Mistakes Home Sellers Make
As a San Diego Real Estate Consultant, I easily recognize “Excessive Attachment” as a mistake home sellers make. I don’t refer to it in that manner. When a seller has loved their San Diego home, has raised their family there, it is understandable, and reasonable, that they are attached. As their trusted advisor, my job is to guide the San Diego seller to a price that will cause the San Diego property to sell at the highest price and best terms.
When a San Diego house seller is exhibiting “Price Confusion,” I will give the San Diego homeowner as much time as it takes to examine, together, the facts. Presenting clear, detailed market data of current San Diego listings (the competition), pending sales (a San Diego buyer has chosen the house) and the best indicator, sold in the past six months San Diego houses. Price confusion can be a costly mistake home sellers make.
I agree with the article … the San Diego house is only worth what a ready, willing and able San Diego buyer will pay. And, our Initial Clarity Consultation will guide the San Diego seller towards a successful and profitable sale with preparation including:
1. Cost Effective Repairs
3. A Pinpoint Price Analysis of their San Diego house
Watch Out for These 5 Emotional Home Seller Mistakes
By Tara-Nicholle Nelson | Broker in San Francisco, CA
Selling a house? Gut-check against this list of common missteps.
The process of selling your home is incredibly emotional. The good news is that you’re not alone. Millions of people have fallen victim to their emotions when selling their homes. This list will help you predict — and better yet, avoid — some common home seller mistakes.