Do you have a home in Plymouth that expired from the MLS in 2014? You’re not alone… In 2014, 579 homes expired in Plymouth or were cancelled for one reason or another. Of the 579 homes, 498 were single family style properties with the rest consisting of condominiums and townhomes.
Homes expire or get cancelled from the MLS for many reasons which can include:
- Poor advertising
- Incorrect pricing
- Seller motivation dwindles for one reason or another
- Changing of agents
In the end, an expired listing means it didn’t sell. Plymouth expired listings are no different than any other city. They can be sold! There is a large pool of buyers looking to buy in the Plymouth area. It just happens that something went wrong the first time around. When we look at a home that didn’t sell, we take some main key factors into consideration so we can help sellers like you decide the best approach moving forward. Key factors include pricing (using sold comparable homes), what was the showing feedback from the first time, advertising that was done, pictures and video that were used (including the quality) in the original marketing plan.
If you’re one of the many sellers who had a home expire in Plymouth or had to cancel your listing in Plymouth due to no activity, we can help. Our team focuses on getting expired homes sold! In 2014 over 650 homes sold in Plymouth so there are buyers out there who would love to purchase your home- let us help you find them in 2015! Contact our team below today to find out why your home didn’t sell and how we can change that result for you in the future.
Contact Us To Find Out Why Your Plymouth Home Didn’t Sell & How We Can Help
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