Has your asking price killed the chance of a sale?

In a sluggish property market, attention invariably turns to the price set when a property is first offered for sale. Contributing to an online article by DBPR, our General Manager James Robinson suggests that sellers should look at Land Registry sold prices when setting their asking price, rather than comparing the prices of similar properties in the neighbouring area. He says “10% above the street’s record selling price becomes, in reality, a decision not to sell.” Find out why setting an ambitious asking price can leave your property out in the cold.

As quoted by James Robinson in DBPR

IS 10% TOO MUCH