After five years of attempting to sell, to begine wondering at this point is bewildering.
OK, fives years ago was 2009 and sales were difficult.
One can only wonder if you have adjusted your strategy from that time. That is 1,825 days on the market. A buyer is guaranteed to ask, "What's wrong with this house?"
Let assume a typo and you question should read.. 5 MONTHS.
What is needed is a link to your current listing so a real review can take place.
Of course, it is important to know HOW your are attempting to sell your home
* Flat FEE Broker
* Discount Broker
* Limited Service
* Full Service
* First Look
What you choose WILL make a difference.
GIve a little more information.
Best of success.
I would love to talk to you about helping you sell your home.
Please call me at (708) 262-4506.
Thanks, Brent Eckert of The Eckert Group
NMLS # 6395
Financing Kentucky One Home at a Time
I answer questions about financing real estate based on my decades of experience dealing with mortgage underwriters. I do not offer legal or tax advice, if you need answers from an attorney or CPA find one knowledgeable in your local market.
You should also update the pictures in the MLS and make sure you have enough to 'paint the picture' to an online shopper (which is almost everybody). And, make sure the property is easily shown. In other words, verify the system by which the listing brokerage or your agent uses to schedule showings. You want to use the most efficient professional system you can to get back to showing agents quickly through several different communication channels. (Are you being notified of showings via text, email, and phone? Is the showing agent replied back to in all forms?, etc. etc.)
Once you reassess, reprice, and relist all of the various web-activity reports you are receiving along with activity report from the MLS and showing activity should be telling as to whether or not you nailed it. Look for a dramatic uptick in detail views in the marketing reports.
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