It's truly hard to say. If the home is priced correctly here in Austin they are now selling pretty quickly and may not have many showings before an offer is wrote. Other things to note is how does the property show in the MLS. Are there plenty of good pictures showing the positive features of your home. This is what drives people to your home so time must be taken to ensure the home appeals to the largest possible audience.
If after 10-12 days you are not getting much traffic and have had no offers it may be time to take another good hard look at the comps. Look at homes that have went under contract since your home came on the market. Take a good hard honest look and make sure your home not only is showing as good as it can but is also priced correctly.
It's easy to think a home compares favorably but in reality it may not. I would recommend having your agent take you out to look at 2-3 homes you are competing with. If you can get into one that is under contract even better. This will give you some much needed information so that you can have that conversation with your agent about price and anything else that can be done.
This is what I do with my clients to ensure the home is not only priced correctly but also ensuring it shows as good as it can... in the end this always gets my client top dollar. You only get once shot to be new on the market... act quickly and make sure you are where you need to be on the attributes that count as they are what eventually sells your home!
Best of luck to you.
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As Susie said, how your listing is represented in MLS & on the web directly affects which listings buyers choose to spend their time on. The price range and community where you are located is also a factor.
The best way to judge if you are getting more or less showings than other similar properties is from statistics provided by Centralized Showing Service which schedules showings for the majority of listings in north Texas. Your agent can access the number of showings in a price range by zip code. By comparing that to the number of active listings on the market, give you an educated guess at the average number of showings each should have had for a specific time frame. Then you can tell if you are getting more or less than the average.
Timing is everything. April & May were busy, but June may drop off as families go on vacation. We also just went through a holliday weekend which are impossible to factor as good or bad. Give it a couple of weeks, then evaluate the stats.
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ready and willing buyers, and those who are approved to buy in a certain price range, are starting to
look for homes on the internet, either on their own or with the assistance of their trusted Buyers Agent, and they will then only go out and look at properties if they think they saw something they did like
on the internet, or they like the price size and location....
So do not get frustrated too early, especially since we are in most if not all areas of US in a buyers market, i.e. more homes on the market than there are ready and willing and capable buyers, so the
buyers can cherry pick and take their time, there is no hurry. So it requires from the sellers a well prepared, well showing and well priced home and yes PATIENCE until the right buyer comes along.
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I know if the listings are getting 1 a day, they'll probably sell.
If you get 1 a week, we're probably more in the lucky mode.
Of course all you need is one good one. If you had a double you're probably on the right track.
Showings depend on lots of different things...price range, and how much competition you have and marketing.
Good luck with the sale.
It all depends. I had listings with more than 3 showings in a week. It's important that your home shows well on the photos/MLS so buyers will come and see AND that it shows well when buyers come to view/visit the property. Your agent should be able to give you advice so your property shows well and priced well, which I think you are already doing.
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