Posted by: Nick Fundytus


When it comes to selling your home, finding the right price is crucial. Just like pricing items at a garage sale, setting an optimal price can be a challenging task. You want to attract buyers by offering a competitive price, but you also don’t want to leave any money on the table. That’s where I come in.

Analysis and calculations

As an experienced real estate professional, I understand the importance of finding the perfect balance when pricing your property. It’s not just about crunching numbers; it requires a combination of skilled calculation and industry expertise.

To start, we’ll analyze recently sold properties that are similar to yours. We’ll consider factors like type, size, features, and location to get an accurate picture of your property’s “current market value.” By looking at comparable sales in your area, we can establish a range that aligns with the market trends.

Let’s say you have a spacious 15-year-old bungalow in a desirable neighborhood. If similar homes in the area have sold for $475,000 to $550,000 in the last six months, it’s clear that your home should fall within that range. Straying too far above or below could leave your property sitting on the market or lead to missed opportunities.


However, setting the right list price goes beyond calculations. It requires a deep understanding of the local market and a touch of intuition. As someone who has been involved in numerous property transactions, I bring valuable insight and instinct to the table. I know what works and what doesn’t, giving you a competitive edge in the market.

That’s why partnering with a skilled real estate salesperson is essential when deciding on the list price for your home. I have the expertise to guide you through this process and ensure that your property is priced competitively, attracting the right buyers while maximizing your return.

If you’re considering selling your home, I invite you to reach out and discuss your options. Together, we can navigate the intricate world of real estate pricing and make sure you get the best possible outcome.  Let’s turn your dream home into your real home. Contact me today to get started.

Bonus tips!


Analyze recent comparable sales: Look at recently sold properties similar to yours to get a sense of the market value and establish a competitive price range.


Consider the location: Take into account the desirability of your neighborhood and any amenities or attractions that may impact the value of your home.


Evaluate current market conditions: Stay informed about market trends, such as whether it’s a seller’s or buyer’s market, to gauge pricing strategies accordingly.


Factor in property condition: Assess the overall condition of your home, including any upgrades or renovations, and adjust the price accordingly.


Get a professional appraisal: Consider hiring an appraiser to provide an unbiased valuation of your property, helping you set a realistic price.


Be aware of overpricing risks: Avoid setting the price too high, as it may deter potential buyers and lead to extended time on the market.


Strive for a competitive list price: Find a balance between attracting buyers with an attractive price and maximizing your return on investment.


Consult a real estate professional: Reach out to an experienced agent who can provide valuable insights and guide you through the pricing process.


Monitor the competition: Keep an eye on similar properties in your area to ensure your price remains competitive and appealing to potential buyers.


Stay flexible: Be open to adjusting the price if necessary based on feedback from potential buyers and market conditions.

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