Skip to main content Skip to footer

My house has been on the market two years, only two viewers.

My house has been on the market two years, only two viewers. GSPC say it's the market, any help please. It was originally £135k, now £119k, 3 bed semi in nice area.

Asked on Aug 26 2013, Selling in Glasgow | Report content

Answers (4)

Was this question useful? Yes 0 No 0

Sort by: Oldest | Recent | Highest rated

  • I used to work for an estate agent in an area which was struggling. The properties that sold were those that were decorated in neutrals and were clear of clutter, with tidy gardens. No patterned carpets, lime green curtains, toys scattered everywhere, garden run to weeds. Also, think about the photos taken & presentation by GSPC. Maybe time to think about new agents. Also check what the survey is showing; if the property needs repairs, do them yourself now. Buyers don't want the hassle. Price needs to be right: too high won't sell, but too low won't sell either. Good luck!

    Answered on Aug 27 2013, Report content
  • Go on Zoopla or RM. Is yours the cheapest 3-bed semi within 1/4 mile. If not, drop price so that it is.

    Answered on Aug 29 2013, Report content
  • Hi David, Thanks for your answer, there are 14 houses within 1/2 mile and they range from £115k to £139k.... it's a lottery

    Answered on Aug 29 2013, Report content
  • Hi Bluethunder1970, What I find with things like this is that it is often the case that the marketing of the home is just not selling it all that well to potential buyers. You might want to try looking towards a new agent, even if it is just to give it a breath of fresh air and see if they can offer something new. Things you might want to focus on will include the likes of getting the pictures right. You need to paint the house in an honest light. Things like wide angle shots are often used to make rooms look bigger, but it's very obvious, and it will always put buyers off. You also want to make sure to promote perks such as links to buses and trains, nearby shops and other amenities, as these can be the difference between someone wanting to live there and not. Many thanks, Scott

    Answered on Sep 25 2013, Report content

Didn't find what you were looking for? Ask a question

More Selling in Glasgow questions on AskMe

See more AskMe Q&A about Selling