Price with Internet browsing in mind (this is important).
Once you find yourself with a price you’re happy with, it’s time to fine-tune it. Keep shoppers’ online search parameters firmly in mind—small differences in your price can spell a big difference in your exposure.
If you price your home at $300,000, you could miss out on a whole lot of people who are searching in the $250,000–$299,999 price range. So if you’re on the cusp, consider rounding down $1000 to capture more eyeballs. The more buyers see your property online, the better chances they’ll want to take a look at it. The more people that come to see your home, the more you increase your chances of selling at a great price. (source: Realtor.com). Time to sell your home? Call today for an over the phone consultation 323-717-2272
Posted on September 28, 2018 at 4:50 pm Steven Galindo