I am getting tons of showings, no offers! WHY?
According to Association of Realtors the rule of thumb is that on average if you have been listed for a month with ten showings and no offers, then your house is over-priced. With that said, it also depends on how many ready, willing and able buyers you have in your area searching for homes similar to yours. Look at average days on the market (DOM) stats for your area to get a better idea. You should have your house priced-to-sell or 'marketed-to-sell' so sure to remove all clutter and extremely personal items from the home, so buyers can picture themselves in the home. Make sure to highlight the great features of your home. They often say that there is only one problem that keeps a house on the market - price. You may look at more complicated research and look into different price brackets. It could be that you would have more potential buyers looking in a higher price range, that happens as well.
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