WHAT TO DO IF YOUR PROPERTY HASN'T SOLD IN 30 DAYS
Unfortunately, not all properties sell the first time they’re listed for sale, even in a hot market. Those that do sell can go pretty quickly. Around 20% to 30% of properties fail to find a buyer. Whatever the reasons for this are, you need to ask yourself the following questions:
Is my home priced right? This should be one of the first things you consider. You need to make sure your for sale price is a true reflection of your property’s value and prevailing market sentiment. There’s no point sticking to an unrealistic value that’s way out of kilter with the market – this in itself could be the reason your property hasn’t sold. Do I have great quality photographs? The first thing your potential buyers will see when they search online are photos of your home. You’ve lost them right there if you don’t have attractive well-composed images that will make them want to schedule a visit. Is my home in top condition? Look around your neighborhood and then at your home. If most of your neighbors’ homes for sale are selling quickly, you may need to consider some updates or repairs. If sales are slow all around you, make changes so that your home stands out. Sometimes that means simple things like changing the color of your front door or doing some landscaping for great curb appeal. Consider these three variables when building a strategy to sell your home fast and at top dollar.
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