Do you think it really makes sense to list your house for less than you’re willing to sell it for?

So we are getting really close to listing our house now. Settled on a realtor-finally.

Met with about five realtors, each one said that the house is probably going to sell for around 1.2 mil, maybe even 1.3 since there are almost no homes in our area for sale, and almost nothing that is totally renovated like our house is.

Our realtor really wants to listed at 1.175 to try to create a bidding war or to attract more people. But, I don’t really see the point in doing that, you think most people are going to search in 50,000 increments so people that have a budget of 1.2 are going to see the house anyways. And it’s not like there can’t be a bidding war for people whose budget is 1.2 to 1.3 or 1.15 to 1.25 etc.

I just really don’t see the benefit to listing your house for less than what you want to sell it for.

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So we are getting really close to listing our house now. Settled on a realtor-finally. Met with about five realtors, each one said that the house is probably going to sell for around 1.2 mil, maybe even 1.3 since there are almost no homes in our area for sale, and almost nothing that is totally renovated like our house is. Our realtor really wants to listed at 1.175 to try to create a bidding war or to attract more people. But, I don’t really see the point in doing that, you think most people are going to search in 50,000 increments so people that have a budget of 1.2 are going to see the house anyways. And it’s not like there can’t be a bidding war for people whose budget is 1.2 to 1.3 or 1.15 to 1.25 etc. I just really don’t see the benefit to listing your house for less than what you want to sell it for. submitted by /u/EntertainerUnited668 [link] [comments]

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