Many are tempted to "test the market" by pricing their home higher than it's worth. Sellers think, "if it works and someone buys the house, great! If not, no big deal, I'll take the lower offer." But in these times, there probably won't be a neutral outcome, instead, overpricing your home can actually have a negative affect.
Today, real estate professionals consider the strategy of testing the market to be dead and done with. Here's why you should price your home accurately:
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