No idea what CHFA is. You should contact and speak to some agents in your local area and look for one that you can work with, is experienced with at least a few years of full-time experience. See who you like, who returns your calls and then work with them, put your trust in your agent and let them guide you.
I don't think you can say that bank owned homes (what you call a foreclosure) is always the best deal. they sell them at or near market values as do regular sellers and a regular sellers home might be in better shape. Banks won't do repairs so you will have to.
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Hi- I do live and work within the vicinity of the property and can answer any questions that you might have in regards to this area of Denver. You can give me a call on 303-589-6692 or e-mail me at email@example.com. Thanks Debbie Taylor, Realtor... more
I have been selling homes in the Denver area for the past 30 years and can abslolutely tell you to run from any agent who says they can sell any home in 60 days. You just never know what a buyer will think and how fast they will move.
The answer I think you are looking for is: Is it at all logical to see your condo move in 60 days if is is priced right? The answer to that question is probably. Condos are taking about 110 days to sell - on average in Denver today. That means some sell quicker - some take longer.
If your unit shows well, has better carpet that the competition, and is in a fairly desirable location, it should be able to sell in under 60 days. (no guarantees - just a good probability)
I would be happy to take a look at your property to give you a more accurate idea of market value and how to best "stage" your home for sale.
Bill Kosena, ABR, CRS, SRES... more