Lori Simpson, Both Buyer and Seller in Weatherford, OK

what is the market looking like for sellers in the Willow Park area?

Asked by Lori Simpson, Weatherford, OK Sun Jun 27, 2010

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Lori,

I took a peek at your home listing. Here's some tough love for you (sorry)...hopefully your Realtor has already given you this advice and you are in the process of following their guidance; remove and pack away anything that is not needed on a daily basis. There are some lovely counters in the kitchen but they are cluttered and don't get to show off like they should because of clutter. Same way with the wood floors, they are really nice but remove the throw rugs. Show them off even more. Remove a lot of the wall hangings,the wall paper is very busy and the wall hangings make it even more so....have you thought about letting more light in and getting new pictures taken. The pictures on our MLS show a winter yard and bare trees, and the pictures on our MLS are not flattering to your home. The key thing to remember is that this home is now an asset that you are trying to sell. Remove everything that stands in the way of making that sale. Try to remove all emotion from your thought process and pack away anything that isn't needed. I understand completely that some things are sentimental, but you don't have to throw them away just pack them away and bring them out in the new home. For now your goal is to sell this place. Talk with your Realtor and let them be completely honest with you, and follow their advice. They want to sell it also. Good luck Lori!


Jackie
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Jul 17, 2010
49 properties on the market; 23 properties sold in the past 6 months so you are looking at over a year's worth of inventory on the market; over the past 6 months the days on market for the solds ranged from 3 to 306 with an average of 49 days; however since the active inventory has increased so much the active days on market is now over 90 days, so definitely means our sellers in that area need to be competitive with their pricing and be in super condition to be one of the few that get chosen for a sale. If you are selling your home, price it ahead of the market. Hope that helps!!

Jackie
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Jun 27, 2010
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