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Why You Need TWO Prices For Your Home When You Are Ready to Sell

Setting an asking price for your home when you are ready to sell is challenging. So…why in the world would I be suggesting that you actually need TWO prices for your home? For starters, this strategy could make you a lot more money when you sell. Keep reading!

Before I got into real estate, I was a process improvement consultant and the author of two books on the subject. Then, as a top producing real estate agent, I was blessed to be able to personally sell over 750 homes in my 15 year career. NOW, as the founder and CEO of Relevate Real Estate, I spend my time developing improvements for the residential real estate process and coaching our agents to implement those innovative methods for our buyer and seller clients.

By the time you finish this article, you will understand why we recommend that you need TWO prices to choose from when you are ready to sell your home, and how this strategy can not ONLY make you a lot more money when you sell, but also cause your home to sell a lot faster.

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The Ten Different Types of Real Estate Brokerages

If you are a new or even an experienced real estate agent who is looking for the right brokerage to join, how do you even know where to start? Medium-sized cities like Raleigh, NC and Austin, TX each have over 1,500 separate firms. Even if you narrow that down to firms with more than five agents, there are still over 150 individual brokerages in each city to choose from. But…what if there was a way to narrow that down to at tenth of that number, to just the firms that might be the best fit for YOU?