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On the contrary - they have had a massive 2500 offers precisely because of the price !
Jonathan Clarke. http://www.buytoletmk.com
When selling a property, I think its important to consider that the only offer you get might be the best offer you get.I heard the term “The first cut is always the cheapest” this week and I think that is a pertinent observation.
Vanessa Warwick Landlord and Co-Founder of PropertyTribes.com **If you have got value from Property Tribes, find out how you can support it in remaining a free to use community resource**
Maybe everyone will shout price at me but what about the human element...
A nightmare neighbour / legal dispute?
One thing not to do, when you are desperate to sell, is to take to social media .... "This million pound property won't sell for one pound" ... not exactly a good testimonial for anyone who might consider buying it?https://propertyindustryeye.com/so-how-w...two-years/
New figures from property site Zoopla show over-pricing can more than quadruple the time it takes to shift a home, seeing sellers wait more than three months before an offer comes in.
And rather than simply "chancing your arm" to see if someone will bite at the higher price, listing too high might even see you sell for less.
Zoopla spokeswoman Laura Howard said: “Our analysis only goes to prove what every good agent already tells us - that pricing your home realistically results in a better chance of a quicker sale.
“Entering the market fresh with a price that’s too high is not just a gamble that might not pay off, it can actually be detrimental to the selling process."Full/source article
This is a pertinent topic as I have just put a rental property up for sale for the first time. I've priced it at what I believe is realistic in comparison to another optimistically priced one around the corner. I think our experiences of purchasing has taught us that purchasers & sellers need to feel a bit of a win, so that the sale is more likely to push through
For me it's about layout and room sizes. I don't want a through-lounge, something developers love. I like some seperation for rooms. A lot double fronted homes are nice to look at from the outside, but then you go inside and the rooms are so small. It doesn't help that modern sofa manufacturers are making them bigger and bigger.