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Price

Pricing your home for sale is vital: pricing it too high scares buyers off and pricing it too low loses you money. Before full internet exposure of homes for sale and the application of technology and artificial intelligence to the real estate market this was likely true, but not anymore.

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Protect

Protecting your home’s value starts the day you move in— until the day you sell, including knowing which remodeling projects create your greatest return-on-investment and how to time the real estate market so you sell at the top and not at the bottom.

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Prepare

Preparing your home for sale first requires knowing the qualities of homes buyers in your neighborhood most desire and which ones create the greatest return-on-investment for you. Here’s the problem: you ask a realtor what they think you should do to prepare your home for sale and all you get is one person’s opinion.

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Promote

Promoting your home for sale must trigger an immediate emotional response in your potential buyers to succeed. Your primary component for triggering your buyer’s emotions are the precise and purposeful photos you present in your advertising.

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Profit

This is quite unfair to the buyers, as you likely know more about their options than they or their realtor do at this moment of negotiation. You are seeing essentially the buyer’s best options and your very closest competition, along with the relevant information answering your negotiation questions.

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Places

134 exclusive neighborhoods know exactly what home buyers want and how much they’ll pay to get it. Now so do you.

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