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Are you of opinion that adding your home to the market during recession can bring more trouble than good? If then, you need evaluate both the pros and cons of recession selling. There is a chance of running into some downfalls, but you can avoid some of these by taking advantage of the many benefits as well.During recession the situation is not entirely stacked against you. In fact, you may be able to have just as much success during a recession than any other time. Of course, you could struggle as well, but you do not want to get these thoughts in your mind.

The most common recession downfall is that the market is slow. This means that people are not selling and buyers are careful as to what they are doing at the same time. Does this mean that the real estate market is totally dead? Absolutely not! Even during a recession there are still thousands of homes being sold everyday. They may not be in your area, but this should give you some hope that you can make a sale. Another recession selling downfall comes in the form of money. In other words, you may be hard pressed to sell your home for what it is worth. In fact, many sellers have found that a recession has cost them three to five percent on the selling price of their home. These are just estimates, that should be taken into consideration. After all, who will like to lose that much money due to the market conditions?

Your best bet for combating recession selling downfalls is to consider what you have to offer, the market in your area, and what you can reasonably expect. If you know what you are up against, and keep a reasonable thought process, you should be able to find a way to make things work to your advantage. Even if you have to wait for the recession to clear up, it may be better than taking a large decrease in selling price. But of course, this decision is up to you. You will have to base it on how badly you need to sell your home, if you are willing to take a lower asking price, and much more. One of the biggest recession selling benefits is the fact that you may not have a lot of competition. Many people who are interested in selling their home decide that doing so during a recession is only going to hurt their chances; and they may very well be right. But even when the real estate industry is going through tough times, it is safe to say that people still need to buy homes. If you can give them something to get excited about, it is safe to say that you are going to have a good chance of success. As mentioned above, with less competition your home is sure to stand out.

To go along with the point above, less competition is even better if your home is well above average. This not only points buyers to your home, but when they see what you are offering you may be able to seal the deal right away. When there are not many other options to choose from, you may find that the offers on your home are coming hard and fast. This is a scenario that you will definitely want to hope for. Finally, recession selling does not always mean lowering your price. You may have to give in a little bit, but make sure that you do so within reason. There is a big difference between lowering the asking price of your home a couple thousand dollars, and doing something silly which will results in a big time loss of money.

To conclude recession selling can benefit you in a number of different ways. If you are going to sell during a real estate recession, take the time to figure out the many benefits. From there, do your best to make these benefits work in your favor. When you do, you may find out soon enough that recession selling is not all a bad thing; contrary to what others are saying.

Submitted by:

Kim Lee

Kim Lee writes for Singapores Number 1 Rental Portal for HDB Flats.



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