sbgrace Posted September 27, 2012 Share Posted September 27, 2012 I'd so appreciate thoughts. We've had our house (not living in it/we've moved) on the market for about 5 or 6 weeks. We told the real estate agent we wanted to price to sell. Her price was the same as the other real estate agent from a different agency set so we went with that. We got one very low offer about 2-3 weeks in and they rejected our counter-offer. We continue to have lots of showings but no more offers. I asked her today what she was thinking. She said a few agents have told her the price is too high for our town. I asked what it should be and she said she just didn't know--we could lower it a few thousand and see. I'm frustrated. I do think the town we're selling in is tricky as there is very little for sale generally. So comparables are hard. Still I'm feeling we picked the wrong agent given she doesn't seem to know how to price it! Anyway, would you lower the price about 6 weeks in? Does that send a bad message? Does a few thousand one way or the other make a difference--I'm so frustrated the agent doesn't seem to know. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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