When homeowners put limits on the possibilities, they create a more difficult and cumbersome selling experience.
When it comes to putting a home on the market, sellers love to share their insight about how the selling process should work. They want and expect to give their input to their listing agent as to how showings should be handled as well as pricing, managing other agents, offers, negotiations and what they will and will not repair.
Selling a home is an art, and not an exact science, and ultimately you never know what is going to happen until a buyer crosses the seller’s path. Keeping an open mind and not setting predetermined limits on the process leads to a more productive and positive selling experience.
Here are ten things sellers often say — but shouldn’t.