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Make me an offer.

RE/MAX
As a homeowner, it is natural that you want to wait for an offer before lowering the price.   However, this presents a serious risk: You will likely never receive any offers, as buyers only see houses a little above what they can afford. This is explained in the graphic above.   In other words, at a high price, your property will be i
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Let's try a higher price.

RE/MAX
Trying to sell at a higher price is a common idea for almost all homeowners.   However, experience shows that most prospects are presented in the initial stage of marketing a property, as shown in the graphic above. After the initial marketing period has passed, the number of buyers that show up each month drops significantly.   Thus,
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We can lower the price later.

RE/MAX
It is common to want to go to hit the market with an inflated price, thinking that you can always lower the price later.   But listing at a price above the market value is a mistake. This is because by the time you finally accept the market price, customers will have lost their interest. Some will bid too low, and you will probably end up un
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When we show your home.

RE/MAX
Everything is going to be just fine. Remember that you have prepared your house to sell and that you have entrusted it to the best real estate Agent. Although there are not many buyers today, it is important to appear calm and collected. Here’s some things to keep in mind…   Relax - There is nothing else to do, so read a magazin
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Before each showing.

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It is very important that your house looks its best when it is shown. We are aware that it cannot be completely perfect: after all, you and your family are living in the house too. But you should develop a routine for picking up and be prepared to show the house in a short amount of time.   This means that there are a few things you must do
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