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How do I know I accepted enough money for the sell of my property.

  • December 10 2013 - San Leandro
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hi, the appraised Market Value and comparable sold properties are your best indicators and measuring  stick for if you accepted enough money...$Good Luck$
  • June 07
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The market dictates.. You must compare your home to nearby homes that sold, time of sell and marketing. Did you do all that you possible could to make sure you potentially received "top market value"?

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  • June 06
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Hello,

The question you post is very simple we just try to complicate it.
1. did you set the listing price based on comparable?
2. did you accept the offer based on what you listed it for and what the buyer was ready willing and able to pay?

if you followed those two things then your probably right on the money.

Thanks Rod
  • December 11 2013
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Hi,

There are a few factors that may have a bearing one your question:
Were there multiple offers on this sale?
Did you look at comparables prior to choosing a list price, and prior to accepting an offer?
I am sure your agent can help you with reviewing comparables to establish Fair Market Value.

Kind regards,

Arpad
  • December 11 2013
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So you're not satisfied with the sale amount of your home?  Why did you accept the amount if you weren't satisfied?

A licensed appraiser is the only one who determines what is "enough" or too much for a property... But you are certainly welcome to worry about it.
  • December 11 2013
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"Enough Money" is relevant, depends from what site you are looking. If you accepted the money already than I guess that was for you already "enough money".

The bottom line is you will get only as much as a buyer is willing to pay for your property.  
  • December 11 2013
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You don't.

If there were offers and counter-offers, you probably got the most you could get. If your asking price was quickly accepted, at full price, you probably could have gotten more.

However, there's a trade-off. Pricing a property slightly below comps can result in a quicker sale. And sometimes it makes sense to shave a couple of months off the time a property sits on the market.

Hope that helps.
  • December 10 2013
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