How Do I Price My Home for Sale?

Selling your home can be a stressful, difficult process. You want to get a good price for your home, but you don’t want it to sit on the market forever. So how do you figure out the value of your home?

How Real Estate Pricing Works

The sale price of a home is determined by comparing current home values in your area. Pricing a home for sale requires in-depth research, experience, and a working knowledge of current market conditions. This task is typically performed by a real estate professional, though the homeowner will have their say in the asking price before it is finalized.

Eiting Real Estate offers FREE home evaluations for homeowners who are considering selling their home. If you’re ready to place your home on the market, or if you’re deciding whether or not now is the time to sell, get a free home valuation from Eiting Real Estate.

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Tips for Getting a Higher Sale Price for Your Home

When your home is evaluated to determine the asking price for sale, there are a few things you can do to encourage a higher valuation.

  • Clean: A clean appearance makes the property more desirable.
  • De-Clutter: The tidier your home, the better the odds of a higher valuation.
  • Curb Appeal: The outside of your home is the first thing people see. If it makes a good first impression, you may get a better price.

Want to learn more about the home buying process?

Eiting Real Estate is happy to help you through the process and answer any additional questions you have. With our personal touch, you can rest assured that you’re in good hands.

We also offer free Competitive Market Analysis and In-Home Staging Estimates.

Call us at 419-629-2623 or email Info@SoldByEiting.com to arrange a one-on-one meeting.

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