There could be many reasons . . . . let me share a few of them with you
Posted by Norman Polsky on March 25, 2018 in
Some Reasons Why Your Home Isn’t Selling
When you first put your house on the market, you might be hopeful for a quick sale—especially if you've put a lot of money into improving the house over the years and if the neighborhood is one that has historically attracted a lot of buyers. While you shouldn't panic if the house doesn't sell the moment you list it, you should begin to worry if the months start flying by without any real offers. If this is the case, here are 11 reasons why your... read more
Her are a few key issues when you decide to put your home up for sale: Some Sellers over Improve their home:As you ready your home for sale, you may realize you will get a great return on your investment if you make a couple of changes. Updating the appliances or replacing that cracked cabinet in the bathroom are all great ideas. However, it's important not to over-improve, or make improvements that are hyper-specific to your tastes. For example, not everyone wants a pimped out finished basement equipped with a wet... read more
Want to capture potential buyer’s interest before they step through the door? Here are seven simple ways to add curb appeal to your home.
A home can be modern and cozy inside, but without curb appeal, potential buyers will lose interest before they step inside. An attractive, well-kept lawn is one of the first things people will notice. The good news is that upgrading an existing lawn doesn’t have to take months, and it doesn’t need to cost a fortune. Here are a few simple upgrades to... read more
Condo or Townhouse: What Is the Difference? St Louis is one of those unique cities where you can drive around for just 15 minutes and see a wide variety of different housing styles in that short span, from single family homes in the city on to large sprawling houses in the county. When home shopping in the City of St Louis you might want to consider a condo or townhouse. While either is a perfect starter home for first-time homeowners, small families, and single people, and both usually require owners to pay associ... read more