There are certain factors that are within our control and some factors beyond our control when it comes to setting the price.
Those factors within our control are: the appearance of the property, how aggressively we market the property and the price.
Factors outside our control are: location of property, size and local amenities. It’s important to accept those factors that are beyond our control and focus on the pricing and preparation. A property priced at market value will attract more buyers than a home priced above market value.
Consider that a competitively priced property will also attract a greater number of potential buyers and increase your opportunity for a quick sale.
Although there are many good reasons for you to buy a home, wealth building ranks among the top of the list. We call home ownership the best “accidental investment” most people ever make. But, we believe when it is done right, home ownership becomes an “intentional investment” that lays the foundation for a life of financial security and personal choice. There are solid financial reasons to support your decision to buy a home, and, among these, equity buildup, value appreciation, and tax benefits stand out.