It’s a tough business. The 1st agent tees it up. The 2nd agent gives more to take different photos, inform/convince the seller that it really is the market that sets the price and eventually gets one or two price reductions. Then, it’s usually the third that breezes in, after seller and market fatigue and clinches the deal.
In this case, it was agent #four. And I must say, that the 3rd agent only had 56 days @ $1,795,000 and it was still winter – so the photos showed the house in all it’s glory, and not veiled behind Japanese Maple and leaves.
It suffered a long history, during it’s 688 days on market, starting in 2015 @ $2,495,000