4 Reasons Your Home May Not Be Selling

4 Reasons Your Home May Not Be Selling

Selling your home isn’t always an easy task. There are many variables that go into a successful transaction, and most are usually in the control of those directly handling the home. Here are 4 reasons why your home may not be selling.

The Smell of Your Home

The old adage is, “If you can smell it, you can’t sell it”. Potential buyers walk into homes and a strange or unwelcoming smell can push the buyer out of that house a lot faster.  Pets are a part of our families but the smell can ruin a buyers feeling on the home. Scented candles and air fresheners go along way in changing the way a home feels to those looking.

The Home May Need Some TLC

Repairs are usually seen by buyers as a burden, and many don’t look to take them on. We all want the most for the least, and potential home buyers are no different. Looking to get the most for your home will sometimes require you to make the necessary repairs to warrant that amount. Small fixtures, updates, and cleaning can go along way.

Presentation is all wrong

The first place your home is seen is typically online in a quick flip through on a phone and computer. . With that being said, what will make the buyer want to take the time to see your property? Professional photography and staging in some cases can go a really long way in making your home stand out. Secondly, listing the immediate benefits of the home (location, size, proximity to areas of interest) may peak the interest and lead to an inquiry.

PRICE, PRICE, PRICE

At the end of the day one thing will always be why the home sells, its price. Sellers don’t determine the price, the buyers and market does. Overpricing your home initially can lead to you ending up getting less than had it been priced right to begin. Listening to your realtors advice can b something that saves and makes you a substantial amount of money.

 

 

 

 

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