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What Buyer Incentives Can I Offer In A Slow Market?
Category - Home Selling Questions - Staging & Marketing FAQ's

In a slow market, sellers often must become creative and offer incentives to differentiate their home from others in the market.  During a slow market, the number of homes for sale typically increases because the buyers are less available or shopping for bargains.  Incentives offered by sellers can include: pricing the property very competitively; offering a substantial bonus to the selling broker, thus encouraging them to bring their buyers to your home; offering to contribute or cover the buyer’s closing costs; carrying the property tax for a period past the closing; considering a lease-purchase; considering partial owner financing; or signing up for a mortgage assistance program.  Your agent should be able to suggest ways in which to make your home more marketable. 

 
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