1. Your home is poorly presented
A messy, clutter-filled property sends all the wrong signals to potential buyers. Put yourself in the buyers shoes, does your home have kerb appeal? Make it look appealing outside, mow the lawn, weed the beds, clean the windows and doors and remove any rubbish. Then, continue inside. Clear the clutter, put some things into storage if possible. Give buyers the opportunity to see how they may live and use the space.
2. Poor Marketing
Properties should be marketed directly to motivated buyers whose requirements match your property. Viewings should be kept to motivated buyers who are in a position to make an offer only. Ensure your property is being marketed outside of the the portals, it should be sent to your agents database of buyers looking for a property that matches yours. It should also be shared on social media and via the agents website.
When it is listed on the portals
Many homes get lost then they are listed on the property portals. Potential buyers have access to hundreds of properties to consider online. If your property doesn’t stand out, they will swipe past. At the very least your home needs multiple high-quality photo’s, detailed information and floor plans.