Should I Lower the Price to Sell My House?
Should I lower the price to sell my house, or keep trying to sell it for more? Real estate agents are usually paid a commission based on the sale price of each house they list or sell. A higher sale price results in a higher commission, which explains why agents are motivated to list and sell homes for the highest selling price possible.
While it is true that the highest price a buyer will pay is in the best interest of the seller, it is only true when the house sells. A high price does not benefit any seller while their home remains on the market. Only when the property sells does a seller recoup their investment and realize a profit or not.
I know that all home sellers do not have the same priorities for selling. Some homeowners want a fast sale, some want to get the highest price, no matter how long it takes. And some sellers simply want a fast cash sale; I am one of those “fast cash” sellers because time is of the essence for me now.
Calling We Pay Fast to Sell My House Now
I am calling We Pay Fast because they specialize in fast cash real estate transactions. They are a team of professional buyers who make offers directly to sellers, without involving agents, paying commissions, or scheduling closings for the convenience of title companies. Working with We Pay Fast allows a seller to choose their closing date and to receive the same dollar amount they were offered, with no deductions for closing costs or legal fees.
Reach the We Pay Fast professional homebuyers at 405-521-1807 or by email at [email protected]. If you leave a voice message or send an email, you will get a phone call from them within 24 hours. It is good to speak to your potential buyer directly and to come to an agreement on the sale price, terms, and closing date together on the phone.
You won’t need to lower the price and go through the hassles of a traditional real estate sale when you work with We Pay Fast professional buyers directly.