|determined by what a buyer is willing to pay. Through research, I will assist you in |
determining the most appropriate sales price. My customized sales and marketing
program will then target exposure to a large segment of potential buyers.
The second most important factor in the buyer's mind is location. The proximity to area
amenities and schools is typically a concern. In addition, street traffic, proximity to
expressways and public transportation are considerations.
3) Property Condition
Buyers consider the structural and mechanical integrity of your home as well as the
upkeep and cosmetic appeal. Neutral décor, including floor and wall coverings,
appliances and fixtures, offers the broadest appeal to potential buyers.
4) Market Conditions
Interest rates, competition from other properties, the economy and consumer
confidence all influence the sale of your home and are beyond your control. The best
response to these conditions is expert marketing and pricing strategy.
5) Contract Terms
The terms of the sale can make or break a contract. For instance, house sale
contingencies, closing dates and exclusions of accessories or fixtures should always
be handled clearly up front in order to avoid any confusion that could affect the sale.
When marketing and advertising are done correctly, your home will sell more quickly
and command a higher price. But every property is unique and the marketing plan
should be designed to target those buyers most likely to want your home. Special
attention should be paid to the most popular sources buyers use to find the homes
|Sandra L. Hildebrand
Cell (505) 463-0309
Office (505) 798-6300
|Helping People on the MOVE
Residential, Land and Commercial