Well, there have been about 20 properties a month sold in that zip code but they have all been below 300k, if your property is over this price then have patience, buyers around that area are looking for other kinds of properties.
If your property is below 300k then the activity has been there. The properties sold are of all sizes and prices (from 29k to even 300k), so people shouldâ€™ve been at least calling to see your property if as you said the price is right.
If the property is below this price then it has to be a marketing problem. The first thing you should check is the MLS data your agent is using to market the property, specially the photos. To do that you may go to my site: http://rebycarlos.com/search_the_central_florida_mls.html
and input the MLS number or the zip code and price of your home so you can find it in there. Then, you can see what remarks your agent is using and what the photos look like.
Your photos should make your house look better than it really is. If your home is nice then they should make your house look even nicer, that way clients will be excited to see it. The MLS data is probably the most important marketing information for any listing because that data gets syndicated to a lot of other agent websites and company sites.
Last but not least, if your marketing is good, the price is good and agents are still not showing your property; then evaluate the commission your Realtor is offering to cooperating agents. Some agents (Especially new agents) might elect to show a similar property that pays more and not yours if it pays less.
I hope you find the answer and your property sells fast.
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Best Regards and Good Luck!
Carlos German 407 744 7190 http://www.rebycarlos.com