Tag Archives: asking price

Price on Application? Forget it.

“Price on application” is a tag applied to some properties on the market, the price of which, for one reason or another, the agent or owner wants to keep secret.  The theory is that an interested buyer will make the … Continue reading

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Who’s the Biggest Loser?

If you ask your estate agent why you haven’t yet sold your house, he’ll blame either your asking price (too high) or the market (too slow) or both.  So what’s his answer?  ”Drop your price”.  This strategy, he assures you, … Continue reading

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From the archives: Don’t blame the market

Each month, I’ll be re-posting a popular blog from earlier this year, or the year before.  There’s a lot of good stuff in those archives!  Here’s a post that had you all clicking madly…. Don’t blame the market Many sellers … Continue reading

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When every penny counts

Are you downsizing? If you’re at that time of your life when you’re currently rattling around in a house that’s too big for you, that is consuming more time, effort and money than you want to give it, you may … Continue reading

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Who are you trying to convince?

At HomeTruths, a very important part of our service is to provide to our clients a comprehensive and detailed report on their asking price.  We look at several different data points in order to establish whether their asking price is … Continue reading

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