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Asked by Something-new, Miracle Mile, Los Angeles, CA Fri Apr 27, 2012

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Olivier Less…, , Santa Monica, CA
Fri Apr 27, 2012
If should not be the jobs of the client to think about ways to induce offers from potential buyers. As Michelle said if the property is priced right then it doesn't matter what your agent is doing, if its on the market in a desirable location st the right price you should get offers. Now you have to take into consideration the market is extremely soft right now and there are a lot of properties out their for people to buy. So in addition to the price being right, the area being good, the house also need to live up to the standards that are expect buy buyers. Meaning that maybe you need to get some work done to the property to make it more appealing to buyers. Either the case usually there is nothing an agent can do to induce an offer from buyers, people know what they want and they have access to the Internet where they can really do their homework in on other properties in the market. If you property was desirable you would get offers no matter who the agent. What you agent should be doing is advising you on what you can do to improve your proprieties ale potential. If you need any help in the future just contact me through my website at, if you can not sell your property than maybe we can find you a tenant and turn it into an income producing property for you.
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Michelle Men…, Agent, Los Angeles, CA
Fri Apr 27, 2012
Most important is your price. How does the price compare to recently sold properties in your neighborhood? Your agent may be doing everything he or she can, but if you are priced too high, you are not going to receive offers. If you are priced right, then it may be the time to interview alternative agents. Whatever the case, make sure you are communicating your concerns with your agent. Report and open communication are key.
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