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after how many days on the market should you take listing off- &how long before relisting

  • November 25 2012 - US
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Listing, taking it off and relisting doesn't really help you since the history can often be viewed in MLS. I would recommend reducing the price every 3 weeks to one month until you reach market value. If you are not seeing any showings, reduce the price by at least 10%. If you are seeing 2-3 showings a week, then you are not off by as much, maybe 5-7%. You will know when you reach market value because you will get several showings a week and of course offers! If you are not willing to go to market value, then the best thing to do is take the home of the market until you feel comfortable with the prices in your area.
  • November 28 2012
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Thanks for posting your question on Zillow.com!

There is no 1 correct answer but what I go by is the 1st 14 is your busiest, the balance to 30 days should still see activity.  After 30, it is "stale" meaning all active buyers that have been around a while have seen it.  So, a price reduction is in order.

I recommend reducing every 30 days until sold.  Now, this is a VERY generic answer since I do not know your house or market.

Good  luck!
  • November 28 2012
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