If that changes either party may end the listing at anytime.
This creates a dynamic between us that I find to be of great value.
The worth of a property is not established by how much the seller wants for it or has into it. Nor does it matter what one agent or ten agents think.
The buyers in the market place at the time determine what value the market will bring for the home.
Who is the property more valuable to? A buyer in the market place or the seller? Whom ever values the home the most will own the home.
Pricing is part art and part science. It involves comparing similar properties, making adjustments for differences among them, tracking market movements, and taking stock of present inventory, all in an attempt to come up with a range of value—an educated opinion.
Although no two valuations are ever exactly the same, they should be close enough to each other to establish a value. There is never a hard and fast price tag to slap on your home. Only an educated guess can be made, and ultimately it will be the market and the competition (other homes on the market in your neighborhood) that will dictate the price.