4 Factors Traditionally Affecting the Days a Listing Stays on the Market

Posted on July 8, 2007. Filed under: Internet for Real Estate, Media for Real Estate, Real Estate Marketing |

1. Market Conditions

2. Interest Rates

3. Curb Appeal

4. Price Per Square Foot

Only two of these factors can be independently controlled by the homeowner.

Investor Details original clients were owners of point value homes. These homeowners came up to us seeking solutions through marketing campaigns that might help bring a buyer.

They explained their lack of control over market conditions, and federal interest rates which continued to rise. 

They were carrying holding costs at several hundred dollars per day, and they were told if they wanted their listing to sell quickly they had the following options: 

a) update the kitchens

b) lower the purchase price

c) or both.

These homewners consulted with us to develop a web, print and media campaign.  

Our real estate marketing saved them five figures in profit.    

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