Use this blog post to help home sellers rebound psychologically and emotionally from an expired listing. This can also be a good piece for prospecting for expired listings by demonstrating your empathy and experience with sellers who have “been there.”
- Recovering from an Expired Listing
- How to Get Over an Expired Listing
- Moving on after your home doesn’t sell the first time
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Selling a home is an emotional process… especially when your home doesn’t sell the first time around. If you’ve had the unfortunate experience of seeing your plans to move fall apart, here’s a little help for getting over the slump and regrouping for the future.
From the post:
“Everyone says selling your home is one of life’s great emotional rollercoasters. From making the leap to moving day, the process is one of surprises, anticipation, and (hopefully) celebration. But what happens if your home doesn’t sell?
If your home’s been on the market for the length of your contract with your real estate agent and it hasn’t sold, your home is on its way to becoming “an expired listing.” At this point you have to make a choice whether to continue with your agent, find a new agent, or delay your dreams and take your home off the market. Still, the sting of the experience lingers. How do you move on from an expired listing? Here are some tips to learn and even grow from the experience…”
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