Our last article considered some of the dangers associated with pricing your home in relation to other properties available for sale (i.e. those remaining unsold). This time we’ll consider pricing in relation to properties which have actually sold.
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Most property sellers will recognise the tremendous importance of ensuring that as many prospective buyers as possible see their property. After all, more viewings means more buyer competition thereby maximising your chances of securing the highest price the market will pay. However, whilst one always has to be fair, there is a lot to be said for strategic viewing! Good agents…
Many estate agents put substantial emphasis on their ability to find a buyer, and they highlight this as a primary reason to sell through them.However, we believe in going far beyond this. In many ways, finding a buyer is the easy bit! Most switched-on agents have access to most of the buyers in the market, primarily via their advertising in the press, website and portals, enabling them to build a large database of registered buyers.
Selling your property is easy. Just advertise it on line and wait for the buyers to flock to your door!! If only!
Sadly, too many estate agents rely on this approach, which inevitably results in disappointment. Indeed, in some respects finding the buyer is the easy bit, but, when you think about it, there is far more to moving than simply finding a buyer.