When you first put your house on the market, you might be hopeful for a quick sale—especially if you've put a lot of money into improving the house over the years and if the neighborhood is one that has historically attracted a lot of buyers. While you shouldn't panic if the house doesn't sell the moment you list it, you should begin to worry if the months start flying by without any real offers. If this is the case, here are 10 reasons why your house may not be selling.
You overvalued your property
Your listing is poor. If the listing of your home includes a poorly written description without any images, a lot of buyers are going to skip over it.
You're always present at showings. You should leave so the prospective buyer is comfortable looking at the property.
You're too attached.
You haven't had your home professionally cleaned.
You haven't staged your home.
Your home improvements are too personalized.
You kept up all of your personal décor.
Your home is too cluttered. This is a #1 issue.
Your home is in need of too many repairs.