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Questions For Your Agent When Selling A Townhouse Similar To 138 Lynhaven Dr In 22305 In Alexandria

Photo of 138 Lynhaven Dr Are you a seller with a townhouse lingering on the market? Did you know that in Lynhaven:
  • the average number of days on the market is 5.
  • the most expensive townhouse on the market is 138 Lynhaven Dr.
  • the least expensive home on the market is 138 Lynhaven Dr.
  • 138 Lynhaven Dr is currently listed for $700,000.
A residence that's seen very little activity when advertised for sale for months can be scary. A few questions to ask your agent include:
  • Is your property listed on your local multiple listing service?
  • What's the average days on market in your community?
  • Since the day you listed, what homes have accepted offers, how many days did it take, and what price were they asking?

Recently Sold At Lynhaven

Here are a couple of reasons homes similar to 138 Lynhaven Dr in the City of Alexandria will sometimes have no action:
  • Location -- Every location has a buyer, but sometimes it takes a while to find THAT buyer
  • Photos -- If your listing has yet to sell, you may want to revisit the photos you’re using to present it on the MLS.
  • Parking -- A difficult driveway or a townhouse without good parking can be slow to sell.
  • Unreasonable price -- The toughest pill to swallow, but from time to time this is the problem.
These are problems we've seen before and challenges we know how to overcome. Are you contemplating selling your property in Lynhaven? If so, it's wise to compare what townhouses have sold for in the surrounding enclave. Those homes can give a home seller an idea of the list price for your $700,000 dwelling. Talk to Nesbitt Realty to get a free and more accurate assessment of your residence's value. Nesbitt Realty can also prepare a marketing plan to showcase to you how we plan to get you the best price as quickly as possible.
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