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Gary Coleman, Home Buyer in Ridgeley, WV

If your house is in good condition and in a nice location and have had no response, should you change agents? Had no offers good or bad.

Asked by Gary Coleman, Ridgeley, WV Thu Oct 18, 2012

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Switching agents isn't necessarily the answer. I don't know what market conditions are like in your area but that might be part of the issue. It sounds like it's time for a frank discussion with your agent. Ask your agent for his or her honest opinion - are there things you could do to make your house more marketable? Should you consider reducing your price? Ask for updates on market activity for properties similar to yours. How long are properties on the market before they sell? What properties have sold since yours has been listed? Ask your agent for input as to how those properties differed from yours?

Good luck with your sale. It can be a crazy making process. When you get to the other side - with an offer and then a sale - you feel so much better. In the meantime - hang in there!
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