When looking to sell your home, particularly those that are fairly new to the game, it can sometimes be difficult to know where to even start. Being bombarded with a countless amount of advice from various different sources can sometimes lead to an overwhelming amount of information to digest. For a potentially simple, smooth-sailing process, selling is easily complicated due to small misconceptions or decisions. Ultimately, we want to make sure you receive the maximum price available to you for your home, so whilst we do our job in making sure we play our part in making it happen, we have also put together some top tips for you to follow in order for us to stay on track in the journey towards selling your home.
2. Generally, there is the fairly common, mainstream belief that whenever you begin to negotiate, you should always start at the highest possible price and eventually the end price will be worked down by negotiation to something more realistic. Whilst this may be a good tactic to use in some situations, it is important to bear in mind that buyers tend to search for homes prices at or below their maximum budget. If your home is priced higher than needed, the chances of people booking in to view the property lessens as you probably won’t even cross their radar, especially if you’ve been advised that your original asking price will be dropped down to a lower price anyway. Your best bet is keeping as realistic as possible in terms of price to save both time and unnecessary stress.
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