How To Get the Price You Want (and Need)

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When you decide to sell your home,  setting your asking price is one of the most important decisions you will make. Depending on how a buyer finds your home, price is in most cases the first thing he or she sees. Many homes are discarded by prospective buyers for being in the appropriate price range before these homes are given a chance to be shown. And if you want to realize the most money you can from your home's sale, it is imperative you follow these critical steps.

Pricing Strategy Starts with Good Information Preferably from Your Realtor:

Because this is not as easy as it sounds, your pricing strategy should not be taken lightly. Pricing too high can be as costly to a home seller as pricing too low. Taking a look at what homes in your neighborhood have sold for is only a small part of the process.  However, arming yourself with the best information and research will give you an excellent starting point.

1. It is important for you to understand HOW buyers look for a home;

2. It is unwise to assume that a higher asking price will net you higher selling price;

3. An overpriced home could languish on the market for months, labeling your home as a "troubled" house;

4. You are greatly inconvenienced having your home in constantly "showing" condition - for nothing!

5. A home priced correctly at market value based on a thourough analysis of other homes usually sells within a reasonable time-frame and very close to the asking price.

6Right now we are experiencing a "seller's market" and awell-priced home sells FAST WIT MULTIPLE OFFERS! Your fully esperienced knowledgable Realtor will help you with a Comprehensive correct Market Analysis, a CMA.  Without this valuable "tool" you will most likely be unsuccessful.

7. A sharp, fully experienced with distressed markets and well-informed Realtor knows HOW to get your home sold in the shortest amount of time.

8. Be very careful in choosing your Realtor as it can cost you much if you make a mistake. In taking your time and checking the credentials of the person representing you, you will make sure that you have a successful close of escrow.

I hope to see you in escrow.

Erika Kay, Owner/Broker

Erika M. Kay, Broker/Owner, Property Manager
Short Sale & Foreclosure Specialist (NARSFR)
SRES (Senior Real Estate Specialist)
Certified e-PRO

Independent Broker Consultants
1655 E 6th St. Ste A-1, Corona, CA, 92879
Office: 951-734-6447 - Direct: 951-545-3786
E-mail: - Website:
CAL BRE #008047509

Erika Kay
Real Estate Broker/Owner
I am here to help. Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
  • Office: 1.800.771.6447
  • Direct: 1.951.545.3786
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  • 1655 E. 6th St., Ste A-1
    Corona, CA, 92879
  • Short Sale & Foreclosure
    Specialist (NARSFR)
  • Government Home Sale
    Professional (GHSP)
  • SRES (Senior Real Estate Specialist)
  • Certified e-PRO
  • Cal Bre # 00804509
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