Your Listing Has Expired, Now What?
If you are reading this, then chances are you have received a postcard from me letting you know that your real estate listing has expired off the market, and you are currently not represented by a real estate agent. Perhaps you are planning on re-listing with that agent, and just haven’t gotten around to it yet, or you are waiting for the paperwork from the agent, or perhaps maybe you were not even aware that your home is off the market.
However, before you move in any new direction, I would like to have the opportunity to meet with you and let you know what I what would do differently to sell your home. Right now roughly sixty percent of all listings on the local multiple listing service either expire or are cancelled. So unfortunately you are in the majority.
However, last year I sold over ninety percent of the properties I listed. Like I said, I do things a bit differently than other brokers. I have an aggressive marketing campaign that pinpoints buyers, and gets properties sold.
I do a complete CMA (Comperative Market Analysis) before I go to the listing appointment. I derive my recommended price by doing careful research on what other homes are selling for in your neighborhood. Click here for an example. Even after we meet, if you decide not to list with me, the CMA is yours, free of charge.
The company I am affiliated with–Keller Williams–recently surpassed all other brokerages as the largest in the country. There are over two thousand agents in New York alone. We recently opened a thirty thousand square foot office on Park Ave. in Manhattan. This is my network of agents–agents who I will use to help sell your home.
I was born and raised here in Sullivan County, so I know the local market. I know what homes are selling for and what makes them sell. All I need it thirty minutes of your time to explain why I know I am the best agent to get your home sold–that is the commitment I make to all my sellers.
The last six (or twelve) months did not result in the outcome you had hoped. If you re-list with the same agent, what will happen that will result in a different outcome?
Give me a call today.