First impressions matter in business, but especially in real estate. Anyone walking through a home or touring it virtually will be looking for ways to pass or negotiate down on the price. Try to make sure that the HVAC, plumbing, and electrical system all work properly. Each room should look clean and decluttered. You shouldn’t have any obstructions in the way for them to tour the home.
Getting a pre-sale home inspected is never a bad idea, especially to get your client the best price for their home. Some homebuyers will feel uncomfortable purchasing a house without seeing a home inspection. Many will often hire their own inspector. It’s better to be safe than sorry.
The selling price of a home fluctuates depending on multiple factors. The most common ones are the neighborhood and what similar-sized houses are currently selling for. Also, look at the age and condition. Do major repairs need to be done? If so, that might lower the home value. The current market matters too. Like everything else, home prices vary depending on supply and demand. You can count on Yolande to give you the right data to make the best decision on the value of your home.
Typically 6%, shared between both buying and listing agent 50/50. Reach out to Yolande today for a free consultation!
Yolande is selling homes on average 2 times faster than the competition. This depends on several factors like strong negotiation, pricing your home to the market and neighborhood, and exposure to the market.
A public tax assessor gives the assessed value for a property. This assessment typically occurs yearly for taxation purposes. The fair market value is an agreed-upon price between a willing buyer and seller. There is usually a difference between the assessed value and market value. For homeowners, the assessed value is a double-edged sword. Because, if their annual assessed value increased then their yearly taxes will also be raised. On the flip side, when selling a house it can help boost its market value.