When a homeowner decides, he is ready and willing to sell his home, he must examine, using the utmost degree, of objective introspective, why he has decided to do so, and what he wants to achieve/ accomplish (his personal objectives). In my, over a decade, as a Real Estate Licensed Salesperson, in the State of New York, I have determined, there are a wide variety of reasons, but, in the vast majority of instance, these fall into 4 specific categories. With that in mind, this article will briefly attempt to review, examine and consider, 4 objectives of most home sellers.

1. Best possible price: Obviously, when one sells his house, he hopes to receive the highest, best possible, price, for it! However, to do so, requires a strategy and focus, and the realization and recognition, the listing and selling prices, might be considerably different entities, in certain instances. These sellers should have a thorough discussion with their real estate professional, to come to a meeting of the minds, to determine what price to list, the house at, and the reasoning. strategic purposes. Depending on many factors, setting the price, right/ correctly, from the start, generally, garners the best price. This does not mean, merely setting a high price, because there are many instances, where doing so, may do harm, to the final result. Smart homeowners have a complete discussion, before they proceed!

2. Shortest period of time: There’s many reasons, getting the home sold, in a relatively short period of time, is beneficial to a homeowner. Studies indicate, in the vast majority of cases, the best, selling price, is generally offered, in the first few weeks, because, that is when, it is perceived, the house is hot! Many potential buyers tend to wonder, if a house is great, why didn’t it sell, sooner! Generally, this occurs, when the listing price is higher than it should be! In addition, one should understand the opportunity – cost of money, because a homeowner must continue paying the costs associated with the house, until it closes (including taxes, utilities, mortgage payments, upkeep, etc). One should also understand the longer the process lingers, the greater, the stresses and inconveniences!

3. Best terms: Often, price is not the only factor involved. Some buyers might put more money down, while others might be willing to waive contingencies, such as for receiving a mortgage, etc. The fewer the contingencies, the less might go wrong!

4. Least hassle: When homeowner and agent, have a complete conversation, and share strategy and process ideas and considerations, there will generally be less hassle. Understand, often, the process of selling one’s house, is a tense period of time!

Professional, quality real estate agents, recognize, understand, and fully examine and consider, the seller’s objectives, and do everything possible, to provide the best possible service and advice. Will you be guided accordingly?



Source by Richard Brody

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