Tuesday, January 19, 2021 / by Ron Margolis - The Margolis Team
1. Picking the wrong agent. Pick someone with experience who knows the market and has comprehensive marketing knowledge to highlight your property in the best light. You also want someone who is a great communicator, not only with you but also with other agents.
“You’ve got to be level-headed as a seller.”
2. Overpricing the property. Consumers are more savvy these days than ever. They can get all of their information online to get a much better idea of what your home is actually worth. If it’s overpriced, they will know and many may not even come and look at the home. That may lead to a stale listing which can lead to lower offers and price adjustments.
3. Only considering the highest offer. The ...