This is part one of a five part series on pricing your house and the pitfalls to avoid.
We always talk about location as being a leading factor when selling your house. Sellers need to keep in mind who their potential buyers are going to be. They need to ask themselves a few questions related to location when discussing price. How appealing is the neighborhood? What amenities or schools are nearby? Is this a walkable neighborhood? All of these location questions are important in determining who a probable buyer will be.
Homeowners often price with their heartstrings rather than relying on hard data, and the location is an immovable object that can only be overcome with price.