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The San Antonio real estate market is at it’s best! San Antonio home availability hit a six year low at 4.6 months of inventory. These homes are being sold at 97% of list price with more sellers seeing multiple offers. The average days on market is 70 days which is 15 days fewer than in 2012 and average home prices are up 7%. It’s time to sell! We understand that home buying is an investment and when selling your home you should almost always come out on top. If you are nervous about selling your home it’s ok. This is typically a stressful time especially if you have become attached to your home or neighborhood. So what makes selling your home less stressful? A great sales plan!
Having the best sales plan for your home or property can only be initiated with an experienced real estate agent. You will need to consult with an agent that has a proven track record in home listings for your area. You will want to act fast! Many times in the home market prices fluctuate. If you wait too long you could find yourself on the losing end of selling your home. Many times there will be more than one home in your neighborhood for sale. It’s important that you understand how your home compares to others in your area.
What to consider when pricing your home for sale:
Compare apples to apples
If your neighbors home sold quickly make sure you understand how and why this was accomplished. What features did the home include compared to yours. What price per square foot did the home start at and sell for? Make sure you understand how your home equally compares to other available homes in your area. CLICK HERE FOR A FREE HOME VALUE & EVALUATION REPORT!
The past is the past
Don’t go back in time when it comes to pricing your home. Understanding the current prices will give you be best chance in setting the correct price for your home. Your real estate agent will understand pricing for the given market period so do trust his or her’s recommendation when pricing your home.
Sentimental value means nothing
Getting caught up in the past memories of your time and items in the home should never play a role in what your home is priced at. Buyers will never care about your memories and will solely be focused on building their own.
The car salesman approach won’t work
Starting high to allow room for negotiations during the selling of your home will but you at a huge disadvantage because majority of home buyers ignore overpriced homes. Dealing with unresonable sellers is never a fun experience, plus, homes that sit unsold will leave buyers wondering ‘what’s wrong with a house.’
Cost of home upgrades
A remodeled home or even just a newly redone kitchen should increase your home’s value, but you should never price these upgrades at their actual value. Some of your upgrades could be worth more than what you paid based on what overall value it brings to your home. Your realtor will be able to offer better insight on how to calculate the best pricing on your upgrades in your home. It could be more than you paid or less. Learn how my professional staging helps sell your home. CLICK HERE FOR A FREE HOME VALUE & EVALUATION REPORT!
Watch out for unreliable sources
Websites that tell you how much your home is worth are abundant across the web. When it comes to what you price your home at comes down to many factors including all of the topics covered in this article blog. Again, understanding what homes in your area are listing and selling for matter most but you must remember to compare apples to apples. The best and the most successful Realtors can provide you with the most accurate home estimates based on your market.
-CLICK HERE FOR A FREE HOME VALUE & EVALUATION REPORT! Your Keller Williams agent knows what it takes to get the most out of your home. From home staging, online approach and strategic marketing your home is in good hands with Team Kristen Schramme. Call Now! 210-391-7323