Eric and I get asked this question regularly.
Our experience over the years is that properties that are clean, in a good state of repair, well-priced and that show well sell in all kinds of markets. Other properties that need some TLC and may not be properly priced may find it necessary to lower their asking prices, just to get attention, let alone serious interest.
We have helped many buyers find just such ''TLC'' properties in this complex over the years.
Likewise, we have been able to protect the equity of many sellers by working closely with them as we get the property ready for the market.
Many small things go into making the home ready for showing condition, but some sellers forget to address these matters up front or say they'll negotiate the deficiency into the price. Both strategies tend to burn a hole in the seller's pocket, and we are usually able to demonstrate the folly of that approach.
And when you notice a new listing go up in the area, you'll also notice that another one tends to pop up soon after. Why is that? Well, market forces tend to work in a way that no one seller dominates the market, meaning if there is going to be competition with your listing, you'll want to make sure you have the Vani Team's big guns on your side!
So if you are considering selling in the next month or so, this is a great time to give the Vani Team a call.
We welcome your feedback!