Friday, February 14, 2020 / by Vinny Steo
1. Price correctly from the get-go
Don’t start out too high-priced just to test the waters because your backup plan of adjusting on the fly may prove pointless. The first 30 days a home is on the market are when it gets the most attention from potential buyers and their agents.
2. Fix earlier pricing mistakes
If you've already made the pricing mistake of not following the tip above, consider taking the home off the market and repositioning it for later entry. You can make some relatively simple cosmetic improvements such as new paint and landscaping and then list it again but at the right price.
3. Looks do matter&nb ...