Consider the following...
- Homes are purchased by comparison and you have only one property to show.
- The average homeowner overprices his home but eventually accepts a price lower
than market value. A REALTOR® can objectively price the home based on
actual comparable sales.
- It is difficult for a seller to create rapport with a buyer because no relationship has
been established. In some cases, an adversarial position occurs because there
is no third party negotiator
- You may hear conflicting suggestions regarding the sale of your home from
well- intentioned friends. A REALTOR® can see the entire picture and offer
advice based on a wide range of experiences.
- A REALTOR® can offer expert advice to sell the home quickly by preparing the
home prior to placing it on the market.
- Your method of attracting buyers is a sign in the yard and an ad in the paper,
but REALTORS® have many proven methods of promoting your property.
- The average prospect isn't likely to freely discuss his likes and dislikes with a
homeowner but will with a REALTOR®. This is a necessary step in the decision-
- It is difficult for you to follow-up with prospects who have seen your home
because it might be interpreted as anxiety to sell, which could give the
impression you will take less for your home.
- Is it the highest and best use of your time to try to sell your home or would
you be more productive at your chosen profession?
- The Multiple Listing Service is considered to be one of the most
effective tools in exposing a home to the market- place. Do you feel you can get
the highest price for your home without MLS?
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