Here are four myths you shouldn’t believe when selling your home.

You’ve likely heard some recent real estate stories. Maybe your neighbor sold their fixer-upper as is for $100,000 over asking price, or your friends were swarmed by frenzied buyers engaged in a bidding war within 24 hours of putting their house on the market. It’s no secret that our current seller’s market is more hectic and competitive than it has been in years. However, there are four major myths I’m discussing today that you shouldn’t believe when selling your home.

Feel free to watch the full message above, or use these timestamps that will direct you to various points in the video:

0:00 — Introduction to today’s topic

1:15 — Myth No. 1: You don’t need to renovate or improve your house

2:25 — Myth No. 2: You should overprice your home

3:30 — Myth No. 3: You don’t need much marketing

4:20 — Most buyers start their search online, so your listing can’t fall short

4:55 — Myth No. 4: You should choose the highest offer

5:35 — Wrapping up

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