You have more control over how long your home stays on the market than you think.
Every seller hopes their home will sell quickly, and for a good price. So it can be frustrating when your home doesn’t sell, while the house down the street gets snapped up.
The homes are in the same location, with similar square footage, and the same number of bedrooms and bathrooms, so they should sell for the same price and in the same amount of time. Right?
If you’re in this situation, you may be quick to blame your agent, the lack of advertising, the photographs, or the listing description. But the real problem could lie in how you’ve presented your home on the market.
To understand the seller experience, let’s look at two different approaches to listing a home. READ MORE