1) Location - where is your home, what are the other homes nearby selling for, how many are on the market?
2) Condition - do you have upgraded kitchen and baths? do you need repairs?
3) Price - how is your home priced compared to other homes on the market? It IS a competition!
4) Marketing - how many people know your house is for sale?
Which park do you live in? Windsor, Twin Hills, Country Club? They have similar houses. Garfield, Garfield East, Garfield North, and Hawthorne have similar houses. Pennypacker, Buckingham, and Somerset have similar houses. If you want to sell your home fast, we can analyze the market and make sure your house is priced better than the competition. Then, we can advertise it on the web to get the exposure you need to bring in buyers. I live in Willingboro and have sold lots of homes there, so call me so we can get started.
Keller Williams Realty
Please feel free to call me to discuss your options; I am very familiar with the area.
~ Robert Greenblatt
Keller Williams Realty, Cherry Hill
but... price determines how long it takes to sell everything, houses, cars, furniture, etc: you name it, if it's for sale price will sell it.
No matter what condition, no matter what location, if the house is priced to reflect all of those issues it will sell.
There could be hundreds of homes just like your home for sale but... if your home is the one priced right your home will be the one to sell all the others that are priced wrong are called inventory.
Find an agent that isn't afraid to tell you that and you'll have an agent that sells your house.
When you talk with an agent ask that agent to bring the "history" of all closed sales and current/active listings, history is how long it sat on the market, how many agents had it listed, and how many price reductions it took to get the closed price, or in the case of active listings (NSY) not sold yet.