The Importance of Intelligent Pricing
The initial listing price of your San Diego home is the most significant factor affecting both the final selling price and the number of days before your home is sold.
And those first showings are critical to your success. If your home is priced at market value, you may very well get offers. And in today’s market you may well get multiple offers, leading to a price slightly over list.
But even if your house isn’t “the one” for the first buyers who visit, if it’s priced at market value those agents will be eager to bring other buyers. If it’s over priced, it will go to the bottom of the list.
What we’ve learned in today’s market is that homes priced at market value sell quickly, and often for more than the list price. Homes priced over market value often go through two or three listing agents before selling below market.
Sadly, even if you begin incrementally lowering your price and finally reach market value, that initial entry to the market will affect the number of showings you get and your final selling price. One question many buyers ask before seeing a home is “How long has it been on the market?” If that number is too high, they don’t assume that it was first listed too high. Instead, they assume there’s something wrong with the house and don’t want to see it.
The result: San Diego Homes listed over market value often sell for under market value.
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