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What Your Showing Feedback Really Means

By Sathyabama_CML

You are getting showings on your home yet you aren’t getting any offers? What is going on? Maybe some of the feed back from the agents who have shown your home have left you some clues. Maybe you have a pricing issue but buyers just aren’t coming right out and saying it.

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When the Agent Says “The buyer thought the house was too small.” The Agent Means The buyer found larger homes for the same price.”

When the Agent Says “They liked the house but bought another.” The Agent Means “The buyer found other houses that were better values.”

When the Agent Says “They liked the house but bought a new home.” The Agent Means “Buyers will pay 10-15% more for a new house.”

When the Agent Says “They didn’t like the carpet.” The Agent Means “The seller should replace the carpet due to age or color.”

When the Agent Says “They thought the yard was too small, the street was too busy….” The Agent Means “They found other homes with larger yards, quieter streets….for the same price.”

When the Agent Says “The home needs some work.” The Agent Means “They seller may need to make minor repairs or neutralize.”

When the Agent Says “They didn’t like the floor plan.” The Agent Means “They didn’t like the floor plan.”

The lesson here is that price objections often came come cloaked in different terms. Listen carefully to feedback and make your adjustments swiftly. Your ultimate goal is to be the very best house in your price range.

What Your Showing Feedback Really Means

By Sathyabama_CML

You are getting showings on your home yet you aren’t getting any offers? What is going on? Maybe some of the feed back from the agents who have shown your home have left you some clues. Maybe you have a pricing issue but buyers just aren’t coming right out and saying it.

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When the Agent Says “The buyer thought the house was too small.” The Agent Means The buyer found larger homes for the same price.”

When the Agent Says “They liked the house but bought another.” The Agent Means “The buyer found other houses that were better values.”

When the Agent Says “They liked the house but bought a new home.” The Agent Means “Buyers will pay 10-15% more for a new house.”

When the Agent Says “They didn’t like the carpet.” The Agent Means “The seller should replace the carpet due to age or color.”

When the Agent Says “They thought the yard was too small, the street was too busy….” The Agent Means “They found other homes with larger yards, quieter streets….for the same price.”

When the Agent Says “The home needs some work.” The Agent Means “They seller may need to make minor repairs or neutralize.”

When the Agent Says “They didn’t like the floor plan.” The Agent Means “They didn’t like the floor plan.”

The lesson here is that price objections often came come cloaked in different terms. Listen carefully to feedback and make your adjustments swiftly. Your ultimate goal is to be the very best house in your price range.

What Your Showing Feedback Really Means

By Sathyabama_CML

You are getting showings on your home yet you aren’t getting any offers? What is going on? Maybe some of the feed back from the agents who have shown your home have left you some clues. Maybe you have a pricing issue but buyers just aren’t coming right out and saying it.

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When the Agent Says “The buyer thought the house was too small.” The Agent Means The buyer found larger homes for the same price.”

When the Agent Says “They liked the house but bought another.” The Agent Means “The buyer found other houses that were better values.”

When the Agent Says “They liked the house but bought a new home.” The Agent Means “Buyers will pay 10-15% more for a new house.”

When the Agent Says “They didn’t like the carpet.” The Agent Means “The seller should replace the carpet due to age or color.”

When the Agent Says “They thought the yard was too small, the street was too busy….” The Agent Means “They found other homes with larger yards, quieter streets….for the same price.”

When the Agent Says “The home needs some work.” The Agent Means “They seller may need to make minor repairs or neutralize.”

When the Agent Says “They didn’t like the floor plan.” The Agent Means “They didn’t like the floor plan.”

The lesson here is that price objections often came come cloaked in different terms. Listen carefully to feedback and make your adjustments swiftly. Your ultimate goal is to be the very best house in your price range.

What Your Showing Feedback Really Means

By Sathyabama_CML

You are getting showings on your home yet you aren’t getting any offers? What is going on? Maybe some of the feed back from the agents who have shown your home have left you some clues. Maybe you have a pricing issue but buyers just aren’t coming right out and saying it.

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When the Agent Says “The buyer thought the house was too small.” The Agent Means The buyer found larger homes for the same price.”

When the Agent Says “They liked the house but bought another.” The Agent Means “The buyer found other houses that were better values.”

When the Agent Says “They liked the house but bought a new home.” The Agent Means “Buyers will pay 10-15% more for a new house.”

When the Agent Says “They didn’t like the carpet.” The Agent Means “The seller should replace the carpet due to age or color.”

When the Agent Says “They thought the yard was too small, the street was too busy….” The Agent Means “They found other homes with larger yards, quieter streets….for the same price.”

When the Agent Says “The home needs some work.” The Agent Means “They seller may need to make minor repairs or neutralize.”

When the Agent Says “They didn’t like the floor plan.” The Agent Means “They didn’t like the floor plan.”

The lesson here is that price objections often came come cloaked in different terms. Listen carefully to feedback and make your adjustments swiftly. Your ultimate goal is to be the very best house in your price range.

What Your Showing Feedback Really Means

By Sathyabama_CML

You are getting showings on your home yet you aren’t getting any offers? What is going on? Maybe some of the feed back from the agents who have shown your home have left you some clues. Maybe you have a pricing issue but buyers just aren’t coming right out and saying it.

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When the Agent Says “The buyer thought the house was too small.” The Agent Means The buyer found larger homes for the same price.”

When the Agent Says “They liked the house but bought another.” The Agent Means “The buyer found other houses that were better values.”

When the Agent Says “They liked the house but bought a new home.” The Agent Means “Buyers will pay 10-15% more for a new house.”

When the Agent Says “They didn’t like the carpet.” The Agent Means “The seller should replace the carpet due to age or color.”

When the Agent Says “They thought the yard was too small, the street was too busy….” The Agent Means “They found other homes with larger yards, quieter streets….for the same price.”

When the Agent Says “The home needs some work.” The Agent Means “They seller may need to make minor repairs or neutralize.”

When the Agent Says “They didn’t like the floor plan.” The Agent Means “They didn’t like the floor plan.”

The lesson here is that price objections often came come cloaked in different terms. Listen carefully to feedback and make your adjustments swiftly. Your ultimate goal is to be the very best house in your price range.

What Your Showing Feedback Really Means

By Sathyabama_CML

You are getting showings on your home yet you aren’t getting any offers? What is going on? Maybe some of the feed back from the agents who have shown your home have left you some clues. Maybe you have a pricing issue but buyers just aren’t coming right out and saying it.

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When the Agent Says “The buyer thought the house was too small.” The Agent Means The buyer found larger homes for the same price.”

When the Agent Says “They liked the house but bought another.” The Agent Means “The buyer found other houses that were better values.”

When the Agent Says “They liked the house but bought a new home.” The Agent Means “Buyers will pay 10-15% more for a new house.”

When the Agent Says “They didn’t like the carpet.” The Agent Means “The seller should replace the carpet due to age or color.”

When the Agent Says “They thought the yard was too small, the street was too busy….” The Agent Means “They found other homes with larger yards, quieter streets….for the same price.”

When the Agent Says “The home needs some work.” The Agent Means “They seller may need to make minor repairs or neutralize.”

When the Agent Says “They didn’t like the floor plan.” The Agent Means “They didn’t like the floor plan.”

The lesson here is that price objections often came come cloaked in different terms. Listen carefully to feedback and make your adjustments swiftly. Your ultimate goal is to be the very best house in your price range.

What Your Showing Feedback Really Means

By Sathyabama_CML

You are getting showings on your home yet you aren’t getting any offers? What is going on? Maybe some of the feed back from the agents who have shown your home have left you some clues. Maybe you have a pricing issue but buyers just aren’t coming right out and saying it.

temp-post-image

When the Agent Says “The buyer thought the house was too small.” The Agent Means The buyer found larger homes for the same price.”

When the Agent Says “They liked the house but bought another.” The Agent Means “The buyer found other houses that were better values.”

When the Agent Says “They liked the house but bought a new home.” The Agent Means “Buyers will pay 10-15% more for a new house.”

When the Agent Says “They didn’t like the carpet.” The Agent Means “The seller should replace the carpet due to age or color.”

When the Agent Says “They thought the yard was too small, the street was too busy….” The Agent Means “They found other homes with larger yards, quieter streets….for the same price.”

When the Agent Says “The home needs some work.” The Agent Means “They seller may need to make minor repairs or neutralize.”

When the Agent Says “They didn’t like the floor plan.” The Agent Means “They didn’t like the floor plan.”

The lesson here is that price objections often came come cloaked in different terms. Listen carefully to feedback and make your adjustments swiftly. Your ultimate goal is to be the very best house in your price range.

What Your Showing Feedback Really Means

By Sathyabama_CML

You are getting showings on your home yet you aren’t getting any offers? What is going on? Maybe some of the feed back from the agents who have shown your home have left you some clues. Maybe you have a pricing issue but buyers just aren’t coming right out and saying it.

temp-post-image

When the Agent Says “The buyer thought the house was too small.” The Agent Means The buyer found larger homes for the same price.”

When the Agent Says “They liked the house but bought another.” The Agent Means “The buyer found other houses that were better values.”

When the Agent Says “They liked the house but bought a new home.” The Agent Means “Buyers will pay 10-15% more for a new house.”

When the Agent Says “They didn’t like the carpet.” The Agent Means “The seller should replace the carpet due to age or color.”

When the Agent Says “They thought the yard was too small, the street was too busy….” The Agent Means “They found other homes with larger yards, quieter streets….for the same price.”

When the Agent Says “The home needs some work.” The Agent Means “They seller may need to make minor repairs or neutralize.”

When the Agent Says “They didn’t like the floor plan.” The Agent Means “They didn’t like the floor plan.”

The lesson here is that price objections often came come cloaked in different terms. Listen carefully to feedback and make your adjustments swiftly. Your ultimate goal is to be the very best house in your price range.

What Your Showing Feedback Really Means

By Sathyabama_CML

You are getting showings on your home yet you aren’t getting any offers? What is going on? Maybe some of the feed back from the agents who have shown your home have left you some clues. Maybe you have a pricing issue but buyers just aren’t coming right out and saying it.

temp-post-image

When the Agent Says “The buyer thought the house was too small.” The Agent Means The buyer found larger homes for the same price.”

When the Agent Says “They liked the house but bought another.” The Agent Means “The buyer found other houses that were better values.”

When the Agent Says “They liked the house but bought a new home.” The Agent Means “Buyers will pay 10-15% more for a new house.”

When the Agent Says “They didn’t like the carpet.” The Agent Means “The seller should replace the carpet due to age or color.”

When the Agent Says “They thought the yard was too small, the street was too busy….” The Agent Means “They found other homes with larger yards, quieter streets….for the same price.”

When the Agent Says “The home needs some work.” The Agent Means “They seller may need to make minor repairs or neutralize.”

When the Agent Says “They didn’t like the floor plan.” The Agent Means “They didn’t like the floor plan.”

The lesson here is that price objections often came come cloaked in different terms. Listen carefully to feedback and make your adjustments swiftly. Your ultimate goal is to be the very best house in your price range.

What Your Showing Feedback Really Means

By Sathyabama_CML

You are getting showings on your home yet you aren’t getting any offers? What is going on? Maybe some of the feed back from the agents who have shown your home have left you some clues. Maybe you have a pricing issue but buyers just aren’t coming right out and saying it.

temp-post-image

When the Agent Says “The buyer thought the house was too small.” The Agent Means The buyer found larger homes for the same price.”

When the Agent Says “They liked the house but bought another.” The Agent Means “The buyer found other houses that were better values.”

When the Agent Says “They liked the house but bought a new home.” The Agent Means “Buyers will pay 10-15% more for a new house.”

When the Agent Says “They didn’t like the carpet.” The Agent Means “The seller should replace the carpet due to age or color.”

When the Agent Says “They thought the yard was too small, the street was too busy….” The Agent Means “They found other homes with larger yards, quieter streets….for the same price.”

When the Agent Says “The home needs some work.” The Agent Means “They seller may need to make minor repairs or neutralize.”

When the Agent Says “They didn’t like the floor plan.” The Agent Means “They didn’t like the floor plan.”

The lesson here is that price objections often came come cloaked in different terms. Listen carefully to feedback and make your adjustments swiftly. Your ultimate goal is to be the very best house in your price range.

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Stacie Kvanvig, REALTOR©

Email: RealEstateDame@gmail.com

480-387-4722

3910 S Alma School Rd

Chandler, AZ 85248