So you’ve listed your home for sale and it’s been showing, and showing, and showing, and…not selling. That means it’s time to make some changes, especially if your home has been on the market more than 30 days.


Once you’ve gone through all the time and effort it takes to get your house on the market, it can be frustrating when it takes longer than you expect to get that right offer and make the sale.

There can be many reasons why your house isn’t selling, such as the state of your local real estate market (maybe there are simply a lot of homes for sale), the price you’re asking, or the location.

But if you’re asking yourself, “Why won’t my house sell?” you’re not alone. It’s a common challenge, and there are a few steps you can take to increase your chances of a successful sale — and soon!  








Not Marketing Enough.

Improve your Marketing Reach

You’ll never get potential buyers through the door for open houses and private showings if they don’t know your house is for sale! Take another pass at your marketing. Social Marketing is a must for 2020. With so many markets out there how can anyone keep track. With our help and the technology advantage the world offers, we will make sure your home is being reached.

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Your Home Doesn't Fit the Mold

Your Staging and Curb appeal is bad?

The 30-day rule doesn’t apply to everybody, however. Some properties have features that make it more difficult to find the right buyer. If your home is unusual, you’re probably going to have to wait a little longer for the perfect buyer to show up. Selling an unusual home might require listing the property in places other than the usual online real estate sites. Our social marketing will help reach all types of buyers. Staging and curb appeal are also an effective way to bring in buyers. It might seem silly, the buyer isn't shopping for furniture, but staging matters. While vacant homes have the problem of potential buyers not being able to really envision the space’s potential, homes crammed with too much of the current owner’s stuff feel cramped and overwhelming. Curb appeal is like the staging of the outside part of your home. It’s an old real estate chestnut, but the first impression a buyer gets from your house is important. With the right help we have available we can make sure your home looks right to sell.




It’s not too late to get that home sold.

With the right adjustments to your home’s price, listing, staging, or condition, it will sell. There’s a buyer for every home.

Worst-case scenario, you have to take your home off the market while you make some changes and then relist. The good news is that if you have to relist the home, you can start fresh!