Why I Blog about How to Sell Your Home FAST
I’ve been away for awhile with my son in the hospital for over 3 weeks. While gone, I asked myself why I blog about how to sell your home FAST.
In real estate, EVERYTHING matters when it comes down to how to sell your home FAST if you want to keep more of your own money. Unfortunately a large percentage of agents who actively sell real estate don’t really have a plan for that to happen.
There are only 3 ways to sell your home fast (if it sells at all):
- Price it right to get multiple offers
- Stage it with the right arrangement and accessories to attract the most buyers
- Choose the right Realtor that consistently sells homes fast
I believe the Realtor you hire will determine the results you get. Most sellers think like the average Realtor…just put the house on the market and it will sell immediately, with multiple offers and for some insane amount of money. Will it?
The average Johnson County house for sale
Fact of the matter is, about 30% of the houses that come on the market never sell. The average days on the market in Johnson County is over 50 days. The list price to sale price averages around 97%. That means if you’re selling a $400,000 house, you might be on the market for almost 2 months. Your final list price to sale price might be around $388,000. How would that make you feel?
Or what if?
What if you really did sell immediately, with multiple offers and for some insane amount of money? For example, my house at 12703 High Drive did sell the first day on the market, with multiple offers and for $415,000 CASH. That was the lowest of the offers we received but it was cash with a 2 week close.
Had that house been average, my sellers might still be on the market. We’d probably be into our 2nd or 3rd price reduction by now and they would have ended up selling for around $388,000. Instead, they did everything right and instead of losing $12,000 on the sale, they gained $15,000*. (*We did reduce the price a bit to accommodate some repairs that needed to be done). That’s a difference of $27,000 between the average agent and someone like me who cares about your money and has a plan to help you keep it.
Why do I blog about how to sell your home fast?
EVERYTHING in real estate affects your money. The most important thing you can do to sell your home fast is choose the right agent who has a proven plan to make it happen. It all comes down to the Realtor you choose.
My Fast Sale Visual Marketing Plan is designed and works to sell your home fast so you keep more of your own money. Isn’t your money important to you?
As I said, it’s your money and if you want to keep more of it when selling your home, call me at (913) 515-3250 and let’s see if what I do for others will work for you, too! Or if you’re not selling but have an opinion, scroll to the bottom and leave a comment. I appreciate your thoughts!
Today’s New Listings – Homes for Sale in Overland Park
$239,000 : 10205 Melrose Street, Overland Park4 beds, 2 bathsListed with Kansas City Regional Homes Inc
$624,950 : 2413 W 180th Street, Overland Park4 beds, 3.1 bathsListed with Rodrock & Associates Realtors
$575,950 : 2421 W 180th Street, Overland Park4 beds, 3 bathsListed with Rodrock & Associates Realtors
$979,950 : 16129 Paradise Street, Overland Park4 beds, 4.1 bathsListed with BHG Kansas City Homes
$500,000 : 5100 W 96 Street, Overland Park4 beds, 3.1 bathsListed with Keller Williams Key Partners
$364,500 : 10809 W 128 Terrace, Overland Park4 beds, 4.1 bathsListed with ReeceNichols Town Center
$159,000 : 10200 Antioch Road, Overland Park4 beds, 1 bathListed with Keller Williams Diamond Part
$350,000 : 9150 W 131st Street, Overland Park4 beds, 4.1 bathsListed with Keller Williams Realty Partner
$585,000 : 16533 CODY Street, Overland Park5 beds, 4 bathsListed with Crown Realty
$645,000 : 10500 W 149th Street, Overland Park5 beds, 4.1 bathsListed with Keller Williams Realty Partner
See all Real estate in the city of Overland Park.
(all data current as of 11/23/2017)
Listing information deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Read full disclaimer.