“You don’t hold open houses... Why?”

This goes back to passive versus active marketing. Wouldn't you rather have an agent on the phone every day working for you?

Also, most visitors are neighbors. In the current market, serious buyers call for an appointment. Buyers no longer walk in and buy homes. Another issue is, unfortunately, there has been some theft, especially of prescription drugs. In a larger home, it is very difficult to keep an eye on everyone.

To see how the zac team would get your Atlanta, Decatur, or Buckhead home sold (and to see the list of the 53 websites we would list your home on!) please visit www.GotZac.com for our Plan of Action and Marketing Plan! Curious as to how much your home would sell for? Check out www.atlanta-homevalues.com for your estimated selling price!

This is part of an on-going question and answer series of the most frequently asked questions we get in real estate. From seller objections to buyer concerns, the zac team will help explain our rationale behind our philosophy in selling real estate here in Atlanta!

For questions 1-10, please click here!
#11: “If we have to sell that low, then why wouldn't we just sell it ourselves and pay 3% to the agent that sells it?”
#12: "Can't we come down in price later?"
#13: "What if we aren't quite ready yet? We need to finish a couple of projects around the house before we put it on the market."

#14: “Will you cut your commission? The other agents will.”
#15: "Why don't you advertise in print?"