Erin Phillips | Broker | Office: 613.270.8200
Here’s an Idea of What Goes into Pricing Your Home
So you’ve decided to sell your home and embark in this journey called real estate. And whether this is your first, second, or “I’ve lost count” run of it, there will always be something that will set this particular experience apart from the rest. So what goes into it all? Where does one even begin? Arguably, one of the first and most significant attributes toward successfully selling your home is to determine its price – one that’s realistic, sensible and appealing to buyers. Once you’ve decided upon this as a starting point, the rest will naturally follow; however, we advise that in order to have things iron out in a way that is both educational and enjoyable for you, you must first hire someone in the business. Enter: your realtor.
It goes without saying that there are a lot of factors that go into the process of selling your home as an entirety. This said, your agent knows the ins and outs of this business, and it’s important to trust them. After all, it’s their duty to not only give you the undivided attention that you deserve, but also the insurmountable amount of (pricing) tips and sound advice that you may need. For the vast majority of us, we don’t know the first thing about pricing our home to sell – but he/she will – and here’s a general idea of how it all works:
Although listing your home may seem like a tremendous step, it is indeed a very exciting feat – and a step forward. Rely on the expertise of your hired real estate agent in order to help you get through any complexities and/or stressors that you may foresee prior to committing to this process. Their job is to help you, and educate you on making this process a smooth, successful and worry-free one.
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