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How do I restart the counter for how long the house hasdc been listed?

We took the house off the market but you never changed this number even though you promised to?
  • July 18 2011 - Cooperstown
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MLS policies and Zillow policies can be different. If you want to reset the days on market on Zillow, you must remove your for sale listing for at least 30 or 31 days then it will reset.

Your agent should not be using your assessed value to determine your listing price. If you feel that your house is not getting a good reponse, you need to ask your agent for a new CMA and reevaluate your price. Local market areas that are more depressed respond mainly to price so if you are not priced at or below your competition or within the local range of affordability, your house will sit unsold. Reevaluate your list price now before Fall comes.
  • July 20 2011
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We have a realitor, they say house is great market is bad!  On quiet road 100 ft lake access, dropped price 70,000 from original asking now below assessed value by 25,000.  House is being cared for by landscaper so curb appeal is good and consistent.  

Not looking to fool anyone but why should it show time that we took it off the market as part of the days for sale.  THis was over 100 days and the house was not up for sale at that time.

I am an honest person, but have a house where jobs are scarce and houses for sale are many.  I think you need to look closer at this and rethink your abrupt response.
Kathy

  
  • July 20 2011
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You don't, same as the mls, why would you want to 'trick' the buying public anyway. Homes sit on the market a long time if they are overpriced, hence no buyer, or not neutralized inside, or difficult to get into or in a bad location....contact a local realtor and ask their professional opinion, ok?
  • July 19 2011
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