It all depends on how you price and market your house, the market has improved. I just recently sold a house for a client for $7000 less than what it was bought during the market hype at the end of 2005. They were expecting to get a bigger hit since the market has not fully recovered. If you would like free market analysis of your home, please call me at 540-737-8150 or you can fill out the form in my web site http://www.buyorsellfredericksburg.com for free Comparative Market Analysis.
I am just checking in to see if you decided to keep your dream home and if you are doing well?
The inventory is lower than it has been in many years and depending on your reasons for moving now
might be a good time to evaluate your home with the market pricing.
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All market conditions are local..however..I would not sell your property at this time. If you can hold on to your property for a year or more, you have a better chance of selling when the market has adjusted.
Sorry to be blunt with my next statement and please don't take offense... Unfortunately, the market nor potential buyers care about how much you need to get out of it nor how much you're losing. And neither you nor your agent have any power or control over market value. Market value is what it is...
OK - now I KNOW you never want to talk to me! Don't cry.