It is critical that you set your Las Vegas home's price correctly. Most buyer activity occurs during the first 4 to 8 weeks that a home is on the market. The last thing you want is for your overpriced home to grow stale on the market. You may have to sell it for even less than if you would have priced it correctly in the first place.
Las Vegas agents compete for the right to help you sell your property. Many of them will over promise and under deliver. They will promise you whatever price you want to hear so they can get the listing and then they will convince you later once you are under contract that it is too high when no one has seen the property. Many homes will finally sell for less than what the seller is lead to believe.
Another factor regarding your Las Vegas homes sale is the amount of exposure it gets. Executing an effective marketing plan will put the house in front of as many people as are needed to get it sold quickly and for the highest possible price. The proper plan will help you avoid committing to a lowball offer.
Your Las Vegas agent will be key in helping your determine the right price and the right marketing strategy. He/she will set realistic expectations and work with you to achieve your goals.