So you’ve crunched your numbers and you know exactly what you want to spend, now let’s find the property perfect for you! When working with a specific price range, we always suggest expanding your top price point by 2.5% when searching. While this might seem counterintuitive, it’s actually not. In most cases, the sale price of a home is less than the list price. What this means is a home that is slightly beyond your set price point may not actually be above it after negotiations. For example, if $400,000 is the top of your price range, you should be looking for homes up to and including $410,000. While the list price is $410,000, the sale price could ultimately end up in the high $300,000s.
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