This is an amazing market.... there are great deals to be found everywhere! If this is the case, then why hasn't your home sold?
Some homes are flying off the market as soon as they are listed and some homes sit around for a while before the buyer comes. Is there anything you can do to help your house be one of the first homes that sells?
The #1 most important tip you must follow is to be realistic about the price. You don't want to overprice your home by $30,000 only to have it sit around waiting for a buyer that finally comes along a year later after 3 price reductions. You need to price the house realistically from the start!
A lot of sellers may shop around for a REALTOR that will suggest the highest price and then will list their house with that REALTOR. If it would be possible to sell your house at that higher price, don't you wonder why the other 5 REALTORS you talked to didn't recommend that price? Also, if you have received several offers around the same price, that could be an indication that your home is priced too high.
Before listing your home I would recommend watching what other homes in your neighborhood are doing. What price are they listed for? How long have they been on the market? How does the location and condition of your house compare to those other homes? Then ask a REALTOR to do a market analysis on your area so you can see the statistics in writing. This should provide a clearer picture of where you should price your home.
If you have questions, or would like a free market analysis of your home, please contact Chrissy Moock Cutler Real Estate 330-936-2519. Visit my website to complete a virtual market analysis on your own.