Once we know the true condition of the home and have completed the home preparation plan, we recommend touring at least five homes that a buyer is likely to consider.
Pricing is a big deal. Make the effort and take the time to go and see the homes you are up against through a buyer’s eyes. There is a difference between looking at homes on paper and experiencing them in person.
The home tour is important, take notes. Use our Home Comparison Matrix to objectively rate the features and condition of each home against your own.
After the tour, we compare evaluations and develop a pricing strategy likely to beat the competition. Understanding the competition also offers additional insight if a buyer cites other homes during the negotiation process.