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How To Sell Your Home In The Current Market

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http://money.uk.msn.com/msn-local/articles.aspx?cp-documentid=155389325

According to the latest home price survey from Hometrack, the average time a property remains on the market before an offer is received has risen over the last four consecutive months, and now stands at 9.6 weeks - its highest for more than a year.

At the same time, the latest figures from the National Association of Estate Agents, show the average number of buyers registering on estate agents' books continued to fall in October, down from 247 in September to only 218 in October.

Buyers are continuing to stay away for a number of reasons: some are holding out for greater reductions, others are simply suffering from restrictive lending criteria and are unable to secure a mortgage. Either way, there are a lot of desperate sellers around at the moment.

Where?

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Drop the price!

+1 again

I am still seeing 'new properties' coming on for sale at ludicrous prices when previous overpriced houses are still sitting there.

house near me on the market in 2008 for 640K

did not sell so back on the market November 2009 for 595K

still did not sell

so now on with another agent for 635K as of November 2010. :D

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