Common Selling Mistakes

Common Selling Mistakes when selling, Cheyenne Wyoming

The Most Common Selling Mistakes

The process of selling your home takes dedication and a great deal of know-how .With the assistance of right estate agent you will be able to get your home sold quickly and for the right price. The best way to get the results you are looking for is by avoiding some common selling mistakes. Joe has a wealth of experience in this field and is an irreplaceable asset to have in your corner. He will guide and advise you to steer clear of the most common mistakes. When his warnings are not heeded properties are often not sold for years to come.

Mistake #1 -- Placing the Wrong Price on Your Property

Many sellers get hung up on the amount of time and money they have invested in their home and every seller obviously wants to get the most money for his or her product.As a result, they come up with an unrealistic asking price for their homes. Unfortunately, may potential buyers will be driven away and will never even give your home a second look due to the high price. It may also lead other buyers to expect more than what you have to offer.Furthermore, it is much more difficult to sell a house that has been sitting on the market for a long time. Overpriced properties tend to take an unusually long time to sell, and they end up being sold at a lower market related price.

Ironically, the best way to do this is NOT to list your product at an excessively high price! Setting a price that is too low is likely to raise suspicion among potential buyers. For these reasons, it is crucial that you discuss the price with a qualified real estate agent in order to come up with a price that is fair and reasonable. Market conditions and neighborhood are some of the other factors Joe will take into consideration when determining a price. Never overlook the importance of this fact!


Mistake #2 -- Mistaking Re-finance Appraisals for the Market Value

Unfortunately, a re-finance appraisal may have been stated at an untruthfully high price. Often, lenders estimate the value of your property to be higher than it actually is in order to encourage re-financing. The market value of your home could actually be lower. Your best bet is to ask your realtor for the most recent information regarding property sales in your community. This will give you an up-to-date and factually accurate estimate of your property value.


Mistake 3# -- Failing to Showcase

In spite of how frequently this mistake is addressed and how simple it is to avoid, its prevalence is still widespread...... Full report


Mistake 4# -- Trying to "Hard Sell" While Showing 

Buying a house is always an emotional and difficult decision...... Full repot


Mistake 5# -- Trying to Sell to Lookers

A prospective buyer who shows interest because of a "for sale" sign he saw may not really be interested in your property...... Full repot


Mistake 6# -- Being Ignorant of your Rights & Responsibilities

It is extremely important that you are well-informed of the details in your real estate contract. Real estate contracts are legally binding documents, and they can often be complex and confusing...... Full repot


Mistake 7# -- Signing a Contract with No Escape

Hopefully you will have taken the time to choose the best realtor for you. But sometimes, as we all know, circumstances change...... Full repot


Mistake 8# -- Limiting the Marleting and Advertising of the Property

There are two obvious marketing tools that nearly every seller uses: open houses and classified ads...... Full repot


Mistake 9# -- Choosing the Wrong Realtor

Selling your home could be the most important financial transaction in your lifetime. As a result, it is extremely important that you select the realtor that is best for you...... Full repot

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