Even the best-meaning sellers can drive their Realtors crazy. Not only are these bad habits annoying, they can actually sabotage the sale! If you want to be a good seller – and we know you do! – here are seven things you need to stop doing when your house is for sale.
1. Insisting on a Listing Price
We know you’ve seen your neighbors houses sell and you’ve put thousands of dollars into your own place over the years. But your Realtor is the expert, so when they give you a market analysis of your area and tell you what your home is worth, listen to them. That’s not to say there shouldn’t be a conversation regarding the ultimate listing price, but try not to be rigid about what you “know your house is worth!”