If the home garners little interest, no offers and sits on the market, their agent is going to want to do a price reduction. As price reductions generally run anywhere between $5,000 to $25,000 (or more depending on the list price), that is a bitter pill for most sellers to swallow. In addition to that, once the sellers realize that ‘its not going so well’, they are going to want to re-visit the idea of staging. Which means a price reduction AND the costs associated with staging. Which is a double bitter pill to swallow.
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