The basis for every real estate sale should be a well-founded valuation. Only then will you know what price you can go to market with and prevent a loss from the start. If you ask too high a price at the beginning, you will scare off interested parties — if you choose too low a price, you will sell your property below value. So it makes sense to rely on a reliable basis.
Real estate sales are multifaceted, require careful planning and should be well prepared — after all, large sums of money are moved and far-reaching decisions are made. If you want to sell your property quickly and at the best possible price, we recommend a systematic approach. In our experience, a little effort in the run-up pays off in any case — here are our tips for a successful real estate sale.