Do you know what your Boston condo or single family home is worth?
There are many factors that go into pricing. They include such considerations as the condition of a property, how good the common areas look, how well the home “shows,” the condo association’s financial state, where on the block the home is located, where in the building it is located, what percentage of the building is owner-occupied, what improvements or repairs have been made, what repairs may be coming up, how much light there is, and what the parking options are.
We've all seen ads for instant home price workups in our Facebook feeds. The problem is that the algorithm doing the pricing of your Boston home or condo doesn't know about the factors noted above, and just as importantly, doesn't have a "gut feel" based on over 30 years of experience.
I can't emphasize enough how important it is to price your Boston home or condo accurately from the start. I believe that pricing is one of the most critical decisions you can make regarding the sale of your home. Naturally, you don't want to price your property too low. Even in the current market, however, overpricing can have serious consequences.
The beginning of the marketing period is when your home or condo will attract the greatest number of motivated buyers. The goal is to capitalize on that. Time is not your friend as a seller.
Get an accurate price for your home. And I don't mean one of those automatic instant reports with bogus comparables and a bogus price. This is done by me, a Realtor with over 30 years of success and expertise, and hundreds of property sales.
Find out what your home is worth.
I look forward to helping you achieve your real estate goals.