The amount of money you can get when selling the home depends on many factors, including the size of the house. Since there are many variables in play when determining how much your house will sell for, we can’t list them here without confusion so we won’t list any realistic selling prices here either.

Instead of using this fact as an excuse for not getting a good deal on your home, use it as a reason why you should get more than what you initially thought was fair. After all, if nobody else is willing to pay more than what would be typical for that particular neighborhood, then chances are good that there’s something unique or special about your property that could make it worth more than what others are willing to pay. Visit and learn more.

Sometimes, a home can be greater than the sum of its parts. Whether it’s an outdated kitchen or a storage area you never use, there’s bound to be some aspect of the property that could be improved. Selling at a fair price is fine, but there’s an opportunity to make a profit when you sell a home with some extra, unusual, and unexpected features.

When you think about it, it doesn’t make sense to put a price on something that people want more of. While this advice may sound anti-consumerist, there is any number of times when factors beyond your control caused the house to sell at a lower price than it should have.