The home seller needs to understand that to ensure the most accurate and appropriate price, you must get as much information as possible impartial. Prices must be based on different factors, especially those concerning the market.
The right price determines how effective and how long it will take a house to sell. If you want to increase ‘cost of housing’ (which is also known as ‘boligkostnader’ in the Norwegian Language) then you can explore the internet.
In the real estate industry, any property can and will be sold if the owner can be negotiated about the price. Obviously, we have all passed through property and homes in undesirable locations, but someone lives there. The house is bordered by a highway, a water tower, a rubbish dump, a grave, etc., but someone lives there.
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Likewise, all homes are marketed in all market conditions. Clearly, that does not mean that they will sell at the same price, or at the same speed (days on the market) in bad economic times as in the times of stars, but they will sell. However, when I say they will sell, it's assuming that the seller is realistic in its pricing, and the price of the house is right from the start.
Unfortunately for many homeowners who want to sell, either greed, excessive optimism, or a lack of a strong understanding of reality, makes many owners choose a real estate broker based on who tells them they will get the best price. What caused it was artificial inflation of their asking price, which, then, basically, resulted in the house being displayed several times, and in general even fewer legitimate offers.