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Ten Signs Your Big Bear Home May Be Overpriced

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It takes an experienced agent to accurately price your home and guide you through the selling process. Unfortunately, many homeowners have ignored the prevailing logic and listed with inexperienced agents that only tell them what they want to hear instead of what they need to know. If you’re wondering why your home hasn’t sold, here are ten sure signs that your home is overpriced.

10. The last time your home was shown a Bush was in the white house.

9. The only visitor to your last open house was your agent (Aunt Martha).

8. You’re virtual tour was featured on America’s Funniest Home Videos.

7. Every time a neighbor drives by they point and laugh.

6. Your agent has un-friended you on Facebook.

5. The only agent that would agree to list at your price is a relative.

4. The last offer you received was written on parchment.

3. Your agent is suing you for breach of promise and mental cruelty.

2. Your listing has more extensions than Beyonce.

1. The St Joseph you buried in the yard has sprouted branches.

If any of these signs apply to you it’s time to contact the Big Bear real estate professionals at Tyler Wood Group and get the help you need to sell your home in today’s challenging real estate market.

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