As mentioned on the earlier page, allowing a house to stay long in the market will have an adverse effect not only on the price of the property but also on the overall concept of the house.
A property that stays long in the market will make potential buyers think that the house could be too pricey or too bad that people have avoided buying it.
To avoid the scenario that your property will stay long in the market we have perfected an innovative marketing scheme to address it.
We have a process called the launching process wherein we effectively eliminate days on the market.
This marketing strategy of ours will make potential buyers think that they are seeing it on the first day, so the buyer’s perception is that there are no days on the market, which eliminates the negative stigma that comes with it.
Also, we have a marketing plan wherein we allow potential buyers to view the property together.
If these buyers will see that other people are also interested to buy the property, they will make an immediate offer so that they can own it.
Aside from making the offer, the price they are willing to pay for the house will also be higher because they want the bidding price of other buyers.