When it comes to setting the right price for a residential or commercial property in Ventnor New Jersey, the goal is to increase visibility and drive more buyers to view. Many sellers make the mistake of trying to win the negotiation with a single buyer; instead, property should be priced so demand is maximized and more buyers want to take a look.
Apex Prime Realty’s newly revamped guide – written by Apex expert realtor Sherri Lilienfeld – provides a comprehensive resource that explains the entire process of pricing a house to sell so that more buyers want to look, more offers are generated and house value is driven up. Crucially, the guide also offers tips that make selling a property seamless and hassle-free.
Apex Prime Realty is one of the top-producing brokerages in the New Jersey Shoreline locale. More information about Sherri Lilienfeld is available via http://www.apexprime.com
The latest development is in line with Apex’s commitment to providing information that prospective sellers and buyers can trust. With the onset of the pandemic, demand for housing in less-congested regions like New Jersey skyrocketed. Taking advantage of this demand to maximise the value of a property sale means getting the sale price right in the first place.
The sellers guide gives readers deep insight into the home valuation and selling process and the local Ventnor NJ property market. This boosts a sellers chances of closing a deal at the right price. The guide is informed by Lilienfeld’s 17 years in the industry, during which she has helped clients buy, sell and invest in hundreds of homes.
A seller in today’s market often prices a house on the high end and buyers are searching harder than ever just to find a home to purchase. But a high price tag does not mean a seller will cash in big on the sale. It’s actually more likely to deter buyers.
With so few houses for sale, a property is more likely to sit on the market longer or require a price drop that can send buyers running. This can be avoided if the property is priced correctly from the beginning.
The guide includes detailed information on moving as well as planning and executing a relocation to New Jersey. The state’s property and other tax rates are discussed as well. Apex’s expertise covers the whole New Jersey Shoreline as well as Ventnor including Margate, Longport, Somers Point, Northfield, Brigantine and Linwood.
About Sherri Lilienfeld
Sherri Lilienfeld is a respected realtor who works with both residential and commercial clients, providing valuable advice that allows them sell and buy Jersey Shoreline properties as well as making smart investments in the area. For her outstanding service, she has been cited as a Five Star Professional for nine consecutive years — an honor bestowed on only the top 90 agents in the state.
Lilienfeld serves as a realty advisor for Downbeach Buzz, a local podcast and news site with over 45,000 subscribers. On the show, she shares the latest trends and valuable insight into the Jersey Shore real estate market. Interested parties are invited to listen to the podcast at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9xaSb1T_mSk.
Lilienfeld states: “As a real estate professional, you can expect me to give you the information you need before making a large financial decision, such as selling a Jersey Shore home or buying one, say, as an investment property. I’m committed to keeping my residential and commercial clients up to date on the selling – buying – investment process and I strive to answer their questions quickly.”
A satisfied customer, Beth Lyons, said, “Sherri Lilienfeld is the best realtor I have ever encountered, and she goes above and beyond the call of duty. She is professional, kind, intelligent, and very knowledgeable. I would recommend her to anyone in the market for an exceptional real estate agent.”
Interested parties may visit http://www.apexprime.com if they need further details about the realtor and her services.
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