Home Sellers

In the current market conditions, there is no doubt that selling a home is a tough proposition. The high amount of inventory available, coupled with the lack of consumer confidence that is holding back buyers, is stacking the odds against home sellers.

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What can you do to successfully sell your home in 2012? Work with a real estate agent that can skillfully guide you through the process. As a REALTOR-ASSOCIATE® that specializes in Central New Jersey, my goal is to get your house sold for the most amount of money, in the least amount of time, and with the least amount of hassle.

How can you successfully sell your home when so many other sellers are seeing their homes languishing on the market? Pay attention to the three “P”s and you give yourself the best chance of completing a fulfilling sale.

  • Pricing: The most important consideration for selling your home in 2012 has to be pricing. Overpriced properties in Central New Jersey are not selling. Setting too high of an asking price will not only prolong the process, it may result in no sale at all. Regardless of the market conditions, properly priced homes will sell.
  • Presentation: Why does one house sell while a similar house down the street doesn’t? Because properly staged homes will draw more offers, and better offers, than those that don’t show well. With the number of houses on the market exceeding the current levels of demand, you need to give yourself an advantage against the competition. Performing simple repairs, removing clutter, and maintaining a clean house will make your home more attractive to buyers than the other options they are considering.
  • Promotion: When you decide to sell your house, proper marketing is crucial. When listing your home with Prudential, you take advantage of the best promotion available. Our marketing strategies represent the cutting edge in online promotion.

Thinking about selling your house? Contact me for a free Market Analysis: patric@pspreal.com
Find out what homes have been selling for in your neighborhood and what the current list prices are for your potential competition.