If you are not getting showings, that usually means price is too high. I'd recommend dropping it by like $2500/every two weeks, which would keep your listing fresh on public sites, and send out a fresh email to other buyers working with Realtors each time you reduce.
If its for sale through a Realtor, it may be that the broker has chosen not to let zillow carry the home, which is becoming more and more common due to inaccurate info on zillow. If it is for sale by owner, please see zillow FAQ.
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I'd be happy to help. I work with the Coldwell Banker office in Carmel, and work closely with a few investors that might be interested. Give me a call? [Phone removed by Zillow moderator. Please see our Good Neighbor Policy.]
There are a few options from fsbo.com, to listing it only on Zillow. I'd suggest contacting a local Realtor, like myself, first. We can give you an accurate appraisal of the homes market value, and can actually save you time and money. Some things to consider can be found here: [weblink deleted by Zillow moderator. Please see our Good Neighbor Policy for posting guidelines]
Depends on home layout. I'd be happy to come by and take a look to give you personalized advice.
Looks like this is a newer home. Zillow derives most of it's info from tax records/public info, and sometimes it takes a while for the info from the county to make it to Zillow. If you are serious about selling your home, a Realtor like myself, can help you with listing it, which would feed to the Zillow website.
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You would need to contact an attorney to go over the contract with you and discuss any changes or amendments to it.
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