How to Receive a Fair Cash Offer for Your House

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Receiving an accurate appraisal of your home’s worth can be one of the most daunting challenges for first-time sellers. It takes time and energy to decide on a price point that works for all parties involved, so here are some tips on getting an acceptable offer as well as why this step is so crucial:

  1. Keep Track Of All Improvements You’ve Made To Your House

It can be easy to overlook all the improvements you’ve made to boost the value of your house. Make a list and take pictures as reminders – especially helpful since remembering everything done increases stress when thinking about selling, so be sure not to miss anything out. Discover how Reviva Home Buyer can assist you by visiting¬† for assistance!

  1. Speak to a Realtor

Real estate agents can be invaluable in many ways. Once licensed, they are qualified to give an accurate assessment of your house’s market value and advise you on what kind of price you should expect given current conditions and the age/location/style of building. They possess expert insight into pricing trends based on historical data as well as current conditions within the local market.

  1. Get Your House Ready For the Market

Once you’ve made some improvements to your house, it’s time to look for an agent who can help sell it at a fair price. Ask friends, neighbors and family if they know any experienced agents in your area. Ensure the agent has access to all relevant information on the house including pictures and descriptions of any renovations you’ve done.

  1. Establish A Fair Asking Price

The most efficient way to receive a fair cash offer is by asking for one upfront. That way, you’ll know exactly what you’ll receive. Set an asking price between the low end of what similar houses in your neighborhood have sold for and the high end; make sure it’s realistic based on current market value but not too low that it becomes unattainable or high that no offers come close.

  1. Determine Your Price Range

Before accepting any cash offer, set a price range and request 20% below it. Doing this will guarantee you get a fair deal and never have to settle for less than what is deserved.

  1. Be Willing To Accept Lower Offers

Setting your asking price too high can prevent you from receiving an attractive offer. If buyers are willing to pay more, they should be able to come up with 50% of your asking price since they’ve exceeded it.