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How many viewings should one expect per week?

How many viewings should one expect per week through one estate agent? We have had four in two weeks, is that good or bad? Also what is the ratio of viewings to sale?

Asked on Mar 28 2011, Selling in Aylesbury | Report content

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  • I would be encouraged with four viewings within two weeks. Whether that is good or bad depends on how keenly you have priced your property. For example if is priced for a quick sale 4 viewings would be disappointing. The ratio for viewings to sale depends on the area, most agent work on between 7 - 10 viewings per sale as an average.

    Answered on Mar 29 2011, Report content
  • Two viewings a week is quite good. If this number of viewings is sustained by your agent, they are working well for you. The number of viewings on a property can depend on so many things, area, marketing, price etc. Usually if a property isn’t getting many viewings, a good agent will re-evaluate the marketing of your property and perhaps look at whether the price is correct in the current market conditions.

    Answered on Mar 29 2011, Report content
  • This is a hard question to answer as it depends on where the property is and if it is well priced etc. I would expect 4 viewings a week to be good in the current climate and would say after 15 viewings you should have at least one offer to consider.

    Answered on Mar 29 2011, Report content
  • If your property is the nice terraced cottage at £155,000 on the market with Hursts, I would get them to retake the front shot with some blue sky and white fluffy clouds. Your viewings will double! Nice property by the way. Have you considered giving the house a name? I use that one all the time and works everytime. Email me if you want more info

    Answered on Mar 30 2011, Report content
  • I think 2 viewings per week isn't great. You must also consider the location of the property, and the demand for renting in the area. The price may also play as a factor, as the agency may have over valued the property in order to gain instruction from yourself. If a property isn't gaining many viewings, it will normally be because of the quality of the photo's the agency has, the condition of the apartment, the description of the property on their website, how well they are advertising the property, and it may also be simply that it's priced too high. I would suggest speaking to the agency and asking for feedback from each viewing, finding out why the applicants who have viewed haven't offered.

    Answered on Apr 13 2011, Report content

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