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  • "Sellers often start by thinking about how much money they want to earn from the sale rather than current market conditions," she says.

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  • "I always suggest that sellers look at the competition before they put their home on the market so they know what they will be up against and can price accordingly," Mrs. Elias says. "Every seller thinks their home is the best, so it can be helpful to see the types of amenities other homes offer, such as a deck or a newer kitchen."

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