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Home still available? http://www.trulia.com/property/3043630061-723-Meadowbrooke-Cir-Duncanville-TX-75137

Asked by jespinoza165@gmail.com, Thu Apr 4, 2013

I was told it was taken off the market but would be back in a month or so. What is the strategy behind this? Listing says the home was put up 8 days ago

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T.E. Sumner’s answer
Sometimes the seller wants to make updates or repairs to the property without having potential buyers see the mess. So, they take it off the market and do the changes and then return it to the market upon completion. There can be other reasons but this is commonly the reason.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Apr 4, 2013
I did that with one of my properties, needed to fix a few things after initial inspection, took it off market for 6 months to complete, after 6 months went back on market, sold in less than 24 hours..
Flag Sun Jun 29, 2014
Hello,

The MLS shows that this home is temporarily off the market.

If you would like to send me all the criteria you are looking for in a property, I can set you up in my system so that whenever something does become available that meets your needs, you will be the first to know.

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Apr 4, 2013
What could be the reason for pulling a listing after 8 days and stating that it will be back on the market in a short period?
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