The most important decision you make when listing your Boston condo or home for sale is how to price it.Even in this sellers' market, overpricing your property has serious consequences.To understand how best to price a residential property, I find relevant homes and condos that have sold, are pending, or are available. These properties being studied are known as comparables.While I analyze similarities or differences in neighborhood, square footage, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, and more, this process also considers the type of building a unit is located in, its placement within the building, renovations that have been done, how much light there is, how high the ceilings are, what parking options there are, how the local real estate market is currently behaving, and more.Your home will attract the most motivated buyers as soon as it goes on market. If its priced too high, you will not get those serious buyers in tosee it. If you don't get those folks in, that's a serious problem.I have been making these analyses for more than two decades. Whether your property is located in BostonsSouth End,Back Bay,Beacon Hill,South Boston,Waterfront,North End,oranyof the core downtown neighborhoods or surrounding communities, I can give you good advice on pricing.In the past 12 months, my listings have sold for an average of 103% of their asking price, with 4 median days on market until an offer was accepted.What is your property worth?In my 25 years in the Boston real estate market, Ive made it my priority to develop anextensive knowledge of the city, neighborhoods, buildings, people, and the many issues involved in the local real estate market.Doyou have questions about buying or selling Boston real estate?Please call me at617-584-9790, or email me by clicking the blue button below.
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