One goal when you’re selling your house is to get as much money as possible. It can be tempting to overprice. There’s always a chance you might score big. Right?
Technically, yes. But that doesn’t mean testing the market by setting your home’s price above what the house is worth is a good strategy. In fact, there are many reasons not to test the market this way.
1. You won’t get offers (but your neighbors might).
It’s great to be a good neighbor, but unintentionally sacrificing your sale to help your neighbors sell their homes might be going a bit far.
Via Real Estate AOL