Sell Your Home: A Series of Posts, Part 4

You've done the hard work and the heavy lifting. Your house is on the market and you may be getting anxious because you did not get a contract on the first day.  Here are some posts that can help you understand things you might consider to improve your chances of getting a contract and how buyers who are looking at your home are reveiwing the information that is available to them.

An informed seller is a seller who is in a good postion to get a solid contract with a  high chance of getting to settlement. Make sure YOU are an informed seller.


Getting Your House Ready to Sell Series: Handicapping Your Home Sale

**Getting Your House Ready to Sell Series: Why I Care About Your Tax Record

**Getting Your House Ready to Sell Series:Tax Record Detective Work

**Getting Your House Ready to Sell Series: Unwitting Ways You May Be Sabotaging Your Sale

**Getting Your House Ready to Sell Series: Why Price Reductions Work

**Getting Your House Ready to Sell Series:Tips for Setting Your Listing Price

**Getting Your House Ready to Sell Series: When the Numbers Don't Add Up




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