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Your house has been on the market for weeks. Despite numerous ads, open houses and showings there were no offers. Now you are considering a price reduction. You want to get as much as you can Visit for more detailsfor your home, but more important, you want it to sell!

This is the time to have a frank discussion with your REALTOR®. While price may be a major factor, it may not be the only consideration. Are you making your house easy for agents to show? Have you completed the necessary maintenance and cleaning so that your property is as appealing as possible? 

Review with your agent the current market conditions, the prices of other homes currently on the market and most recent sales in your neighborhood to accurately determine that a price reduction is in order and what your new pricing should be. 

The marketplace may be telling you that buyers just won't pay what you are asking. If all indicators point to a price reduction, it is better to do it sooner rather than later. Remember, your goal is to SELL!

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Comment balloon 3 commentsSamantha Nichols • February 26 2009 07:55PM



You're 100% dead on.  If cleanliness, material conditon, ease of setting appointments, etc. all stay the same, and you've had open houses, plenty of showings, etc., and no offers...guess what?  YOU NEED TO LOWER THE PRICE!


Posted by Kent Dills, Real Estate 817-495-8028, Bellingham, Washington (Broker, Dills Real Estate) over 9 years ago

Hi Sam - It would probably depend somewhat on the average days on the market for the area and the absorption rate. Of course if the home was priced wrong right out of the gate and nobody is looking at it I would say immediately:)

Posted by Bill Gassett, Metrowest Massachusetts Real Estate (RE/MAX Executive Realty) over 9 years ago


In addition to the properties condition and marketability there are some external lending factors that are having adverse effects to market value. As a Realtor I invite you to visit my blog where I post all of the latest changes to lending guidelines.

 Active Rain is a great place to share your knowledge, expertise and thoughts, as well as network and learn so much from the vast pool of talent already on board.

I much success in 2010!

Posted by John Lake, Cape Cod Mortgage Banker (Shamrock Financial) over 8 years ago