What does your Realtor say? Hopefully you have it listed with a Realtor? He/she should be the one to ask. I have no idea what your agent is doing or not doing. If you're getting lots of showings, but no offers, then you need to figure out what's turning people off. Your agent should be the one following up with Buyers' Agents.... more
if an agent has a buyer that will meet your price and terms why would you not let him/her show their client your property??? Please reconsider.
What do you think buyers will like most about your property????
Why would a buyer choose your home over the many competing homes for sale???
To sell you home you have to think like a buyer. Like you and me, buyers want a good value when theyt spend their money, especially when buying a home.
Why do you think your property didn't sell??? Unless a property is not marketed properly, overpricing is usually the reason. Did you have showings???? Did you get offers???
No showings = overpriced
Showings but no offers or low offers = not priced in line with comparable sold and current for sale properties. Buyers not perceiving your home as a good value.
For Example, if you're asking $2 million for a home where the comparable homes are at $1 million, you have little chance of selling.
I wish you good luck in getting your home sold. No Obligation, If you email me your homes address I'll give you my opinion about the property and the price:
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Tracy we do not have any records in the MLS system that will go back that far but I could research it in the tax records for you. I am not sure if this will have anything to do with your capital gains. Is this your primary residence? Call me at 314-581-2260 and I will see what I can find for you.
Here is a link that may help you know if it will even apply to this property.
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Maggie, My real estate partner, Terri Lessaris, and I have sold many condos in Ridgeview over the last few years. There are a few agents that sells condos in there but no one with a large market share. Terri and I both live in a subdivision nearby and many of our neighbors have moved into Ridgeview. We are very familiar with the complex and are top selling agents in the area. If you would like more information, you can email us at Ann&Terri@psphomes.com or call me at 314.706.0481.
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I called me mortgage guy Chet Heileman to ask him for the answer. He said its a very long process that starts with you having to get the whole condo complex to agree to going FHA approved thru the Home Owners assoc.. (good luck with getting three people to agree on anything)
Its not impossible its just a long and tedious process, good luck my friend.... more
Having a neighborhood pool, tennis courts, playground, clubhouse and walking paths through a neighborhood always bring the quality of a neighborhood up over those that do not have any amenities. There is an intrensic value of desireability over those neighborhoods that don't have anything extra. If you were looking for a home as a buyer and all other things were approximately equal (location, overall landscaping and ambience to name a few), you would probably lean towards the neighborhood that offered more. As to adding actual $$$ value to your house, where it DOES add money is in the length of time your home would be on the market over others of your caliber in other neighborhoods. It is a great marketing message to put your home above the rest and you probably would get a higher dollar in a shorter period of time on a level playing field. Just having those things would not overcome poor location, poor upkeep or a thousand other elements people look at when purchasing.
I guess that's a convoluted way of saying yes it would add value but not if the rest of the package isn't equally appealing. Buyers look at the whole picture and the more you have of what they want, the more your property is worth.
Hope this helps.
Trisha Lee REMAX Boone Realty, Columbia, MO... more