These are great tips but I do not entirely agree on the tip on pricing. While pricing your home at $199,900 is more attractive than pricing your home at $205,000, the $199,900 price is “old school” and does not consider how buyers find Spring Texas homes. Buyers search for homes at one if not several of the numerous real estate listing sites. The real estate listing sites allow buyers to search for homes in price ranges such as $150,000 to $200,000 and $200,000 to $225,000. Pricing your home at $199,900 only exposes your home to those buyers searching for homes under $200,000 and not to the buyers searching for homes at $200,000 and more.
For more home selling tips: Read – 30 things to do before putting your home on the real estate market and How to increase your list price and attract more buyers
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