Some superb answers on this thread. It's true, volume does not necessarily mean quality service. A personal observation on my part: even though over the years I've built up a good business, I will say that when I first started out that even though I had a smaller amount of listings and buyers, that I was able to devote a much larger amount of attention to those clients.
I know that all of these responses don't directly answer your question, but these agents would be doing you a disservice to let it go as a simple matter of statistics.... more
Depending on what your price range is on the condo may change just how many are available at this time. It also may be in a first time buyer range and they will be looking hard through the next 3 months. if you own it outright and it is empty you obviously live at another location, maybe own another home? So the repeat buyer credit does not help you, but the first time buyer credit does. If you happen to be looking to purchase you may lose money on a sale but you may make it up on a good buy and if you add in the potential repeat buyer credit along with low interest rates, it may be a perfect time to sell and move on. You may need to hold it for years to make back that 35k, and each year costs you another 5k. You could rent it to someone you really trust and have it cost you nothing to hold, even make a few bucks. I guess it really depends on your entire situation.... more