My name is Blima, from GW Realty,just listed a house in Boro Park on the corner of 53rd Street & 11th Ave. Listed the house on 4/14/2010 in contract 6/16/2010. I service the Boro Park area. Call me at 917-449-3902, so I may see the house, meet with you and give a estimate on the selling price of your house.
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Chuck, You are asking the same question many sellers are asking themselves right now. There is never a bad time to sell if you are realistic in your pricing. Your home has to stand out against your competition. There are still buyers looking for good well kept homes that are priced correctly. With that being said, the best way to find out what your Co-op will be worth in the current market is to talk with a local Realtor in your area. Make sure the the Realtor you talk to is qualified and brings real up to date evidence to back up whatever they tell you. There are still too many Realtors out there who will tell you what you want to hear versus what you need to hear.
Email me if you need help identifying a good Realtor. I work with Top Tier Agents all over the country.
I hope this helps.
This is a Million dollar question. The bootm of the market is only known by historical data. You and everyother home owner will determine when the bottom of the real estate market will have happened. You say that the economy will continue to erode. that is 1 mans opinion and a great one. You can only decide. there will be no clear indicator of the bottom until it has happened.
The national economy and workd economy is in the hands of no one person. But you can help or hinder the progress by you personal decisions. In this market buying and selling in a single time frame is the key. What ever the market values is you are shipting your assets in one time frame. I just sold in Las Vegas Nevada and bought in St George Utan. The paper values have shifted but the value of home ownership is the same since man sold caves as homes.
Put your twin home on the market find a replacement you and your family will love and coinsied the move of assets in one time frame is my advice
Do what everyone is doing---use the Internet! to see how and get help go to my web site below and download the fre ebook "THE 12 PRINCIPLES TO SUCCESSFULLY SELLING YOUR PROPERTY USING THE INTERNET."
All the Best,
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have your listing broker add the clause "sold as is" on the listing agreement, mls and on any sales agreement. however selling as is does to relive you if you knowing do not disclose a problem you know of, wherether a defect, holes in roof, bad plumbing, pests, etc. so make sure you discuss the reason why you want to sell as is with your realtior so they can advise you of what you can and can not do. good luck... more
Congratulations on attempting to sell your brownstone yourself. There are a large number of questions regarding FSBO's (For Sale By Owner) on Trulia's Talk threads. I suggest reading them if you're looking for pointers. My second suggestion: Get a good real estate attorney so you can be informed about all the disclosures you're responsible for and other legal consequences involved in selling your brownstone.
If it turns out that you decide to hire a Realtor in selling your brownstone, please think of me. I would like to interview for the position. If you need a referral for a great real estate attorney, shoot me an email. I would be happy to provide that also.
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