Posts Tagged ‘Pricing’

Never Under Prize Your Own House (2)

November 21st, 2012

Never Under Prize2 Never Under Prize Your Own House (2)That adds up to a whopping $50,080, and the buyer no longer qualifies because he or she does not have sufficient funds to close. Sales agreements may also be contingent upon a successful appraisal. Even if the sale is not contingent on an appraisal, you will get a lot of flack from buyers who now believe they are paying too much for the property. » Read more: Never Under Prize Your Own House (2)

Never Under Prize Your Own House

November 17th, 2012

Never Under Prize Never Under Prize Your Own HouseThe common declaration by home sellers when a home underappraises is, “Well, it only under-appraised by $10,000, so that shouldn’t be a problem. The buyers are putting $15,000 down.” Unfortunately, lenders do not typically want to lend the entire amount of the appraisal. » Read more: Never Under Prize Your Own House