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That question depends on each brokerage, but I personally will take a listing for as short as 30 days if our initial market position is one that is certain to create urgency and excitement amongst the limited buyer pool. Realtors get paid to sell homes, and if the sellers do not position their homes properly then it will be a much longer process. Hope this is helpful. Best
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The amount of time that a house is listed varies because it is all negotiable. If you are interested in hearing about eXp Realty and our 3% listing program I would more than happy to explain that to you.
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Do you mean- what is the shortest time period a listing agreement can be made for? If that is your question, I imagine it could be any length of time. I usually suggest a minimum of six months, but it is flexible, depending on the situation... and it can always be cancelled or withdrawn before it expires, too. To the best of my knowledge there is no required duration of a listing.
If you mean- how quickly can a hose be listed, well, that depends, too. An experienced and organized agent can have your listing active within a day or two of initial contact, if the seller is prepared and in a hurry.
If you mean- how quickly can a house sell for... a house can sell on the first day it is on the market. The listing lasts until the closing actually happens, which can take a few weeks or a few months, but the listing will no longer be active.
I hope one of these was the answer you're looking for!