Selling your home is an emotional experience. You’ve spent years of your life transforming this building into a home for your family and have filled it with memories. Now, you’re allowing strangers to traipse through your home and judge everything from the bathroom fixtures to the cabinet handles. It’s no wonder that most real estate agents make sure their client is out of the house during a showing.
When you hear that a potential buyer thinks your home is worth thousands or even tens of thousands less than you expected, it’s natural to feel disappointed and even a little insulted. Before you put your home on the market there are strategies you can use to help buyers realize your home’s true value and avoid those low balls that can be so disheartening.
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