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Whatever category you stick it in make sure that "Updated" or "Remodeled" is in the headline.
Back on market with all bells and whistles.
Naomi Emmerson the world would know the fact anyways - so why hide? Just be discrete and promote the positives of the home when it is 'back on market'!
Anything that I see as "Back on the market" I am sure to check out. There are Buyers that missed ut the first time around and now is their chance to make that offer. The price is also usually lower.
The way you phrased your question it sounds like it is a new listing, not back on the market...
Yes, there will be questions as to why it's back on the market. But, this could be good as it will generate interest.
You can also add why it's back on the market right into the listing description.
Back on market will bring the question of what happened. Good agents will be able to legitimize this. Also, when room allows a quick explanation will help this.
I would be wary as a consumer, but if I had a smart agent who contacted you about the repairs and remodeling, i wouldn't worry about it!
That will most likely get agents to research why it didn't sell the first time. But that could be for a variety of reasons. Just be prepared to disclose why it was taken off market, and show any repairs, etc that might have been done. People will suspect the worst I guess.
It is all in the way you word the marketing, and I don't think that "Back on Market is a stigma. From what we hear from savvy agents in your area is that there is a big demand for homes in Austin. Wishing you the best of luck. A