How To Sell A Socal House That Didn't Sell
Socal Home Owner - If your home has just come off the market and hasn't sold, don't be discouraged. The reason your home did not sell may have nothing to do with your home or the market. In reality, your home may have been one of the more desirable properties for sale. So Why Didn't Your Home Sell?
Last year many of the homes listed for sale never sold at all, and many sellers found that there was a tremendous amount a homeowner needed to be educated on to sell their home for top dollar in the shortest time period. Don't risk making the wrong choices and losing both time and money on your investment. Before you hire a realtor, know the right questions to ask to save you time and money.
Industry experts have prepared a free special report called "How to Sell a House that Didn't Sell" which educates you on the issues involved.
If your home has just come off the market and hasn’t sold, don’t be discouraged. The
reason it didn’t sell may have nothing to do with your home or the market. In reality, your
home may have been one of the more desirable properties for sale. If your listing has expired and you still want results, before you put your home back on the market, take a step
back and review your situation.
Q. Where should you begin?
A. Start by making a commitment to do what it takes to market your house to get it sold.
With the right system, the home sale you want is still well within reach.
Q. Why didn’t your home sell?
A. Review your previous selling plan and you’ll discover that an expired listing usually reflects a problem in one or more of these four major areas:
3. Condition of Your Home, and
Why Don’t Some Houses Sell?
4 Important Points That Will Get Your House Sold!
Your home is a major financial investment, and your
relationship with your Realtor® should be a full partnership where your needs and wishes are heard, and
you receive detailed and dependable feedback on
the progress of your sale. Your agent has a responsibility to source this feedback from the agents who
have shown your home, and to communicate this to
you so together you can make the right decisions
about what to do next. How well did this occur the
last time you had your home up for sale?
2. Pricing Did price work for or against you? The “right” price depends on market conditions, competition and the condition of your home. Pricing it too high is as dangerous as pricing it too low. If your home doesn’t compare favorably with others in the price range you’ve set, you won’t be taken seriously by prospects or agents. You’ll get the facts when you see the statistics!