While sellers always need to be careful about pricing their house appropriately on the market, the past few years were more forgiving if you made a mistake.
But the market is shifting and many sellers are losing deals they could have saved if they were willing to adjust their price.
While it may not sound appealing to take a lower price, you’re most likely able to sell your house for more now than you could have a year or two ago. So before you dig in on your price, consider whether it’s worth the risk of values dropping even more in the coming months.
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