According to Brooklyn New York Multiple Listing Service the average difference in listing price to selling price in Cobble Hill and Brooklyn Heights for 2012 year to date is about 6.5%. Keep in mind that all deals are different and this is just based on averages. There are still some properties that sell for the full price and I have also seen some lately that have sold for a 30% discount off the asking price. It all depends on how motivated the seller and/or buyer is and how properly priced the property is when it is placed on the market to begin with.
If I can be of further assistance please let me know. Good luck!
Mitchell S. Feldman
Associate Broker/ Director of Sales
Madison Estates & Properties, Inc.
Office: (718) 645-1665/ Cell: (917) 805-0783
Commercial | Residential
REMAX PARK SLOPE
Direct: (212) 300-3919
Enjoy the hunt for the right space!
Aleksandra Scepanovic, firstname.lastname@example.org, 347.227.8998
willing to pay. sometimes they actually sell for over asking. location, condition, desire, need all
play a part of your decision. I can only suggest that you go view what you like, and make your
best and highest offer. if they accept it great if not, and its not worth anymore to you, well then
we just move on. If there are some particular listings you are interested in, email them to me
and i will check them out for comps to see if they are in the right ballpark, but again, its the meeting
of the two minds.
Advice for Buyers:
Advice for Sellers:
Not customarily, but nevertheless every now and then the purchase price will exceed the list price! Also, a word of caution: if you're looking to purchase in Cobble Hill/Brooklyn Heights, then RLS (REBNY's listing service) is by far of more value then the Brooklyn MLS... REBNY members sell most properties in the area.