2 Dec

Homeowners given advice on pricing properties for sale

Homeowners given advice on pricing properties for sale

Homeowners have been told about the best ways to price their home so they can get people interested in purchasing their properties for sale in the UK.

An article on MSN Money has examined how to market houses at an appropriate cost so they are more appealing to potential buyers.

It stated that the first thing proprietors should do is "be realistic about your asking price".

Homeowners were advised to check the vales of other houses for sale in the area to see what price they are going for.

Director of broker Private Finance Melanie Bien told the news provider that homeowners "don't have to roll over and accept the lowest offer".

She noted that it is a good idea to decide what to accept as the minimum bid and not drop below this throughout negotiations with possible buyers.

People who have properties in market towns should also anticipate being able to add a premium on to the cost of their home after Lloyds TSB revealed earlier this week that houses in these areas can go for £30,000 more than in other parts.ADNFCR-1222-ID-800268849-ADNFCR

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