Sticking around or bolting out of the Maine home for sale door, to the real estate on the market hunting for a buyer?
Should the Maine home seller stay or go? This question is batted around the real estate circles with professionals usually says leave please.
The agent or broker will take it from here thank you very much.
My take on stay or go is it depends. On the dynamics of the market, the location away from where the buyer lives out of state and if the seller helps or hurts the process. A Maine farm takes more time to tour, like a small business listing than just a home on a small lot.
Have found a Maine real estate property listing seller on board a deterrent in only the cases where they follow around and try to help sell to the point of being obnoxious.
Trying too hard or just talking too much, domineering the tour the way the seller thinks best.
Instead of the pace and stops the buyer wants to make.It should be free and easy and not like a Disney turnstyle and back and forth to kill time in line right? But zip through slam bam can kill the chances of a sale to the buyer treated with too much haste. That feels neckreined like a horse pushed hard and kicked by the spurs at a barrel race.
Making small talk, chit chat takes away from the job at hand showing a property listing.
To serious consider this piece of real estate as something to invest in or to keep looking. Does it fit or not?