Pricing Your Property

Our President and CEO Mary Francis Burleson shared insightful information in this short article a few days ago. Take a look and see how you can benefit from working with a Realtor from Ebby Halliday Realtors when deciding to sell your home!

“Strategic pricing is the key to selling your home at an attractive price in an acceptable amount of time.

Many brokers can list your home for sale, but if it is not properly priced, your home may sit on the market month after month and actually help sell competing properties. You deserve a knowledgeable real estate agent who can advise you on properly pricing your home to sell in today’s dynamic market.

An Ebby Halliday Companies’ Associate can provide you with a professionally prepared Comparative Market Analysis – an analysis and evaluation of the market factors that help determine current value:

Successfully sold homes – examines the selling price of recently purchased homes comparable to yours

Competing properties for sale – since they are not yet sold, the market value is undetermined, but they are important, as buyers most likely will view and compare these properties with yours

Pending sales – Though they have not yet closed, homes under contract are a good indicator of value in the current market

Failed to sell – the listed prices of these homes suggest what potential buyers will not pay

If you’re curious about what your home is worth in today’s rapidly changing market, contact your favorite Ebby Halliday Companies’ real estate professional, or visit for up-to-the-minute information on the Dallas-Fort Worth and North Texas real estate market.

Mary Frances”

If you would like to discuss buying or selling a home, please fill out the form below and we will contact you promptly!

Author: KJones Group

Realtors at and Ebby Halliday Realtors

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