Thursday, February 20, 2014

Do You Have to Drop the Price?

As the seller, it is only reasonable that you would like to get the most money for your house. Is your house not selling? This may be due to several different factors such as economy, competition, location, and fewer demands. These factors are beyond your control however, there is one thing that you can have power over and that is your asking price.

It is maybe the time to drop your asking price if your house has been in the market longer than the others with house features similar as yours. If the average number of days to sell a house in your area is 15 days and your house has been sitting for 25 days already, the price may be affecting your buyers’ interest. Do not let your house sit for much longer otherwise; buyers will think that there is something wrong with it.

Drop the price if you are following a tight deadline. Some people find the need to sell their house quickly if they are relocating, have already purchased a new home, and or facing foreclosure. If you happen to be in a similar situation, you can amp the buyers’ interest by dropping the price. Selling a house is not about how much money you make as the owner but it is how much money the buyers are willing to spend for your house.

Drop the price if you need to sell your house as is. If the reason for selling your house is financial hardship, it is more likely that you cannot afford to pay for a few upgrades. Fresh paint, new kitchen counter top, or new water heating system in the bathroom can go a long way in getting more buyers. Buyers are unlikely to pay for a home which is less presentable than the other comparable.

Do you need to sell as is? Do you need a quick turnaround time? Can’t afford to lose more money? If your answer is YES to all of these; then you need to sell your house to Lucas Properties.

You don’t have to drop the price. Lucas Properties, a private investor, offers a fair cash price based on the marketplace and your house’s condition. 

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