Why Didn't My House Sell?
If your listing expired and your house didn’t , you’re likely to feel a little frustrated. Not to mention, you’re also probably wondering what went wrong. Here are three questions to think about as you figure out what to do next.
One of the biggest mistakes you can make when is restricting the days and times when can tour it. Being flexible with your schedule is important when you’re selling your house, even though it might feel a bit stressful to drop everything and leave when buyers want to see it (especially at mealtimes). After all, minimal access means minimal exposure to buyers. :
Sometimes, the most determined might come from far away. Since they’re traveling to see your house, they may not be able to change their plans easily if you only offer limited times for showings. So, try to make your house available as much as you can to accommodate them. It’s pretty simple. If no one’s able to look at it, how’s it going to sell?
When , the old saying matters: you never get a second chance to make a first impression. Putting in the work to make the exterior of your home look nice is just as important as how you stage it inside. Freshen up your landscaping to improve your home’s curb appeal so you can make an impact right up front. As an article from :
I’ve had plenty of buyers pull up to a home they have an appointment to see but, after seeing the exterior and front yard, don’t even want to bother going inside. And further, don’t let the impact stop at the front door. By removing personal items and reducing clutter inside, you give buyers more freedom to picture themselves living in the home. Additionally, a new coat of paint or cleaning the floors can go a long way to freshening up a room.
Setting the is extremely important when you’re selling your house. Even though it might feel tempting to push the price higher to maximize your profit, overpricing can scare away buyers and make it hard to sell quickly. :
If your house is priced higher than others like it, it could make buyers lose interest. Pay attention to the feedback people give your agent during open houses and showings. If lots of people are saying the same thing, it might be a good idea to think about lowering the price.
For all these insights and more, rely on a trusted Realtor. I’m always available to offer expert advice on relisting your house with effective strategies to get it .
It’s natural to feel disappointed when your listing has expired and your house didn’t . Call me, and we can try to figure out what happened and what to reconsider or change if you want to get your house back on the market and, more importantly, SOLD!