Re-list your home only if you are willing to adjust the price and/or the condition of your home.
Century 21 Diversified
Keller Williams Realty
appointments, etc. Most agents will give you a break on the listing
commission if you buy your next home through them - me included.
Lots of folks who haven't sold, pull their homes off for the Holidays
and then go back on.
Price is king and selling is a competition between your home and
others in the same price range. You need to be priced competitively.
Thanks for asking,
You sure can't blame your Listing Agent for now doing his Marketing!
You cannot say the Market is slow.
You cannot fault the other Realtors in town for now showing the house.
So, either the house stinks and shows badly,
Or the PRICE is way too high.
You can do the math.
Kristen Yazel, REALTOR (R)
The Stacy Barry Group
Century 21 Scheetz
(317) 721-2745 - direct
There is a ton of info to take in, but the bottom line is this: if you take your home OFF of the market right now, it has to be OFF the market 90 days and on the 91st day it is considered a "new" listing in our computer system. If you take it off now, and put it on in January, the "Days on Market (DOM) will just add on to what it already is. Does that make sense?
People who are "looking" at homes during these winter/holiday months, typically are serious buyers.
Feel free to shoot me a text to discuss...be happy to help just put your mind at east. (317)503-0532.
PS. Century 21 Scheetz has some of THE most amazing marketing tools and techniques specific to just our company too...I can share those with you as well
The big question is why haven't you gotten any solid offers? I know it can be frustrating to show the house so many times and yet not sell. It could be price, condition, location.....what feedback are you getting from the agents?
Make sure you partner with an agent that is working for you and giving you information that will help you make good decisions. It's easy for me to say leave it on the market but maybe there are reasons that make sense for you to take a break.
Good luck! And you have my info of you have any questions. Julianne
The Andrew Neal Group
I see you also asked whether to keep your home on market through the
winter or wait until spring to relist.
Many businesses relocate employees during the Christmas season,
while the inventory of homes on market is at its lowest point in the year.
If you stay on market you may be rewarded. However, adjust your price
and take a hard look at the things prospective buyers have complained
about and see if you can mitigate any of those.
When agents and prospective buyers look at the number of days you've
been on the market, they worry there might be something wrong with the
home when that number seems over long. Address that with a price
reduction and if you've made any physical changes, mention those in
the listing remarks to allay any fears.
Prudential Indiana Realty Group
I'd like to add that I find it sometimes helpful to ask those who viewed your
property what they bought instead. You must adjust the price or the conditions
of your house to make it more appealing to prospective buyers. Think of it as
I should state that any property will sell at the right price. That's the first place
Prudential Indiana Realty Group
I would suggest reviewing the feedback from those 55 showings to see the pattern in responses. This should tell you the issue. If it's condition, is it possible to improve? If it's price, are you able to adust?
Interest rates are still great, buyers out there now are serious buyers and competition is not as steep as the SPRING SELLING season. If you are serious about selling your home I don't see any reason not to re-list to sell. Maybe a few changes are the only thing needed.
I hope this has helped in your decision for selling your home and I am happy to help.
Amy W Corey
Good news is you've had 55 showings! Some sellers are in the same boat you are and a common thought is to wait until spring to list it again. There are buyers still out there and now due to those "Spring listings" expiring less competition. If you are in a position to list your home, now might be a great time to get the results you're looking for. Good luck to you!
F.C. Tucker Company