Avoid these expensive mistakes when selling your home
Selling your home can be complex, confusing, and costly for many people. In fact, deciding on the best price is only one of the factors in your home selling strategy. To help you avoid the most common costly mistakes most homesellers make, a new report has just been released which reveals 7 costly mistakes that most home sellers make when selling their home.
Some sellers make their first mistake when pricing their home. Pricing your home too high can be as costly as pricing it too low. But there are many more hidden costs in the home selling process. Industry reports show clearly how the traditional ways of selling a home have become less and less effective in today’s market.
After reading this free report you will also learn about all of the considerations you need to make before putting your home on the market, including how to set the asking price to maximize exposure and ensure a fast sale at the highest possible price the market will pay.
Plus you will also learn about appraisal value vs, market value, tips for showcasing your home for sale, understanding your legal rights and obligations, and much more.
The good news is that every one of these mistakes can be avoided. Remember, not all costs involve money. They can also include hassles, stress and strain.
In answer to these issues, an industry insider has prepared a free consumer report titled, “How To Avoid 7 Costly Mistakes When Selling Your Home.”
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"You Don't Make Money When You Sell Real Estate, You Make Money When You BUY It!"
Do you see the statement above? Someone once told me it was written backwards...that you only make money when you SELL real estate. "How on earth could you make money when you buy it?" he said.
But that statement is accurate. You may receive your sales proceeds when you sell your home, but it's how well you BOUGHT your home that will determine HOW MUCH your proceeds will be.
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If you're like most people, the decision to buy a home involves a number of stresses and strains. For about 80% of buyers, it's the single largest financial transaction of their lives. Mistakes in any part of the buying process can cost you thousands.
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Ever had an important question that you needed a quick answer to, just to call and never get anyone on the phone? Even worse, missed out on some opportunity because of this? Well with real estate, one slip up like this can cause you to lose thousands of dollars!
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Has your southeast Michigan home gone unsold? Tired of the same excuses about the market or the season? Want to hear some REAL talk about why your home didn't sell? If that's you then keep reading.
Most people's primary asset is their home, and because of that many people have to put their lives on hold until they sell it. In our current real estate market, many people have been putting their lives on hold for WAY too long, some having their home on the market for 80 or more days!
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Question of The Month
Q. What big mistakes should I avoid when selling my home?
A. There are plenty of mistakes you can make when you sell your home but most can easily be avoided. Here are the important ones:
- Pricing Your Home Incorrectly. You need to set the right price when you put it on the market. If you start high, you may keep buyers and other real estate agents away. If you lower your price in increments, it may be too late, as the home may already be viewed as "overpriced."
- Failing To Stage Your Property. You don't get a second chance to make a first impression! Look at your home from a buyer's point of view: clean it up, clear the clutter and get it in model-home shape.
- Selecting The Wrong Agent. You need to hire a REALTOR who understands your goals and will meet your needs.
Learn more about selling your home in my Free Consumer Report called " How To Avoid 7 Costly Mistakes When Selling Your Home ." Call me and I'll send a copy right over to you.
Do you have a question you want answered? Just call me or ask using the form to the right that says "Ask A Question", and perhaps I will feature it on the web site and in my upcoming issue of MainStreet Life! .
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