The key reasons some homes do not sell, even when the real estate market is doing very well, can be overcome with savvy marketing. Real estate agents like to show listings that are in good condition and easy to show. If your home is not selling, there is a reason why.
As your representative I have open communications with Agents who have shown your home; by asking for feedback as to what the Buyer thought of your home during the showing. It may be a simple solution of just moving furniture around or a modest price reduction that might be all your home needs to convert it from "for sale" to "sold".The number-one reason a house or condominium does not sell is because it is over-priced.
If you listed your home with the real estate agent who recommended the highest list price, they probably "bought" the listing. Now, they may be reluctant to admit that your home is over-priced.
Do you wonder why you're not getting any offers? Today's savvy home buyers will either not look at over-priced properties, or when they do, they make offers that are much lower than the market value.
Home buyers are very smart and they often know more about home values than real estate agents. If your home has been on the market for more than 30 days, it's time to review a new market analysis to check the list price against other active listings and recent sales. Then, adjust your price accordingly.