There could be many reasons why your house is not selling even though your house is located in the best area. Knowing there is a problem is the first step toward resolving the problem of not getting an offer. Here is some few tip on why your house is not selling:

High price: many homeowners place too high values on a house just because they love it and live in the house for years. Take a look at it from a buyer’s perspective; it is not always easy. The best way to get a realistic idea of what houses are selling is to look at the recent sales in your area.

Poor first impression: it so easy to overlook the external appearance of your house, but they are the first things a buyer notices. Try to make sure that the exterior has a fresh coat of paint, and the lawn is well manicured. You don’t have to spend a fortune doing a complete renovation, but the exterior of your house is what buyer notice first, and the first impression do last.

Old appliances: if the appliances in your house are old or mismatched, it may give the buyer an impression that the house needs more renovation. Aesthetics is important, but it is also essential that doors, appliances, electrical and plumbing fixtures comply with current building code are in good working order. This gives the buyer the impression that they will be able to move in and start enjoying their home.

Renovation: it’s reasonable enough to renovate your house to suit your style and lifestyle, but most buyers expect the garage to be a place for parking car and not for home office. When you renovate the bedroom into a home theater, this discourages your buyer. So to get a good and quick offer consider returning them to their original purpose.

You choose the wrong agent: sometimes there is nothing wrong with your house, it is priced right and well maintained. But when you chose the wrong agent, your house doesn’t sell. The agent is your front line representative, and when your agent doesn’t care, it turns people off. So search for an agent who will make an active effort to sell your house.