What is Your Sales Number

Homeowners, there’s a shortage of inventory out there – the demand is what’s driving high prices.

So I’ll be very transparent: I need, Realtors need more listings.

So I ask you “What is your sales number?”

What is the price that you’d be an idiot not to sell for and move?

This conversation is really one sided. I get to ask the question but only you can answer it.

Have you given thought to selling your home and locking in your profits? Have you wanted to make a move to a less pricey area and just live a cheaper life with less stress and demands for the incomes a high-price region exacts on us all?

Go ahead and give it some thought and ask yourself what it would take.

I won’t judge…

Whoa don’t go crazy there. No Realtor can promise you that amount.

But seriously, if you’d like to explore and see what the market might get you, I’d encourage you to reach out to me and let’s talk.

Wherever you are, I’ll have a local agent get you some sales comparables to look at as you contemplate your “make me move” number.

So what do you say? What’s your sales number?

Tomorrow I’m going to answer the question, “How long should a house last?”

When it comes to real estate, it matters who you work with. If I can answer any questions you have or assist you with buying or selling a home or investment property, reach out to me directly at 703-552-5259 and let’s talk. 

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My name is Jon Tripp and I’m a Realtor in Northern Virginia.

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