Lucy - I question if you have a real estate agent. If you do then they should be albe to pull you the most recent comps and let you see what final selling prices are.
If you do not then I would suggest you look around your neighborhood. Grab some flyers and check out the stats compaired to yours and the list price.
And in this market a house that sold for 800k in fact may only sell for 600k this year.... more
Everything is negotiable Guy
Smaller commission=less marketing=longer time on market=lower sale price=an agent that will be weak in negotiating the best price for your home.
But it is negotiable :)... more
In my experience if you've had 10 showings and no offers the market has rejected your price. You made a (difficult, I'm sure) but wise decision to adjust the price. Give it some time to work. If it was just adjusted a week ago your REALTOR has probably hardly had time to update all of the marketing and whatnot. Hang in there and allow it some time to work.
Best of Luck!
With Your Success in Mind,
Keller Williams Integrity First Realty
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