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By Steve Levine, President of Steve Levine Inc., and an agent for REMAX Professional Associates Steve Levine, President of Steve Levine Incand an agent at REMAX Professional Associates508-735-4663www.stevelevine.com The outpouring of calls and emails over the last few months has been quite shocking to say the least…and I must say it was very, very appreciated. As you may recall, in my past three columns, I offered up a set of free reports that I wrote personally, and that I felt would truly change the lives of some of the local homeownersI can’t even tell you how many folks I heard from, both to ask for the reports themselves, and then afterward to follow up and tell me how helpful they were. So far I have offered you the following:     Report #1 – “The Top 10 Reasons Homes in Central Massachusetts Didn’t Sell,” which addressed the specific reasons why 40 percent of homes in Central Massachusetts failed to sell last year.      Report #2 – “10 Ways to Increase the Net Sales Price of Your Home,” a targeted list of proven methods to squeeze more money out of the sale of your home.     Report #3 – “The Top 10 Home Improvements that Yield the Greatest Return,” a time-tested and highly specific list of the tricks I’ve learned over the years to get maximum return on your home improvement projects. For this month’s report, I again asked around to see what people wanted to learn more about, and the clear choice was pricing a property to achieve the maximum potential sale, without sitting on the marketSeemed like a good idea, so for this month I wrote up    Report #4 – “Establishing the Optimal Listing Price for a Top Dollar Sale.” In this report, I talk a bit about the classic dilemma of over-pricing versus under-pricing, and the fact that often, if you play your cards right, you can get more by asking lessOf course, other times, it’s better to defy the comparable sales, and ask moreWe’ll talk about how to evaluate that in detail, and come up with the best strategy for you and your family. If you want a copy of this month’s report, or either of the other four, just drop me an email at report@shrewsbury.net and I will email them right over for youThese things have been compiled from my 28 years as one of the top Realtors in the state, and I really think you’ll find them to be truly unique and informative. Speaking of increasing the value of your home, let’s not forget my famous “Homeowners Blend Program” program, which has been worth thousands upon thousands of dollars to local home ownersNow in its 22nd year, it has continued to be known throughout the region as a fantastic opportunity for sellers to save up to 50 percent on real estate fees when selling their home, WITHOUT having to give up a thing in returnWhen you think about it, what could be a better way to increase the net sales price of your home than saving thousands of dollars in expenses? Normally, I don’t use that during the spring market, when it’s pretty hot anyway, but right now, we are facing a critical lack of inventory, and I have buyers just waiting by the phone.    Steve Levine is President of Steve Levine, Inc., and an agent at REMAX Professional Associates in ShrewsburyHe has over 28 years of experience in the local marketplace, and has been ranked 10 times as a Top Agent in New EnglandHe can be reached at steve@shrewsbury.net or 508-735-4663.   Steve Levine, President Steve Levine, Inc. RE/MAX Professional Associates #1 REMAX Agent in New England – 10 Years www.stevelevine.com E-mail: steve@stevelevine.net 508-735-4663 Blog this! Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Tweet about it Print for later Tell a friend Short URL: http://www.communityadvocate.com/?p=74983 Posted by Community Advocate Staff on May 26 2016Filed under Real Estate. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. 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