It’s July 1 today.
I’m not raising this point because I’m concerned you’ll otherwise miss out on the celebrations of the day. I bring it up because there’s about a ten percent chance that your listing is still being promoted with photos showing snow if it was listed between the first of January and the end of April. Even though winter is long gone and spring is now behind us, I managed yesterday to find nearly forty listings that are still being displayed in a prairie winter wonderland setting. Some of them are showing quite a lot of snow.
Anyone who lives in Saskatoon is accustomed to snow, but snow in July is still a crazy idea, one which buyers just won’t understand. It not only looks stupid but it is probably robbing you of any chance that you might have to bag an offer before the snow flies again. If you do get an offer, the buyer will surely feel justified in coming in very low since your home has been for sale for what seems like forever.
It’s not your fault, but clearly this problem won’t be addressed unless you’re prepared to do something about it. Please check your listing online to see if the photos are seasonally appropriate.
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