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That’s usually the first question that comes to mind when you’re thinking about putting your house on the market. Your largest number of showings generally occur within the first two to three weeks your house is on the market, so you want to make sure you price your house right from the start. Your realtor will help you decide on a competitive price by examining:
- Sales prices of comparable homes in your area
- Current inventory of homes for sale
- The local market of potential buyers
And, because most buyers start their home search online, Rilio specialists will help you make sure your asking price shows up in the most popular search filters. For example, let’s say you want to ask $155,000 for your home. If most buyers use the upper end search filter of $150,000, you’d be missing out on a lot of eyeballs that never get to see your home. That’s why it’s important to partner with a real estate professional that understands how to generate the most interest for home onsite and online.