As you state that it is after closing, apparently you signed the settlement statement. That means you reviewed it and accepted it as accurate and aggreed to it. Although extremely unlikely, you could consult a lawyer to see if there is a remedy available, but most likely what is done is done as it was unfortunately your negligence in not thorooughly reading what you signed.
How well do you really know you are priced? Did you have an appraisal that got you to the price you have it listed for? Do you know what other properties in the area have really sold for and are pending close REALLY? I would go to one of the prospective buyers that did look at it and get more of a strong feedback. Find out if they bought in the neighborhood really for less. By cheaper what do you mean? These are all questions you have to ask yourself and find out before you make any decisions to change price. How motivated are you to sell? If it is price would you be prepared to lower to what others in the area coparable have sold for?... more
Hi, great question! Unfortunately, there is no "norm". When a buyer is interested in a particular home, it's in his best interest to submit an offer as soon as possible. The Spring market is starting to pick up, and as a result I am seeing multiple offer situations. You would not seem pushy at all for calling for feedback.
Each buyer is unique. Some want to see numberous homes prior to making an offer; Others are still waiting for prices to drop.
You mentioned that you are a FSBO. Are you willing to work with a buyer that has a realtor? If not, this may be a drawback. If so, when you call the agent for feedback also remind him that you are co-oping with realtors. :-)