Just like people, houses come in all shapes and sizes. Look around Towson, Monkton, or Timonium, and you’ll see all the variations. Is bigger always better? Not necessarily. In fact, smaller homes are selling faster in today’s market than some of their larger relatives. The trick, according to USNews.com, is helping buyers to see all the advantages of owning a smaller home. Here are some strategies.
The asking price you set for your home significantly affects whether you will profit in the sale, how much you will profit and how long your home will sit on the market. The objective is to find a price that the market will bear but won’t leave money on the table. Here are the points to consider