Relax and have fun or how to sell real estate profitably and quickly
Every year, you get wiser when you talk about real estate. I've recently realized one thing. Flipping through Internet sites and Bulletin boards, I found a lot of objects on the market, which you were in a year, two, or even three years ago, and now they are advertised either by the owners themselves, or other real estate agencies. The question arises, why did I not win the owner over when I was invited to view certain real estate objects? What did I do wrong?
The answer as it turned out is very simple.
When we go to a meeting that involves an initial consultation on the real estate market and, most importantly, an assessment of the object, many owners perceive that we are interested in lowering the price and selling quickly. This is due to the fact that taking an object into operation and evaluating it, we make an assessment based on the objects being implemented in the immediate environment and today. And not those that are displayed on the Internet and on Bulletin boards.
And this is the right price.
You can ask for millions, and at what price were sold objects in the immediate environment, this is the real price of today's market.
I often find that when selling an object, the cost is formed based on what you need to buy in return. I understand this perfectly, but it is unrealistic. You can not sell a one-room apartment in Rostov-on-don and buy three rooms even in an ordinary panel house in Moscow on Leningradka. On the contrary, no problem. You can buy not only a one-room apartment, but a private house and a car for your spouse) And this is the right price.
The market is unpredictable now and will continue to change faster and faster.
Therefore, only professional players who sell and know exactly the price of Your property are in the clip.
P.S. Listen to market professionals. They will not wish you harm. And always sell at a favorable price for you, taking into account market changes!
With respect to the realization of Your desires !
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