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How Much Do You Think Your Home is Worth?
When I speak to homeowners who consult with me before listing their home for sale, I find the first thing they ask or want to know is, "What Is My Home Worth?" Well, that is a simple question with a potentially complicated answer. I will usually turn the question around and ask them, "What do YOU think Your Home is Worth?" I do this because I want to understand where are they at mentally in the process of selling their home. At this stage, most homeowners have not emotionally detached themselves from their home to look at it analytically (as a house) and, in many cases, will overvalue their home's worth.
The most common answers I get back from a seller is:
- Price based on what the neighbor's house sold
The age old motto of real estate is, "Location, Location, Location!" At Delco Realty Group, we bring context and relevance to what is important to Buyers when they start looking for their next home. For our Listing (Seller) clients, it is very important to understand this as well since we utilize the human element of buyer behavior to build a custom marketing plan to selling a home based on this motto.
Location to where you Work
Location to where you Play
Location to where your Children go to School
- (this is the most important search criteria for buyers with children)
Location to where you Worship
There is other criteria buyers consider when purchasing a home, however these are the top four (4) pieces of criteria specific to…
Selling Real Estate in ANY Market Requires a Plan
Developing a marketing plan to sell your home requires a unique one-of-a-kind strategy that specifically works for YOUR situation as a seller. We can incorporate proven marketing techniques for today's challenging environment, however each marketing plan Delco Realty Group develops is very personal.
Don't be taken by "gimmicky" real estate programs that "promise" to sell your home in a certain period of time - typically offering promises to sell your home in 60 or 90 days. I've even seen one article entitled, "Sell Your Home in 5 days!" When you read the fine print or listen to the terms and conditions of these offers, it usually requires you to make upgrades to your home and/or…
Hunter Place Community of Greer South Carolina
Hunter Place is a quiet community located off of Taylor Road between Highway 101 and Highway 14 in Greer, South Carolina. Convenient to Greer and Taylors shopping, and restaurants as well as I-85 and the Greenville-Spartanburg (GSP) Airport.
Spacious lots accompany a private neighborhood with only one entrance/exit. Greer CPW utility serves this community; service includes free trash pickup.
Check out the Hunter Place Homes for Sale link below for more information.
Bent Creek Plantation is a Greer South Carolina family-oriented community located in Spartanburg County off of Highway 14 behind Village Hospital; convenient to I-85. The average home price in this neighborhood is in the $160's. Amenities include a community swimming pool and tennis courts.
Del-co Realty Group has just offered a RARE basement home for sale in Bent Creek Plantation that has been meticulously care for.
View single family homes for sale in Bent Creek Plantation.
Strathmore Community in Greer, South Carolina is a one-of-a-kind neighborhood. Lots are three acres or more. Come experience upscale living in a county-like setting. In the heart of Eastside area of Greer close to Thornblade.
View single family homes for sale in Strathmore.
Radon Gas IS Something You Should be Aware of...
You cannot get rid of Radon; there is no such thing as zero radon gas. It is here to stay. Radon is a carcinogenic gas that is hazardous to inhale. Build-up of radon in homes is a health concern and many lung cancer cases are attributed to radon exposure each year. About 12% of lung cancers and more than 20,000 Americans die of radon-related lung cancer each year. The Surgeon General of the United States has issued a Health Advisory warning Americans about the health risk from exposure to radon in indoor air. Dr. Carmona, the Nation's Chief Physician urged Americans to test their homes to find out how much radon they might be breathing. He also stressed the need to remedy the