If you'd like a CMA (comparative market analysis) drawn up of what your apt. value is currently, just contact me. As always, it's what the market will bear and good old supply and demand. It depends on the apt.-- size, layout, # of bedrooms, location, price per square foot, view, services, etc.
I've lived or worked downtown in Tribeca since 1979 and am familiar with almost every building. I can also refer you to a mortgage broker who shops among 100s of lenders and will be able to tell you if any would be able to fund a loan for your sale, rather than just a big bank, who are by nature in my opinion more conservative in their lending-- especially post credit crunch.
That said, don't give up just yet. Tribeca is in high demand-- always. Even in post Sandy and post 9/11 world. Safe neighborhood, great schools, tony address. And, many buyers have cash who are shopping in that neighborhood.
If you'd like to speak, feel free to contact me. I can charge a significantly low commission rate on sales and have great experience, selling many Tribeca listings I've had within weeks.
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I offer first time buyers who use me as their agent a 10% rebate of my commission on their purchase after closing. For example, if someone is buying a $1,000,000 NYC home with 6% split commission, 3% to "my side", I would rebate them $3,000. I'd consider that an incentive, but just works with me, as my company allows me to do it. On a 5% it would be $2500. The rebate varies depending on purchase price and commission, but it is significant and something I have been doing, but don't know how much longer I will be, so contact me soon if interested.... more
I had to share this as well. Well I was writing the below response, I received an e-mail with a "Trulia lead for a buyer looking in my area." The purchaser is looking in Mississippi. I'm based in NYC. Trulia really needs to get it's act together.... more