07 Dec 11
There's no one answer to this question, as every property's different and market conditions will also affect the price your property sells for. However, here are some important facts to help you get the best price for your property.
Firstly, everybody does their research on the internet these days. Buyers are well-informed and they'll know what your property is worth -- we call this "market value".
Research shows that if you set the asking price too high above market value buyers aren't interested. They simply don't believe it's worth the price. Your property can end up on market longer and then people start wondering what's wrong with it. They start focusing on the negatives and rumours can start.
When a property's new to market, there's a flurry of initial buyer activity and lots of interest at inspections. This makes sense, as buyers are mainly on the lookout for new listings. It's critical you have the right asking price during this initial selling period, because this is when you're most likely to see competition between buyers which helps you get a higher sale price.
If the asking is price is too high at the start you can NEVER regain the level of buyer interest that occurs when the property is new to market, so you'll miss out on serious offers.
So how will we help you get the best sale price for your property?
So benefit from our expertise today - complete the form on the right of this page or call us on 4228 2555, and get the best sale price for your property.