The listing price of a property will depend on the local real estate market, the national market, the condition of the house, comparable properties in the neighborhood, and any variety of other factors. Check out the articles, columns, blog posts, radio shows and videos for more information about what goes into determining a listing price.
Sometimes it's hard to sell even a wonderful home. What should you do if you need to sell a house that isn't so dreamy? The job of a real estate agent is to play to the strengths of your home to get it sold.
If your home is sitting on the market, while other new listings have come on the market and sold, you have a few options to help sell your home faster. Install new carpet or put on a fresh coat of paint. Relist your home. Offer a higher commission or bonus to the broker. Underprice your neighbors' selling price. Try these tricks make your house stand out and sell faster.
A million dollars just doesn't buy what it used to. While home prices are up across the board in the United States, housing prices in Europe and overseas are skyrocketing. The multi-million dollar housing price tags indicate how quickly wealth has been created around the world in the past decade.
If you've been selling your home for a while without success, there are some things you can do to make buyers want to buy your home. You can make home improvements or offer other incentives such as paying closing costs. Other ways you can make your home sell are to relist the home, lower your listing price or raise your commission for your real estate agent.
When you're trying to sell your home and it takes a while your real estate agent or broker may become disinterested, especially if the listing price is too high. What can you do when your real estate agent loses interest in selling your home? You can lower your listing price or you can change your real estate agent. Find out how else you can handle selling your home when your real estate agent is bored.