Having a Boston condo buyer look at your home while it is on the market is a good sign but looking and making an offer is not the same thing. The homes that sell are selling quickly. We are back to the good old days when having a home on the market for more than 60 days means something. Usually, it means the home is overpriced.
I had one listing recently where the buyer feedback kept coming back as “average”. After a ton of showings and a lot of average ratings we reduced the price by just 5K and suddenly the feedback went from average to above average and the sellers got an offer.
Because of the pandemic, the demand for high-rise condos for sale has faded. I am finding that Boston condo buyers are still reluctant to move into downtown Boston high rise condo. It is possible today to have several showings on a home for sale in a short period of time and not get an offer. However, once the vaccine is administered to the masses, I do see demand coming back. The bad news for sellers that may not be until later 2021
It takes a while to get used to the idea that Boston high rise condos that once had in high demand are no longer.