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How do I get more viewings?

Hi, We've been on the Market for 3 weeks. Our house is listed at the mid-point of the 4 valuations we had. I think our advert and photos are good and the house is in a brilliant location in the area. Yet, we've only had 2 viewings in the 1st week and none-since. Checked our performance on line was high and 20 people had asked for the details. Does that return sound poor? Could it be the Estate Agent isn't being proactive enough?

Asked on Mar 5 2014, Selling in Wakefield | Report content

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  • A shortage of viewings is normally a combination of factors. To pinpoint the exact reason will require a combination of trial and error, not forgetting hard work from your estate agent. Firstly I would suggest a reckie on similar properties sold close to you, I would compare them with your own, once you have done this take a look at similar properties available to check your competition. If you are still confident try giving your property a fresh look online by asking the agent to change the photos and re-list i.e if you are showing a picture from an angle to the left of your property try one from the right and replicate this throughout making your property seem like a new listing. if you are finding you are still not achieving viewings start thinking about adding another agent to market the property to increase competition and motivation. Kind regards Robbie Withers Director of Wingate & Withers

    Answered on Mar 7 2014, Report content
  • Thanks for the advise. 3 weeks on still no more viewings. Spoke to Estate Agent they have suggested we run a open house. They won't provide any staff but will advertise it on Zoopla/RM etc. They don't seem to be remotely proactive.

    Answered on Mar 24 2014, Report content

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