How Do You Save a "Stale" Sale?

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Real Estate Agent with Signature Real Estate

We have all had a listing that, for whatever reason, just does not sell. And the longer it sits on the market, the less attractive it becomes to some buyers. Price reductions can often "confirm" these buyers' misconceptions that "there must be something wrong with it."

How do you combat this? What strategies or marketing techniques do you utilize? What advice do you heed in these situations? Are there ways to make a property "fresh" again? How do you save a listing? Does your local board of REALTORS have regulations that pertain to this situation?

We'd love to hear thoughts from agents everywhere!

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Comments (1)

Deborah Byron Leffler BzyBee Real Estate Lady!
Keller Williams Realty Boise - Nampa, ID

It is a tough one....I think that you have to lower the price to be less than what the actives are on the market....even if the pendings/solds are more...then it is is more attractive tothe buyers...if you start out high it is very difficult to get it tothe right price  as you are constantly chasing the market.

Good Luck!!

May 07, 2010 03:50 AM