Price - Exposure - Appeal all have to be in line to get activity. Once you get activity you need to close the deal. Once you close the deal you need to get through to closing....it's nothing like most sellers think. I can tell you, there aren't hoardes of buyers headed your way......
David knows the area as do I - if you want to know pretty quickly shoot us your address. The data is going to be the final word - remember that the house has to appraise or things can get hairy.
It is very likely you can sell your home in 6 months or less. Everything I sell I sell in less than 6 months. You haven't provided nearly enough information for anyone to answer your question effectively. It takes a lot more than beds, baths, age, and mortgage amount for me to determine a possible sale price. I would be happy to come to your home and preview it and then do the research required to give you an accurate assessment of a potential sale price. Then you can determine if you can "afford" to sell your home. Keep in mind, your mortgage is not a deciding factor in what price to place on your home. List Price is one of your most strategic factors in determining how long your home will be on the market. That is the biggest mistake most home sellers make. They hire an agent they can control instead of hiring a professional who is knowledgeable and committed enough to SELLING the home to provide you with honest and strategic information. What a Buyer is willing to pay for you home is the only thing that matters and that is the information I will provide to you. I'll assume your home is in Curtis Farm since that is the nearest new subdivision to Creekview. I know that area well. Please call me today and let's set up an appointment to discuss if selling your home in the next 6 months is even a possibility.
David Brower, Associate Broker