Price Is The Determining Factor In The Sale Of A West LA Home

Price Is The Determining Factor In The Sale Of A West LA Home

Pricing A Home To Sell

Fairy tales and overly-optimistic assurance will Not sell your house, but EFFORT will.

A sign in your yard will Not sell your house, Proper Counseling will.

If you are placing your house on the market, be certain it is ON THE MARKET.

If you want your house “listed for sale”, over price it.

If you want it SOLD, PRICE IT RIGHT!

 

1. Seller and Realtors are not appraisers – Buyers are…

…and they make their evaluation by comparing your property with others which offer similar features and are in similar condition to yours. Condition and Price are the most important criteria

 

2. The Buyer does not yet have an emotional attachment to your home.

Sellers speak of value, amount invested and what they “can afford to take”. Buyers consider only price, condition, and other competitive properties.

 

3. Your house will sell because it is priced competitively in today’s market.

Not because it is yours.

 

4. Over-pricing causes your home to get stale on the market.

Buyers and other Realtors begin to wonder what is wrong with it. Why hasn’t it sold?

 

5. Be sure you have accurate information about recent sales in your neighborhood.

Don’t let pricing rumors influence your decision to price your home realistically in today’s market.

 

6. Any house unsold after 90 days on the market was most likely overpriced…

…for it’s condition in today’s market. The present market might be weak or strong, but the present market is the ONLY one that affects properties for sale today.

 

7. The agent who suggests the highest price for your home may not be the most qualified to sell it.

Select your sales agent for their professionalism, track record and the rapport established between you.

 

Sell Your Home w/ Simple Staging Solutions

Staging can help you highlight selling features that may otherwise be overlooked by buyers.

If you’re looking to sell your Santa Monica, Brentwood or West Los Angeles home quickly and get top dollar—staging your real estate property effectively can help you get results. That means presenting your home in its best and most appealing light to the majority of home buyers.

Staging your home for sale is not hard or costly and many homeowners find it difficult to see their home objectively after they’ve grown attached to the property.

An easy way to see effectively staged homes is to visit decorated models. Decorating a model is expensive, but builders are willing to invest the cost because they understand just how well a staged home sells. You too can profit from this knowledge.

Below is a great article on some simple steps and helpful tips for staging your Santa Monica, Brentwood, or West Los Angeles home for immediate sale.

Simple Staging Solutions Article

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12 Tips For Hiring Best Real Estate Agent

12 tips for hiring the best real estate agent to assure maximum success.

  1. Interview two full-time agents just as you would hiring an attorney or physician
  2. Do not hire your good friend, relative or neighbor as a favor or out of guilt
  3. Do not select an agent based on the price they suggest to list your property
  4. Do not hire an agent who is not experienced in the Santa Monica, Brentwood and West LA areas
  5. Ask for a list of references with phone numbers or emails
  6. Find out how the agent prepares your property for marketing
  7. Ask for a detailed marketing and advertising plan
  8. Check out the agent’s personal website and visit the agent’s office
  9. Compare the agent’s track record including their sales success ratio
  10. Find out what staff or team support the agent provides
  11. Inquire about the agents pricing strategy
  12. Be sure the agent you select has your needs and best interest at heart

If you are considering a sale of your property, and would like a complimentary copy of our “How To Select an Agent” guidelines, please contact Gary Limjap at (310) 586-0339 or by email.