I would hesitate to write "make offer" under comments. A comment like that would be more appropriate for a used sofa being sold on Craigslist. I personally feel that it gives a sense of desperation. If I represented a buyer trying to purchase a home stating "make offer", I can guarantee you, that you would not like our first offer. I would also shy away from writing "motivated seller" unless you real are in a urgent rush, a distress situation or in a Short Sale situation.
Try other options in attracting attention to your home. I'm not sure what your total asking price is on your home and how much of a difference 2- 3K would affect your listing. This a discussion you need to have with your Listing Agent. Incentives may be a way for you to go as well.
we have 4bed and one bath. and cant get it to go for 269,000 what?
Try to recall how you responded the last time you hear a 'make me an offer' request.
Such requests do not appear except before a reluctant buyer.
"Make an offer" are the words that doom a home to stay in the For Sale status a long time.
The easiest and brainless way to proceed is just keep dropping the price. However, whether this positions your 'aged' listing in a manner benefical to you is suspect.
You should focus your energies on where you went wrong.
I looked up your listing and have friends that live in your neighborhood off Elm st and I have driven by your home Many times. It may be a better option to do some upgrades/add the bathroom you mentioned to get to a price that is acceptable to you. It also looks like your home is expired on the MLS, if you would like a second opinion on what I can offer in selling your home, the time it will take, and the differences between a flat fee agent and one that works off a set commission.... I am happy to help or answer any questions you may have and am available via phone, email, or text.
Best of luck with selling,
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Servicing Park City, Salt Lake, and the surrounding areas
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Since you cannot take a 'shepard's hook' and drag someone in to buy your home, you have to 'entice'. You can entice by having a stellar property, a good price, good terms, etc.
It sounds like you need some honest feedback on price and showing condition of your property. In Salt Lake, a seller can ask me for help even if I am not the listing agent and I could give an 'opinion' on both showing and price. It might be worth it to try to get a 3rd party opinion.
The bottom line is that your home is compared to other homes by real people just like you. If someone thinks they can get a better deal elsewhere than that is precisely what they will do. Unfortunately it doesn't matter what a seller thinks there home is worth, it only matters what the buyer thinks it is worth.
If you have 2 low offers, that is a strong indication that you are over priced! Than may make you sad, but if you really want to sell then you have to be able to take feedback and use it.