How To Sell A House That Didn't Sell

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Tuesday, December 3, 2019
How To Sell A House That Didn't Sell

How To Sell A House That Didn't Sell

Scottsdale - If your home has just come off the market and hasn't sold, don't be discouraged. The reason your house
didn’t sell may have nothing to do with your home or the market. In reality, your home may have been one of the more
desirable properties for sale.

So Why Didn't My House Sell?
Last year many of the homes listed for sale never sold at all, and many sellers found that there was a tremendous
amount a homeowner needed to be educated in order to sell that house didn’t sell for top dollar in the shortest time
period.

Don't risk making the wrong choices and losing both time and money on your investment. Before you hire a realtor,
know the right questions to ask to save you time and money.
Where should you begin?

- Start by making a commitment to do what it takes to market your house to get it sold. With the right system, the
home sale you want is still well within reach.
Why didn’t my house sell?
- Review your previous selling plan and you’ll discover that an expired listing usually reflects a problem in one or
more of these four major areas:

1. Teamwork,
2. Pricing,
3. Condition of Your Home, and
4. Marketing


To explain further the above areas, here are the 2 of the 4 important points your house didn’t sell that you should
need to know about right now.

1. Teamwork
Your home is a major financial investment, and your relationship with your Realtor® should be a full partnership
where your needs and wishes are heard, and you receive detailed and dependable feedback on the progress of your
sale. Your agent has a responsibility to source this feedback from the agents who have shown your home, and to
communicate this to you so together you can make the right decisions about what to do next. How well did this occur the
last time you had your home up for sale?

2. Condition Of Your Home Showcase Quality!
Is your house someone else’s idea of a dream home? When buyers enter, are they inspired? Do they think, “I love
this house!” Remember, the decision to buy a home is based on emotion, not logic.
A house in move-in condition invites a sale. You need to consider:
• fixing all the little squeaks and cracks
• keeping it clean for all showings
• making it uncluttered
• brightening it up
• what your home shows like from the street concentrating on outside curb appeal.

Plus - Consider taking care of major items, such having your home painted. Offering an allowance to your
prospective buyers, so they can have painting completed is not the same as having done it for them. Now, as they’re
trying to imagine what that new paint job will look like, they may also be discounting the price even further because of
the less-than- perfect look of those walls.
Remember… A house that presents well, sells for the best price because it outshines the competition.
So, here you go. These are just 2 out of the 4 to draw attention to this very important topic. If you wanted to view all
of the 4 points why didn’t my house sell, I have put together a free report entitled “How to Sell a House that Didn't
Sell.” which explains the focus areas in more detail.
You can grab a copy of this report for free by visiting http://www.toddgulinsonrealtor.com/ or you can give me a call

at 1-844-310-9514. 
Thanks a lot for reading this week’s blog and may you find a way to your new home!
Todd Guilinson
Your Home Sold Guaranteed or I’ll Buy It* - If you or anyone who know is considering on making a move, feel free to
give me a call or pass on my number! 1-844-310-9514.