SOLD! strategies to get seller's top of market value

Dated: October 26 2020

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Inventory's down, demand is high, so pricing your home to sell should be simple. Yes , most listings have at least 2 or more offer's and that drives the price up( supply & demand) right?  Multiple offer's do not automatically mean above list price and that one rogue offer $20,000 above list, likely won't appraise, causing the deal to fall apart halfway through escrow, forcing you to put it back on market and hope you get close to list price this time. A property priced well will likely sell in 1 week, multiple offers, closing at or slightly above list price. 2 of my 3 listings https://youtu.be/2cO4Jh3WZxs I recently sold were listed at the very top of their markets , multiple offers and sold for list price ; the 3rd one sold $7000 above list and all were on market a week or less. 

The strategy is different for every home and every market and I can sell your home for top dollar too, call me to discuss.

Karen Funk 916-549-7196

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Karen Funk

I have been in Real Estate since 2005 and I really enjoy getting to know people, providing a warm, friendly, knowledgeable experience to all your real estate transactions; buying, selling or investing....

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