Next Weekly Roundup Jan. 4
Heaven knows that real estate sales lacks the glamor of, say, school crossing guard, exterminator, barista or subway conductor.
Of course, there exist those brokers and agents whose social credentials rival Britain’s royal family and whose transactions involve properties in the double-digit millions from the outset of careers that have been their first choice. But the rest of us have tended to select real estate for a second, third or fourth career when the economy or age has left us with few options.
Although many starting out in the industry may feel like second-class members of the community, Continue reading
Perhaps nothing is trickier in listing a property than deciding on the right asking price.
Too high, the argument goes, and prospective buyers will eliminate themselves even before seeing the place.
Too low, and the seller risks obtaining what the place is worth.
Finding the sweet spot depends on Continue reading