“Why is the house not selling?” is a question raised by owners as well as prospective buyers when a listing clocks long days on market. Some reasons most often given include it being over priced, lackluster marketing, the market, agent not proactive, off-peak season, etc. Perhaps the most overlooked is advertising errors. Continue reading “Why Is The House Not Selling?”
I noticed a reference to “Local Atlanta Agent”. It seemed strange to me because the agent does not live/work in downtown Atlanta and buyers/sellers typically want someone who is local; i.e., meaning they live in and know the neighborhood or immediate area.
Then I realized this choice of words must be about the agent and their lead generation. After all, no one has real local knowledge about metro Atlanta.
The lesson for buyers and sellers is to go beyond the internet marketing and ask the right questions to ensure you hire the right agent.
The trend continues in year-over-year increases, although only slightly compared to 2016) in both number of Active Listings and Sold Listings for Walton High School single family detached home resales.
We just finished doing some preliminary research using FMLS for listings meeting the following criteria: Resale, Sold Since 9/15/16, Walton High School, No Basement, No 1-Story Houses, Built Prior To 2000, 2400 – 3600 sf, Less Than 0.75 Acres. A total of 25 listings meet the criteria, generating the following results: Continue reading “Walton High School No-Basement Sales”
A recent conversation with a homeowner demonstrates a common misunderstanding; i.e., selling a home takes time. Continue reading “Time Is Not Your Friend”
This “half bath” is certainly a conversation starter. I assume this met the needs of the owner, but this arrangement is likely high on the list of things to redo after closing.