Therefore, please discuss this with your listing broker and agent if you have questions and concerns about the listing of your property.
Best of luck.
Good luck! :)
Some MLS systems don't let you change the market time, and some websites that "buyers" subscribe to don't send out emails on re-lists. Sigh.
You do have the right feeling that when a listing is "New," it gets attention. The thing is, it's not "new," and there's no "refreshment" possible. Home "buyers" are going to know that it's not a new listing, and the real problem is that in a slow market, "buyers" aren't in a hurry to go out and "buy."
If your agent is doing callbacks, s/he's probably heard from showing agents that the house is near or at the top of the buyer's "list," which drives me crazy.
The balance, in this market, is between pricing the home high enough to make it worth selling and pricing it low enough to blow away the competition. I don't blame any seller for not wanting to compete on price with short sales . . .
And, I'd forget that bonus to the buyer's agent.
All the best,