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Price is obviously the most important factor, so make certain that your home is priced at or near fair market value. However, the marketing (and exposure to potential Buyers) and the condition of your home are also critical. Re: Marketing: Your well-priced home won't sell if no one can see that it is for sale. So, you need to make certain that you maximize your Buyer exposure via visibility on MLS (through a real estate agent), Zillow, Trulia and other online engines.Re: Condition: Condition can be reflected as price (i.e. worse condition = lower price), but many Buyers will not even consider a home that does not meet their subjective standards. So, while the price may not deter a particular Buyer, the paint-needy walls, cracked window or untidy home (easy, inexpensive fixes) may cause the Buyer to walk... Your job is to minimize the "issues" that might cause such Buyers to walk. Good luck selling your home.
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