I've been on the market for four weeks and I'm not getting much interest, what would you recommend?
So, for the last few years, we've been in a seller's market. This means there just aren't enough homes for the buyers. If your property isn't selling at the moment, nine times out of ten, it's going to be because the price isn't correct. People can understandably get worried about reducing the price, and how it may appear to people - but if you consider a supermarket, the busiest aisle is always the reduced section. So don't be worried about reducing your property.
Sometimes we liken getting sold to the clutch of a car. If your foot all the way to the floor, the clutch has no bite and so you could be even rolling backwards. But as you bring the clutch up and you reduce the price, you move forward slowly and with that slow movement comes viewings. And once you have viewings, then you'll have offers. It really isn't a complicated science to understand once explained. If you're not sold, it simply means the market doesn’t see the property as worth the price it’s up for. All you need to do is just bring that price down.