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Carmelo -Please avoid solicitation, this is spam. You may just address the question posted instead.
If it is priced so that it represents a genuine, objective, "good deal" compared with other available homes in the area, and it is presented properly by a competent listing agent with state-of-the-art photography and pervasive Internet exposure on the many available home shopping sites, there's no reason you can't get an accepted offer in 60 days. Even in this market. I see homes hitting the market priced really well and offering good value and they are still getting multiple offers and/or selling quickly.This assumes your home is not an oddball design. Or is located near commercial uses or along a busy road. Or is in tired condition.If you offer what everyone else is offering with a run-of-the-mill agent, you will be on the market for an extended period of time. But if your list price is compelling and your property is dynamically presented, you will not have a problem getting it sold in a timely fashion.-Marc
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