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First, we will determine the property type - if you have a condominium, attached villa or single-family home. Extensive homes that offer large square footage, extra amenities such as swimming pools or custom-built materials, will naturally be priced higher.
The condition is one of those things that varies slightly from real estate agent to agent, buyers, and sellers. What one seller considers excellent condition, a buyer may consider fair. Poor condition would usually refer to a fixer property; one that would need plenty of cosmetic and structural repair. Fair condition usually needs cosmetic repairs such as patching holes in walls, replacing carpet or cabinetry, outdated fixtures, and materials. Good condition is usually move-in ready with maybe a few minor cosmetic repairs such as potential upgrades to carpets, flooring, and counter tops but still livable conditions. Excellent usually refers to top-of-the-line and pristine condition from the foundation to the roof and everywhere in between.
If you want to price your home correctly, get it sold in a reasonable timeframe, and close on time, you must start with the price and start with an agent that knows how to price your home correctly, not just tell you what you think you want to hear. Give me a call today and let's discuss your home and property and how quickly it can be sold for the right price.