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Cynthia M. Parker, Broker RE/MAX Leaders
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"Marketing Your Home For All It's Worth!"
"Marketing Your Home For All It's Worth!"

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I was just having this conversation with a client the other day. Even if you don't have kids, school ratings are an important factor for you FUTURE buyers: https://buff.ly/2Ijc2jy
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Tiny Home Plans? 5 Tips for Downsizing
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What do you get in #Parker for $450K? This---> https://buff.ly/2FiRXbK #WhatChaGetWednesday? Where do you wanna be?
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“How to Get the Most Money from The Sale of Your Home"?
Every homeowner wants to make sure they maximize their financial reward when selling their home. But how do you guarantee that you receive the maximum value for your house?
Price it a LITTLE LOW
This may seem counterintuitive, but let’s look at this concept for a moment. Many homeowners think that pricing their homes a little OVER market value will leave them with room for negotiation. In actuality, this just dramatically lessens the demand for your house (see chart below).
Instead of the seller trying to ‘win’ the negotiation with one buyer, they should price it so that demand for the home is maximized. By doing this, the seller will not be fighting with a buyer over the price but will instead have multiple buyers fighting with each other over the house.
Realtor .com gives this advice:
“Aim to price your property at or just slightly below the going rate. Today’s buyers are highly informed, so if they sense they’re getting a deal, they’re likely to bid up a property that’s slightly underpriced, especially in areas with low inventory.”
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I was just speaking in front of a business group telling them of almost $90k in appreciation in 2 years in my community. Sounded hyperbolic...ummm..nope!: . Want to figure out what this means for you? Let's chat!
Median Sold Price for Entire MLS and more
Median Sold Price for Entire MLS and more
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It's a love post...well sorta: Which Comes First… Marriage or Mortgage? - Cynthia M Parker
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New to Market!!! Call today for your private tour!:
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Every seller wants to get the best deal for their house—especially when you consider that as much as $500,000 in profit can be earned tax-free. So why not just price your house to the moon? After all, you can just bring it down later, right?

Well, there are a few problems with that. If you price high and then slowly start bringing it down…and down…and down…buyers are going to notice. It makes that home start to seem like it’s in a bargain bin. You want your home to appear like a deal, not cheapened goods. When it sits on the market for an extended time because of overpricing, buyers are going to wonder why. Would you feel urgency as a buyer if you read that a property was listed 180 days ago? Probably not.

To set a realistic price, consider these tips:

Do your due diligence. What have houses like yours sold for when the deal was made in a reasonable time? And what were the original prices of those homes?
Have an honest discussion with your real estate agent. He or she knows the area, and wants to sell your home as quickly as possible for the most competitive price. What does he or she think is reasonable?
Be an assertive seller, but don’t overplay your hand. Remember, the little extra money you hold out for may not be worth the six months or year of mortgage payments you’re stuck paying in the meantime!
Find a local RE/MAX agent who can help you price your home to sell.
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What's holding you back? 2 Major Myths Holding Back Home Buyers - Cynthia M Parker
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If you are watching or hosting...What are you doing for this years Superbowl?
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