Friday, January 19, 2018 / by Mike Dahl
Wednesday, January 03, 2018 / by Mike Dahl
1. Buyers tend to be more motivated
Buyers looking for homes are doing so because they really must relocate due to job, family or other unavoidable circumstances. You’ll probably waste less time dealing with real estate tire-kickers.
2. Things move faster
Because there are fewer transactions during the winter, mortgage companies, home inspectors and appraisers have less on their plates. You should be able to schedule appointments sooner and expect faster turnaround for reports and approvals than in the busy warmer seasons.
3. You can leverage the smaller inventory
With fewer homes on the market, it can be easier to promote your property’s comparative advantages. Highlight your home’s unique features. Are you the only townhome within walking distance of downtown? The only split-level with a pool in your school district? Be su ...
Friday, December 08, 2017 / by Mike Dahl
A huge THANK YOU to everyone who has already contributed! We appreciate your support!
Thank you and Happy Holidays!
2227 Prairie Center Pkwy #D
Brighton, CO 80601
Monday, November 27, 2017 / by Mike Dahl
It’s true! Every day homes sell for WAY less than they should. It makes me cringe to see how many mistakes people make when selling. Don’t get me wrong, it’s great if you’re a buyer. However, if you’re a seller every mistake can cost thousands of dollars.
For decades, wealthy homeowners have been selling homes the right way. Think about it for a minute… if you’re selling a 10 million dollar home, a 1% increase in the sales price equals an extra $100,000!
Affluent sellers do what it takes to get top dollar for their homes. Normal sellers don’t seem to take selling as seriously (I have no clue why?) and normally don’t do what is necessary to get top dollar. If you use the right home selling strategies you can make at least 10-30k more when selling a $200,000 home.
In my book, Wealthy Home Seller Secrets, I break down what affluent home sellers do differently. I reveal their strategies ...
Wednesday, November 22, 2017 / by Mike Dahl