I do not know the specifics of your situation, however a property listed for two years tells me there are serious problems...and I am not sure that your Realtor is the problem.
Some basics in selling and buying residential real estate. The person that buys your home, sees it the first time with a Realtor. 90% of the time. So for that to happen , TWO things occur:
1. The Realtor thinks the property is a good deal
2. The Buyer thinks the property is a good deal.
So with all the marketing that I do, I know that 90% of the time a Realtor is going to bring the buyer, 10% of the time the buyer will see the home on their own and our team might represent them.
Why is that important to you?
How many homes, like yours, have sold in the last two years?
How many homes, like yours, are on the market right now?
We use a tool called "the absorption rate" Take the total number of homes like yours on the market, divide it by the the number of homes like yours that have sold in the last month, and that rate is the number of months it will take to sell the average home, like yours.
You should also know that homes that sell within the first 30 days sell for closes to asking price. The longer the days on market, the greater the gap between asking price and selling price. Unforutnately everyone and their mother will know what you home DID NOT sell for during the past two years.
So when you talk about innovative market and "new ways" to sell your home, I think you have a more serious problem. Agents that look at the pricing history of a home like yours may very well not take the listing because we don't think you are serious about selling. With the degree to which the market has shifted it appears (and I realize I may be wrong) that you may not have been "serious sellers" for two years. Now, if at this point you ARE SERIOUS, I would interview three Realtors, and LISTEN TO THEIR PRICING STRATEGY.
The Realtor's job is to expose your property to the market. What features offer buyers the most value. Unfortunately at this point you are probably going to make more concessions (include appliances, offer a buy down program, help with closing costs) if you are serious about selling.
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