Breaking News! Matthew Plummer and MVP Realty Group both beat the 2021 average percentage of list-to-sale price ratio. Meaning on average, Matthew's listings sold for 5% over the average for the rest of Thurston County and MVP's listings, as a whole, sold for about 3% over. 

What it Means?

The sale-to-list price percentage is the final sale price of a home, divided by the last list price. If it's above 100%, the home sold for more than than the original asking price. If it's less than 100%, the home sold for less than the original asking price. 

Why is it Important?

Looking at sale-to-list percentages can help buyers and sellers get a sense of how to negotiate on pricing. For individual listings, high list-to-sell ratios are a direct result of agents using accurate and up-to-date sales data to help guide a home owner to the right sale price for their home. A Realtor's personal percentage is a direct result of their negotiation skills. Some agents don’t even know their list-to-sell ratio. Or their average days on market, or even their number of transactions last year. Yikes. These are all great questions to ask a Realtor when you are discussing the job of selling your most precious financial asset.