This is a question that you should be presenting to your agent not to strangers on the internet. Ask your agent, "What's wrong with my offer?"
I would imagine that after a year of making futile offers, your agent has already advised you. Sometimes we can only hear what we want to hear.
Are you too slow about getting your offer in?
Are your offers too low?
Do you have a pile of contingencies?
Are you using FHA/VA backed financing?
Is your agent working with a mortgage lender who requires them to forfeit a portion of their compensation?
Are you attempting to buy a $225,000 home in a $360,000 community?
Are your committed or are you using multiple agents?
Are you indecisive?
Now that you have defined the pattern you have followed for over a year that has failed miserably, you clearly understand choosing to repeat these actions is insanity.
it is easy, NOW, to make the needed corrections.
Here it is.
"What are you willing to change?"
It's as simple as that!
Get with your agent and get real.
As long as you demonstrate you are inflexible, not agile, indecisive, non-committal, your agent will not open the treasure box of solutions. They would be a waste of time on someone who can not recognize and respond to what the market place is clearly saying. Only when you abandon, reckon to be dead, the current strategy, your agent can not invest the time and resources to create the environment to make your purchase offers attractive.
What are you willing to change?
Best of success to you,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax Realtec Group
Palm Harbor, FL