Selling or buying a home in today’s supposedly turbulent market? Check out this recent story in the Wall Street Journal, which offers a few interesting tips about pricing a home from a strategic standpoint. For example, which is a better price for your $300,000 home: $295,000 or $295,385? You might be surprised to know that $295,000, according to the story, conveys "quality" while $295,385 might indicate a "bargain," meaning that the higher number might actually be the more effective one in a competitive market. That’s just one of the conclusions in the story, which contains some ideas that would work just as easily at Saturday’s garage sale, too…


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