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“Land monopoly is not only monopoly, but it is by far the greatest of monopolies; it is a perpetual monopoly, and it is the mother of all other forms of monopoly.” - Winston Churchill
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WHY SELL ?
Nancy is a believer of keeping your property if it brings income and collects value. It may be feasible to retain your existing property as an income producing asset. You may want to consider refinancing if the current rates are lower than your fixed rate. However, your situation might be different where you must sell for economical or emotional reasons. If you are firm on selling, Nancy can help you clear the highest possible dollars.
Many buyers view only new listings. Presenting your property in ideal condition from day one that it goes on the market is crucial. Staging fundamentals are: de-cluttering, de-personalizing, de-zooitizing, and de-odorizing. First impressions are shown to be very hard to change.
STAND vs BEND
The best time to compromise is when there's no chance the other person will, and the best time to stand firm is when the other person will cave. Nancy has a considerable ability to read that situation. To make the right decision focus and ask yourself and weigh in what is a fair deal in this market. Ask yourself what's your best alternative if no deal gets made. Nancy will relay your stance with firm grace yet aim to get you the highest payout possible.
When trying to sell a property on your own you have to make sure prospective buyers can find you multiple ways especially online. Think about having to show the home, market it, pay to list it and handle other aspects of the sale, including paying a broker that brings you a buyer and handling all information distributions required by law, handling the buyer, inspector, appraiser and lender. Decide if it’s worth your time, expense and skill to navigate the transaction yourself.
Houses that don't sell quickly are priced higher than its market value for the condition or neighborhood and typically sell only after several price reductions and months on the market. Sellers of overpriced homes say "eventually the right buyer willing to pay their price will come along". The truth is pricing your home hoping that one uneducated buyer will overpay is not a sound sales strategy. If a property doesn’t measure up to comparable real estate it will sit on the market.
To sell quickly your place has to be nicely renovated or in good condition, priced at market value or slightly below (doesn't mean it will sell below); or a fixer-upper priced to compensate for its condition. Properties under Nancy's watch typically go under contract within 17 days of the listing date. Today’s house hunters are eager to buy, but they are also very savvy consumers and have learned from recent past mistakes, they do their research and have a sense of home values.