Advice for Buyers:
Advice for Sellers:
- You can write a letter and mail each owner asking if they would like to sell their condo.
- You can call or visit the real estate offices near the condo building to ask about any available units.
-You can go online to sites like RealtyTrac.com to find pre-foreclosures.
I hope this answer has helped you.
For short sales in the condo building in which you are interested or anywhere else, you should contact a local real estate professional for help. Pick are Realtor with whom you feel comfortable and who you feel can meet your needs. If you do not know anyone ask a friend or relative for a recommendation. Most people know a Realtor that they would be happy to recommend. Best part is that your Realtor comes free to you since the Realtor's commission is usually paid by the seller.
Almost every real estate agents works with short sales these days. You should contact an experienced agent in the area that you are searching and they should be able to help you. If you want give me a call, I have two offices in Brooklyn and if for some reason I cannot help you I can easily refer you to another agent who can. Good luck!
Mitchell S. Feldman
Associate Broker/ Director of Sales
Madison Estates & Properties, Inc.
Office: (718) 645-1665/ Cell: (917) 805-0783