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Why Isn't My End Unit Townhouse In Alexandria Selling?

Photo of 710 Four Mile Rd Are you a seller with a residence in 22305 in the City of Alexandria that just isn't selling? Did you know that in Beverly Park:
  • the average number of days on the market is 5.
  • the most expensive end unit townhouse on the market is 710 Four Mile Rd.
  • the least expensive end unit townhouse on the market is 710 Four Mile Rd.
  • 710 Four Mile Rd is currently listed for $495,000.
A home that's seen very little activity when selling for months is frustrating. A few questions to ask your agent include:
  • Is your place listed on your local multiple listing service?
  • Does the current market favor buyers or sellers?
  • What's the average days on market in your section?

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Here are several reasons properties similar to 710 Four Mile Rd in the City of Alexandria will sometimes have no offers:
  • Decor — Neutral decor doesn't excite anyone, but flashy decor can distract home buyers.
  • Odor — Many properties have an odor that the owner doesn't even know aware of.
  • Photos — If your listing has yet to sell, you may want to revisit the photos you’re using to present it on the MLS.
  • First Impression — Let's face it: some end unit townhouses are not attractive when you first gaze upon them.
These are problems we’ve seen before and challenges we know how to overcome. Are you thinking about selling your place of residence in Beverly Park? If so, it's prudent to see what residences have sold for in the surrounding neighborhood. Those homes can give a property seller an idea of the list price for your modest place of residence. Reach out to Nesbitt Realty to get a free and more accurate assessment of your property's value. I can also prepare a marketing plan to present to you how we plan to get you the best price as quickly as possible.
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