Want to receive
top dollar for your home when it's time to sell? Are you willing
to sell your home in the real world, putting aside expectations
from fantasyland? If so, here's a very important suggestion
that can provide a qualified buyer, in a short period of time,
at the best possible price!
Have your home
appraised before putting it on the market! It can be that
simple. An appraisal is evidence compiled by a recognized,
licensed appraiser that supports the final appraisal price.
By providing credible, proven facts, the appraisal value is
soundly justified, leaving little room for argument (negotiation)
by prospective buyers.
Putting an asking
price on a home without an appraisal is like a prosecuting
attorney showing up for court without having gathered evidence
against the defendant. The defense attorney would have a field
day arguing point after point to weaken the prosecutor's case.
A homeowner who attempts to justify the asking price without
evidence most often ends up with an unsold home.
When selling your
home, prove your case beyond a shadow of a doubt. Offer your
home in better condition than competing homes, at the appraised
price, with terms equal to or better than the competition.
Buyers recognize and purchase homes that offer the best value
for the money, and full-price offers are often the result.
Be prepared, prove your case, and enjoy the rewards.