Recognize that, just as a former president said, "It depends on what the definition of 'is' is," the word "quick" depends on both average days on market and the seller's perception of "quick." In the hot market of a few years ago, when properties would sell in 7-14 days (or less), a quick sale might have been a sale in 1-4 days. Now, in some markets, when the average days on market is, let's say, 100, you might define a "quick sale" as 30 days on market...or 40 days...or 20 days.
As all the other comments note, the factor that usually most helps promote a quick sale of a property is pricing the property substantially below the comps. Not "market value," per se--as Adela and Lawrence term it--because "market value" is whatever a willing buyer and willing seller agree to. But that's a minor point/quibble.
Hope that helps.
A Quick Sale is a trade that either wants to happen quickly, has happened quickly or is presently happening quickly. In England our property industry terminology is slightly different to the USA so we don't use terms like short sale or rarely use real estate. We consider selling a property fast for whatever reason the 'Quick sale' industry. I have personally been a UK cash buyer in this industry for over 18 years and have always considered a quick sale being one were the seller is motivated to sell their property fast.
Sorry if this is stating the obvious.
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