Preparing your home for sale
Answer: The simple answer here is No. Often, potential buyers will be reluctant to talk openly and freely with their realtor about your home if you are present, not wanting to potentially offend you, the seller, with whom they may be later negotiating. Best practice is to leave shortly before the scheduled showing, allow the potential buyer ample time to view the property, and return once they have left – of course you can, and should, ask YOUR agent for feedback as to what the buyers thought while viewing your property.
Not accurately. Websites such as these use computer generated home values based on calculations and formulas offering only a rough estimate of your home’s worth. Every property is unique and to properly price it for the market requires real estate experience, in-depth knowledge of your home, the market and the competition.
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