Spring is here! Blue skies, daffodils and house sales are all in bloom.
With the Springtime comes an increase in market activity. Sales levels, which have been higher than anticipated already, are rising and new properties are coming to the market in larger numbers.
If your property is on the market, or you’re thinking of marketing, then the interest should be high. However, sometimes a property just doesn’t receive the amount of interest that it deserves. The big question is, Why?
Over the next two weeks we will be sharing with you some tips on selling your property
There are several reasons why a property might not be selling. In most circumstances this can be either avoided or easily remedied by talking to the right people. Let’s have a look at a few of the main reasons a property might not sell.
Overvaluing – The most obvious reason for a house not selling. We all want the best price for our property and in the end, cash can become king. When attractive figures are flashed in front of you it is easy to start thinking the money is there to spend. Be sure the agents you choose to value your property provide a realistic valuation backed up by suitable comparable. An extra £10-20,000 would be nice but is it the difference in people coming to view and not?
In summary, make sure you are speaking to local experts in your area who can effectively advise you of the right value for your property, the best way to reach the widest audience possible and are willing to do the extra work to ensure your property is treated in the way it should be