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Si su casa aún no se ha vendido… ¡Definitivamente revise el precio!

Si su casa aún no se ha vendido… ¡Definitivamente revise el precio!

El mercado de bienes raíces residencial ha estado caliente. Las ventas de las viviendas se han recuperado sólidamente y están ahora en su cuarto nivel más alto durante el último año. La demanda se ha mantenido fuerte durante la primavera ya que muchos profesionales en bienes raíces están informado guerra de ofertas con muchas casas vendiéndose por encima del precio que se pedía. ¿Qué en cuanto a su casa?

Si su casa no se ha vendido, probablemente es por el precio.

Si su casa está en el mercado y usted no está recibiendo ofertas, mire su precio. Darle un precio a su casa solo el 10 % sobre el valor del mercado disminuye drásticamente el número de posibles compradores que incluso miraran su casa. Vea la gráfica a continuación.

Si su casa aún no se ha vendido… ¡Definitivamente revise el precio! | Keeping Current Matters

En conclusion,

El mercado de la vivienda está caliente. Si usted no está viendo los resultados que quiere, siéntese con su agente y regrese a la conversación del precio.


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6 comentarios
  1. Troy Erickson
    Troy Erickson Dice:

    In this hot residential real estate market, if your home has not sold then it is certainly not priced according to the location and condition of the home. There is a shortage of inventory, and it is a seller’s market, with sales prices increasing each month. However, you still have to have your home priced according to what the market will bear.

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  2. Cynde Moen
    Cynde Moen Dice:

    I keep hearing about how ‘hot’ the market is and with multiple offers. What they don’t tell you is this is in correlation to area. There are hot areas and not so hot areas. So when sellers are seeing this and their home is not moving guess who gets in trouble, and it’s always the agents fault when a home doesn’t sell. I am sure you can relate. So in the future when an article is talking of a ‘hot’ market, be sure to say which areas those homes are located.

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      • Linda
        Linda Dice:

        The problem for most people who can’t sell their house in this “hot” market is that other people in their neighborhood sell well below market value. Then there are the foreclosures that make their properties look overpriced. There are also the brand new houses that are being built rapidly and sell for much less per square feet. I know that if I was to put my house on the market for $30,000 less than its worth, than of course it would probably sell rather quickly. However, since I currently don’t NEED to sell my house quickly, why would I want to settle for so much less…especially since I have to pay the realtors 6% and I already put at at least $15,000 into repairs and upgrades over the past 9 years?

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    • Rafael Llamas
      Rafael Llamas Dice:

      You are absolutely right, all Real Estate market activity is related to where the property is located, condition and demand. The right agent makes all the difference in the world. He or she should know exactly what the fair market value is for the home and advice the homeowner accordingly.

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