Not sure why your listing has received little or no attention? It’s probably priced wrong. But if you’ve already changed the price—or data shows you’re priced correctly—try these tips.
Look at the photos
If you didn’t pay for a photographer, now’s the time to call a professional. Make sure the images flow logically; exterior shots should lead to the entry way, not the master bedroom. Also, check that the photos aren’t stretched or squished.
Do a drive-by
If the property presents well online, check its in-person impression. Drive by unannounced, as buyers might, to check the house and neighborhood. What stands out to you? Are the sellers doing all they can to boost curb appeal? Talk to your clients about improvements they could make.
Keep the doors open
Buyers want to visit homes when it’s convenient for them. If your clients have strict showing rules or offer limited access, encourage them to make the property available more often.
What other ways have you reinvigorated a stale listing?
If the house is vacant than hire a staging company and have a home manager.
Leaving your house in “AS IS’ condition will only help sell the competition. The key to competing is professional staging because it creates compelling online presentation, drives buyer traffic to the home, and turns prospects into buyers. Even for an occupied home bring a professional home stager in for a 2 hour consultation before the house is listed. Stage First is my moto.
Really?? This is a stale article. This is not how you “Revive” a stale listing, all of these should have been done upfront in the first place. Now, please write an article on how to actually “Revive” a listing that has all of this already done. Or, do you know how to do that? Thanks for the waste of time…