Small rural markets in real estate sales, the treatment of property listings is vastly different.
Than the approach with urban offerings of real estate for sale. What should a seller do to enhance their real estate listing in less populated areas like Maine?
In a small rural market, like city settings what is important is pricing first.
Then possession date, the over all condition of the buildings. If there is a house and bank financing is involved then those come right along into the picture.
Of the adding any perks to enhance and attract interest to the property listing for sale.
It's all way way less important in small priced rural markets like in the less populated, out in the country Maine real estate areas.
Practical considerations, like low cost to run. Easy to maintain features trump the fancy, luxury elements. Everything is lower priced in small rural markets too.
Less money flowing, better impulse control managing or spending it wisely happens. The condition of the roof, heating system, foundation, overall structure of the property listing is what gets eyeballed hard. Like the cost to heat to keep the household budget balanced, in the black.