Separating the emotion isn’t easy in home selling, but the consequences of not managing them can have huge consequences.
When talking to many homeowners one of the resounding conversations that repeats themselves is, “I put my house on the market last year and someone offered me ten thousand dollars below my asking price of $475,000. I was insulted, and I said no way."
Later on weeks and sometimes months, and even years later I’ve had many sellers confide in me, “If I would have known then what I know now, I would have jumped on it.” Unfortunately, it's a conversation that is playing across dinner tables for as long as real estate has existed.
Emotion runs high on personal property. It can have consequences.
Sometimes a seller hears an…