How To Relist Your Sarasota Home To Sell!
If your Sarasota home has been on the market for too long, buyers might be finding some flaws with it or think it’s overpriced. It might be time to pull the listing from the market, reevaluate it and then relist it. Although depending on your local multiple listing service, relisting your Sarasota home doesn’t mean it will appear as a new listing.
Rhonda Duffy, broker and owner of a brokerage states that while a lingering listing might give you a bad rep, she thinks getting your Sarasota home sold comes down to marketing.
Sometimes it could be the price that keeps away buyers, but most of the time, the listing is lacking the right kind of marketing. Here are 3 things that could make a difference when listing your home:
- Make sure that you have updated pictures of your home with enough lighting and the right kind of staging to draw in buyers. Also remember to stick to the current season, if it’s spring try not to post pictures of your home with piles of snow around it.
- A small price change could also attract buyers who are searching for homes in a certain price range. For example, if your home is priced at $355,000, you won’t be able to attract buyers who are searching for homes between $300,000 and $350,000. By reducing the price of your home to $349,000, you will be able to draw attention to buyers that haven’t previously seen your listing.
- Staging is also an important part of the process. Something as simple as replacing antique furniture with modern furniture could help you sell your home quicker.
Whether it’s updating your pictures, changing the price or staging your home, making these changes could potentially help you to relist your Sarasota home and finally sell it!