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Avoid Making These Mistakes When Selling Your Home

by John P Wells Assisting Home Buyers and Sellers in North Shore M

Selling home today is arguably more challenging than ever. Therefore, every seller should try to refrain from making mistakes that may affect the final home value or halt the sale altogether. While no home sale can ever go without a hitch, when you work with an expert realtor like John Wells and avoid the following mistakes, you can get through the hurdles with relative ease.

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Perhaps the biggest mistake home sellers make is being overly attached to their home. Too much emotional attachment can lead to seller’s remorse to buyer feedback or low offers. Sellers must keep in mind that putting a home on the market invites feedback and prospective owners may have a different preference and may want to renovate or change the entire estate. Another big mistake is overpricing the home. Not only does it drastically reduce showings, it also leads to increased days on market, low ball offers and inevitably to price cuts.

Being unrealistic about listing time can also affect your sale process. If your home ends up sitting on the market for more than 4-6 months, it would, in fact, make more sense to withdraw the property and relist since there’s a stigma attached to properties that sit on the market for long periods of time.

Understanding real-estate can seem off-putting but is actually quite simple if you work with an experienced realtor like John Wells from Newburyport. With over 12 years of experience in the industry and proficiency in everything real-estate, he can assist you to sell your home quickly and at the price you expect.


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About John P Wells Freshman   Assisting Home Buyers and Sellers in North Shore M

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Created on Aug 21st 2018 06:53. Viewed 450 times.

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