It’s frustrating to watch your home’s listing get older and older with no offers coming in.
So should you take your condo off the market?
Should You Take Your Condo Off the Market?
Sometimes even when you do all the right things, your home just doesn’t sell. It might seem like a great idea to take it off the market, make a few repairs and upgrades, and put it back up later. Here’s what you need to consider before you do that:
- The pricing
- The marketing
- Your agent’s opinion
If your home is priced too high, it’s not going to sell. That’s just the bottom line.
Look at what other condos in the area are selling for. If yours is substantially higher, that might be the problem. Talk to your agent about lowering the price before you take it off the market entirely.
We market all our clients’ homes to the widest possible audiences, and we use an innovative mix of online and print advertising to get our clients’ homes in front of all the right buyers.
But not all agents do that.
If your agent didn’t market your home properly and it’s been sitting without offers for too long, it might be time to take it down and try with another agent.
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