71 Should I List With A New Brokerage?

71 Should I List With A New Brokerage?

You had your property on the market for 6 months and it was shown often but no offers. You really liked your broker or maybe you’re not sure if you liked your broker because they didn’t sell your property. You take it off the market to reconsider...


You had your property on the market for 6 months and it was shown often but no offers. You really liked your broker or maybe you’re not sure if you liked your broker because they didn’t sell your property. You take it off the market to reconsider which direction you want to go. Should you list with the same brokerage? Or look for a new agent to represent your sale? Today we are talking about this often discussed logic we hear from sellers who we meet when we ask well what happened with your last broker? 

The number one reason properties don’t sell is price. So while the presentation of how you market a property is very important and the online presence is as well nothing is more important than price. If your property is not selling you have to ask yourself the hard question of is it my broker or are my unrealistic expectations holding me back from moving on.

 

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