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Reblogged from Cambridge KW Real Estate Blog: So you're all excited and you're starting your search for that first dream home. Before you embark on the home buyer's wheel and discover all the stress that can build up in that query take a deep breath and consider these useful tips: Down-payment~You most likely have accumulated […]
Reblogged from Steve Schultz - REALTOR: Historically, the average rental price has increased over time -- a trend likely to continue going into the future. A fixed rate mortgage allows you to "lock in" a certain monthly cost for a specified period of time. If your situation allows you to buy, now is a good […]
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Lesia Hensly-Price goes over the first steps to begin the home buying process. Watch Lesia every Friday on NBC 26 Today @ 6am.
Now that you have made the decision to sell your home, it is time to determine its asking price. Since the procedure by which it is calculated can be somewhat complex, you will want to seek the guidance of a trained professional – your REALTOR®. Should you price your home too low, you could potentially cheat yourself out of thousands of dollars. Conversely, if you price your home too high, potential buyers will bypass it in favor of something more reasonably priced. Leaving your home on the market for too long could have the adverse effect of giving it an unfavorable reputation. The object is to choose a price that is neither too high, nor too low. The asking price should be both accurate, given its market value, and fair. Your REALTOR® is familiar with the market and all of its changes. Take advantage of their knowledge and expertise.
Market value is the highest price that a willing buyer and seller, not under any compulsion or outside pressure, agree upon. Determined by outside influences, such as social and political factors, as well as the economy, market value is the price that your home should sell for in the current market. Your home’s fair market value depends on a number of other factors including, how it was built, its location, the condition it is in, the size of both the house and the property it sits on, as well as the price of other similar homes that have recently sold in your neighborhood. The price you choose will also be determined by the tempo of the market, the public’s confidence in the current economy, and competition within the market. Ultimately, the market will determine the value of your home, not you, making the services of a trained professional who understands it and all of its complexities all the more worthwhile. Don’t hesitate to ask your REALTOR® any questions you may have – their knowledge could save you thousands of dollars.