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How to Sell Your Home in Any Market: 6 Reasons Why Your Home Isn't Selling... And What You Can Do to Fix Them Paperback – Oct 1 2008


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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
The Best Book for Home Sellers and Their Realtors May 11 2009
By Barry Arthur - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I read everything I can about Real Estate voraciously. I've read the Dummies book and the Sell Your Home in 5 Days book, and this book is the best. All the simple steps are included, with no BS, and some unique marketing ideas are included as well. It's a soup to nuts guide with some great insights.

What I liked best about the book is that the author included short stories to illustrate how his suggestions work and why. He also has checklists.

I just bought a couple copies for some of my clients. It's a great read.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Lots of good info Aug. 9 2012
By hollidaisy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
I enjoyed reading this book. There was a lot of good common sense information, but there were several things that I wouldn't have thought of. Unfortunately, we still were unable to sell our house. But I don't blame the book. :)

I really liked the checklists in the staging and cleaning section of the book. I found it really helpful to have it all in one place. The author writes in a very approachable way, not condescending or too textbook-like. I think it would have been a great book to read before buying the house!
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Easy to Read, Easy to Follow, Easy to Implement July 24 2009
By Alan Jennings - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
One of the great things about watching HGTV has been that we can see the beginning of the project, how the project is accomplished and the ultimate result of that project.

This book sets out to explain how to sell your home, against the odds of the market, by using examples of homes that didn't sell initially, with the odds stacked against them, and how those situations were turned around to get the home sold.

There are some great examples of uses of staging, marketing, and pricing strategies as well as some cure-alls for situational problems.

Overall, this is a great book. I highly recommend it.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
The Easiest to Read & Best Book on Home Selling Available March 18 2010
By Patrick Rosa - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
With wit, humor and great stories, Keim lays out the foundation for selling a home better than any book I've ever seen. He tackles the issues of whether or not to sell on your own (the pro's and con's), how to effectively market your home, how to use mortgage products to make your home more attractive to buyers, and how to find buyers by enticing them to look. In his section on staging, he takes the home apart, room by room, and gives us checklists of what needs to be done in each area and why it's important. And again, he sprinkles funny stories throughout the book to show examples of what works, what doesn't work and exactly why.

If you're looking for the best book for selling a home in a slow market, look no further - this is it. I also recommend a book of funny real estate stories he wrote called Life Lessons...from the back seat of my car, which is a wonderful read.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
A strongly recommended instructional guide for anyone selling their home Dec 13 2008
By Midwest Book Review - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Having a tough time selling a home in this volatile market? What can you do to improve you chances of selling your home and getting an offer that you are hoping for? From experienced real estate broker Loren Keim, comes a compendium of expert advice in "How to Sell Your Home In Any Market". Keim discusses six universal challenges and common mistakes that include Poor Staging, Incorrect Pricing, Improper Marketing, Location-Challenged Properties, Functional Obsolescence and 'No One is Buying in Your Area', explaining each one and then providing a detailed explanation of how to correct or counter the problem. "How To Sell Your Home In Any Market" is an easy to read book provides quick tips, checklists, and photos, to provide a clear step approach to achieving a goal of selling your home, even in though markets. Included are a list of resources and websites to help the home seller be more proactive in selling their home, for example a website which allows home sellers to create an online brochure featuring photos and information about their home which increases your marketing exposure. Thoroughly 'user friendly' and ideal for the non-specialist general reader, "How To Sell Your Home In Any Market" is a strongly recommended instructional guide for anyone selling their home and a critically important addition to community library reference collections.


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