of you home’s location.
MARKET – Recession, inflation, interest rates, mortgage availability, competition, and the public’s perception of the general economy all make up the market.
TERMS – The more financing terms and options you accept the more potential buyers there will be for your property.
PRICE – Price is the #1 most important factor in the sale of your home. The value of your property is determined by what a ready, willing and able buyer will pay for it on the open market, which will be determined by the value of other recent closed sales. Failure to property price your home can cost you time and money.