If a home is in great condition, nicely updated, in a nice location and price right, i.e. competitively for your market, then the time on market should be shorter, if it is not as updated as other similar homes, and price at the upper price point it will simply take longer.
Even if you had the average stated, as an example with 95 days, would that mean you sell your
home after the first 30 days, at the 95 days point at the very latest or 6 or 7 months down the road?
Well it could mean all of it really, the right buyer who likes the home, and is ready and willing and approved will have to come along... and nobody really has a crystal ball to tell you when that is going to happen for YOUR home,
but a well prepared, well staged home, in move in condition with a market friendly asking price
should sell or find a buyer in a reasonable time..... really good photos on the internet and listing it
with an experienced area Realtor will be most helpful
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