In every real estate deal, one of the most important factors is the value of the home being sold or purchased. Overpricing a home could result in weeks or months on the market. Undervaluing means you don’t get what you should have for the sale of your home. As a buyer, you can miss out on a home or pay too much. Contact us to find out your home’s true market value or for help finding the right home for you at the best price.



What is your current home actually worth?

With so many factors impacting a home’s value, it’s not enough to price your home based upon what the others in your neighborhood are listed at. Square footage, lot size, view, updates, and so much more can influence the selling price. The home price trends in your neighborhood are important too. Are prices trending up or down? Last years home sales might not be a perfect indicator of today values.

Should I list my house high or low for the best sale price?

This is a tricky question. Listing high can bring in different buyers who may offer asking price in a competitive market, but if you’re too high, it may limit the number of potential buyers and result in no offers. Listing low can be seen as a great deal and often drive up your sale price with multiple bids. However, listing too low can often scare buyers away who think it’s too good to be true or that something is wrong with the house. Deciding what price to list is at should be a two-way conversation between you and your agent. Contact us to build a game-plan of how to sell at top dollar.

Complete the form below and we’ll contact you to set up for a free, no-obligation, home valuation. Pricing your home right up front can save you time and put more money in your pocket.