REIQ Advice on: THE RISKS OF GETTING YOUR LIST PRICE WRONG
You want to sell your home, you've appointed an agent and you've had several conversations about the property's listing price. The problem is that the agent's number and your number are not the same number. But you're the customer, right? You can just tell the agent what to list the property for. If you're a little bit high, no harm, you can just drop the price later, right? Yes, of course you can. But this strategy, favoured by many first-time property sellers, comes with an enormous risk and a very serious down side.