How Do I Set The Price On My House?

 

While this video simplifies things to help you remember when selling your Fort Lauderdale or Pompano Beach house, your aim is to get the best price AND terms in your market during the period you’re selling.

Market conditions, interest rates and competition all matter.

The price you want, and the price a buyer will pay are framed by those complex conditions So pricing isn’t completely predictable.

Other factors include:

  • How your home compares to other homes for the same buyers
  • The inventory of homes and the level of buyer demand

Your needs also affect negotiations – for example, if you must sell quickly – but the final price will be determined by the market not by your needs.

Buyers look at the same comparables and market conditions and they want to pay as little as possible while meeting their needs.

Remember that the price isn’t the entire deal – repairs, closing, points, appliances and other factors can all change the value you finally receive. Listen to your broker, stay informed, be patient if you can and make your best reasonable, unemotional decisions.

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Why Use A REALTOR®

 

A state license is required to sell real estate. But roughly half of those licensed take the additional step of becoming a REALTOR®.

As we show you in this video, only members of the National Association of Realtors – NAR – are entitled to use that registered trademark and call themselves a REALTOR®.

As members, they adhere to a strict Code of Ethics and have access to classes, seminars and certification. Their aim is to be experts in their community aware of real estate trends and local and neighborhood issues. They apply that expertise to help buyers and sellers succeed.

You can find a certified REALTOR® in Fort Lauderdale or Pompano Beach by looking in local sources, asking around or searching here: http://www.realtor.com/realestateagents

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How Do I Make A Home Ready To Sell?

 

Thinking about selling your home in the Fort Lauderdale or Pompano Beach areas?

As we show you in this video, start several months before the property is made available.

Look through the eyes of a buyer:

  • What needs to be cleaned?
  • Repainted?
  • Repaired?
  • Or tossed?

Ask yourself – or a friend If you were buying this house what would you want to see?

The goal is to show a home that looks good, makes the most of its assets, like space and location, and attracts as many buyers and as much demand as possible.

Allow yourself enough lead time – not just a day or two – to make the most of the sale.

Lastly, get help from a real estate agent early in the process.

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What Should I Look Out For During The Final Walk-Through?

 

About to close on a home in the Fort Lauderdale or Pompano Beach area?

Well, as this story shows, this will likely be the first opportunity to examine the house without furniture giving you a clear view of everything.
Check the walls and ceilings carefully as well as any work the seller agreed to do in response to the inspection.

Any problems discovered previously that you find uncorrected should be brought up prior to closing. It is the seller’s responsibility to fix them.

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What Are “Home Warranties”, And Should I Consider Them?

 

Whether you are buying a new home or an older home in the Fort Lauderdale or Pompano Beach area, a Home Warranty maybe a good idea.

You’ll see some pictures in this video to help you remember later, but essentially, home warranties offer you protection for a specific period of time, such as one year, against potentially costly problems like unexpected repairs on appliances or home systems which are not covered by homeowner’s insurance.

Warranties are becoming more popular because they offer protection during the time immediately following the purchase of a home a time when many people find themselves cash-strapped.

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Is An Older Home A Better Value Than A New One?

 

Trying to decide between buying an older home versus a new home in the Fort Lauderdale area? Well, as this story shows, there isn’t a definitive answer to this question. You should look at each home for its individual characteristics.

Generally, older homes may be in more established neighborhoods offer more ambiance and have lower property tax rates. People who buy older homes, however shouldn’t mind maintaining their home and making some repairs.

Newer homes tend to use more modern architecture and systems are usually easier to maintain and may be more energy-efficient. People who buy new homes often don’t want to worry initially about upkeep and repairs.

At All Florida Title we care about helping you stay informed throughout your real estate transaction. Have questions? Give us a call at at 954-566-2200.

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