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In all things regarding SALES, price is #1 factor. If you home is truly under priced for your area then you would have SOLD your home immediately and may even have gotten multiple offers, which potentially would have gotten you more than list price. Based on your question I get the idea you feel you should price your home higher even though you haven't even gotten an offer at your "too low" price? As I tell sellers, there are listers and there are seller's. Do you want to list your house or do you want to sell your house? I can put my home on the market for any price, but that doesn't mean it's going to sell at that price. So look at recently SOLD comparable homes to get a definitive idea of what your values are. If you home is priced TOO low it will get lots of traffic and offers, so unless that is happening, you are not priced too low. Investors are investors and if they see a deal, then they buy a deal.
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For Sale: $1,850,000
For Sale: $375,000