In response to increasing mortgage rates, the Housing Market slowed down last year in Coachella Valley , which had an effect on property values. If you are considering selling your home soon, you should adapt your expectations accordingly.

As a Realtor (Wilder Perez) explains:

“. . . some of the more prominent pandemic trends have changed, so sellers might wish to adjust accordingly to get the best deal possible.”

In a market that is more moderate, how you price your home will have a significant impact not only on your bottom line, but also on how soon your home could sell. And the reality is that properties priced appropriately continue to sell in the current market.

Why Pricing Your Home Appropriately Is Important

Your asking price sends a statement to potential buyers, especially in today’s market. If it’s priced very minimally, you may leave funds on the table or deter purchasers who may perceive a lower-than-expected price tag as a sign that the home is flawed.

If the price is too high, you risk discouraging purchasers. When this occurs, you may need to reduce the price of your home to rekindle buyer interest if it has been on the market for a time. Be aware, however, that a price reduction may be interpreted as a red flag by certain purchasers, who will ask what this indicates about the property.

To avoid either headache, set the price accurately from the outset. A real estate expert is able to calculate the optimal asking price. They weigh the worth of properties in your community, current market trends, buyer demand, the state of your home, and other factors to determine the optimal price. This contributes to stronger bids and increases the possibility that your home will sell soon.

The diagram below summarizes the impact of your asking price:


Homes which are priced according to the  current market value that are still selling. Consult with a Wilder Perez – Reputed Real Estate Specialist in Coachella Valley  to ensure that you price your home accurately, optimize its sales potential, and limit your hassle.