Cheryl Bourland's blog

Is It Time to Take Your Home Off the Market?

All sellers look forward to the day when their home listing finally goes live; after all, in many cases they have worked hard for weeks or months to get the property ready for potential buyers. Although everyone dreams of a quick sale, the unfortunate reality is that sometimes a home just sits... and sits... and sits. If your home has been on the market for several months and you aren't receiving reasonable offers (or even unreasonable ones!), then it might be time to consider withdrawing the listing. Of course, this is no easy decision, so how do you know when a change is necessary? Here are four signs that it might be time for a tactical retreat.

Why Isn't My Home Selling? Here's Some Help

Did your listing expire without selling? If you're serious about selling, then you must be pretty frustrated by now. 

What are the primary reasons houses don't sell, and what can be done about them?

Let's take a look at 8 of the most common reasons a house doesn't sell within the initial listing period and actions you can take to change your listing from expired to sold. The list is in no particular order.

Don't Let These Home Buying and Selling Myths Hold You Back

Home buying and selling are usually a mix of importantance, stress, and rariety; after all, most of us only engage in these processes a handful of times in our entire lives! When you take these characteristics into consideration, it's no wonder that both selling and buying are shrouded in a number of myths which almost everyone is willing to simply believe without challenge. In order to shed some light on the situation, Realtor Magazine listed six of the most common myths back in 2018 which continue to hold back home buyers and sellers even here in 2022.