Bob Stiller

Strong Relationships, Sound Advice

Every Home is Different

When a home is sold, a willing seller and a willing buyer have just announced to the world the value of that home.  From there, other similar homes are benchmarked, but other factors so come into play.  The most important are:

When 2 homes are identical in the same neighborhood, a higher price may come down to something simple as views or paint colors, or the overall taste of the homeowner.  That is why it is best to maintain your home in good, uncluttered condition, paint in neutral welcoming colors, and decorate conservatively.

Valuing a home will never be an exact science, but if you follow these guidelines, you can be sure to capture as much as possible of your investment when you do sell.