Guide to selling your home in New Hyde Park using Asking Price Realty


Are you preparing to sell your home in New Hyde Park? As the neighborhood real estate experts, we'd like to offer this quick rundown of how to approach the listing and selling process.

Interviewing Agents

The listing agent you choose makes all the difference. You need a professional, licensed agent that knows your neighborhood well and has access to the MLS. You also need someone with a strong web presence and expertise on the local market. Most importantly, you need someone who's willing to listen and take your needs to heart.

Comparable Market Analysis

When you contact Asking Price Realty, the first thing we offer is a complimentary market analyses of your home. We compare all aspects of your property to our extensive database of New Hyde Park real estate information. Then we give you an honest, professional assessment of the current market value of your home, free of charge and with no obligation.

Marketing Plan

Whoever you choose to list your home, make sure they have a competitive marketing plan. At Asking Price Realty, we understand that most homebuyers today look at houses multiple times online before going on a showing. We give our listings a tech-savvy, professionally prepared Internet presence with high quality visuals and compelling descriptions. We offer staging services, open houses, and we professionally managing all showings so the listing experience goes seamlessly and results in competitive offers.

What's Next?

When you list with Asking Price Realty, we're with you throughout the process, and can also help you take the next steps toward your new home. For more information about preparing to sell your home, or for a complimentary market analyses of your property, call us or fill out the form below and one of our expert agents will be in touch as soon as possible.

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