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Broker Feedback

If your home isn’t selling, ask your listing agent to get feedback from brokers who have shown the house. Also, consider hosting a open house for broker’s only. This gives you an opportunity to promote the property and get ideas on how to improve sale...
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Renovation Value

Renovating your home can increase its resale value. But don’t expect a dollar-for-dollar return. Some upgrades (an extra bathroom, for example) pay off; some (like swimming pools) don’t pay off at all. If you want fine marble in the foyer, spend away. But...
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Stale Listing Syndrome

Buyers sometimes ignore houses that have remained unsold for a long period, assuming, often incorrectly, that they must have serious flaws. One way to avoid the stale-listing syndrome if your house isn’t attracting buyer interest is to withdraw it from the...
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Attracting Buyers

If you’re looking for ways to attract buyers, consider offering a warranty for the first year after the sale. The assurance that they won’t face major repair bills right away may make some buyers more comfortable with your asking price.
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Assess The Market

Before putting your house on the market, attend a few open houses at similar properties in your area. That will give you a firsthand basis for comparing your home with competing properties. It’s also a good way to take the pulse of the local market and to spot...
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Listing Agent Interviews

If you are planning to sell a home and are interviewing listing agents, ask if they have any near-term vacation plans – and then ask about back-up support in their absence. Everyone is entitled to time off, but you want to make sure your home sale doesn’t...