Danbury Real Estate Blog

There are several hings to come into play when you decide to sell your home in the Greater Danbury area You, the seller, have to make the decision to where we should list the house for, in terms of the asking price. As an experienced real estate agent in the area, I have seen clients tyr to shoot themselves in the foot by either testing the market at a value at this unrealistically high or think their house is actually worth less than what it should be.

So how exactly do we come to the setting your sales price

-Evaluating Your Property:Each home is different. You have your own positive features that might attract a certain buyer. You may have some potential challenging issues that may be to be reflected upon in the asking price. I will generally need to see your home,  take some pictures/notes and get back to you about setting an appointment to narrow down a price.

-Detailed Review Of Current Active Properties And Those Under Deposit: We will see what the other homes have to offer,. How long have they  been on the market for. Have the sellers had to reduce their price? What condition are they in? If they've been trying to sell for a long time, it doesn't matter what their current price is,we need to see we can do for you.

-Consideration of Those Which Have Sold: We ill carefully review the sold homes. For example, how does their space & condition compare? When did they sell & did they have to adjust their asking price. Do you have things that you don't have or vice versa? Look at what has sold in the last 6 months, and specially in the last 90 days, as that is what buyer's agent will use when advising on a bidding strategy & bank appraisers will use when we get to that point in the sales process.

-Market conditions and your time frame/motivation: Only you know how motivated your are to sell. The market does tell us how things are going. I can read market activity by experience & can give you an idea of after how many showings & days on the market that an acceptable offer should come in. We can also discuss where you can to end up after negotiations on a price.

If you are considering selling selling your home in the Greater Danbury,CT area, please contact me for a personal appointment at 203-417-0523 or send me an email.You can also get a free, no obligation automated price opinon on my website. I look forward to hearing from you. 
Posted by Jonathan Hall on November 23rd, 2018 3:37 PM
Moving can be a scary process. It's tough to leave where you have set up roots, whether owning your home for over 20 years or moved in just about five years ago. There's a new journey ahead of you; whether across the country or into a larger home for  your growing family.

The actual selling part of your home may be a little challenging, especially if you haven't been active in the real estate market recently. You need to partner with an experienced local real estate expert to help you get the most out of house out. Your housing expert should provide ongoing updating the marketing, communication on the offer and guiding you on the steps to the closing table.  There may be surprises that could come up along the way, but some of which could be good or possibly negative. You could possibly get multiple offers, which allows the home owner to select the most qualified buyer. In the inspection process, the inspector might find a few issues with the condition of the house that you might not be aware of that the home buyer possibly could ask you to address. As an experienced listing agent, I can guide you on how to handle any situation or request that comes up, but it is ultimately your decision as the home owner.

Sometimes sellers have expressed additional concerns about moving. They sometimes mention they have no where to go if they sell, Other sellers wonder if the buyer that they are thinking of accepting have been approved for their mortgage. Sellers are often wondering when they should move out or sign a lease for an apartment to live in once they sell. As a trusted real estate expert in the Danbury, I can answers to these questions and more that you may have. If you are thinking of selling your home, please contact me-Jonathan Hall, a Realtor with William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty, directly on my cell phone 203-417-0523.  I look forward to easing your nerves about selling your home. 
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Posted by Jonathan Hall on March 9th, 2018 12:22 PM


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