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You can sell it on your own or hire a broker, but statistically selling on your own takes longer then if you hired a broker and keep in mind if you sell it on your own are you going to want to handle and deal with the process. So I suggest you hire a broker and if you go that route then I would interview several agents and see what they have to offer. You would probably want to ask your board maybe there's an agent who has had prior listing in your building sometimes there's an agent that specializes in specific building's. Eventually you would need a lawyer but you won't need one til you have an offer that your going to accept so you can wait until that point but I would start to look for one if you don't know one most agent's know lawyers who specialize in real estate, also you want one who is versed in co-op's. Also keep in mind before you put your property on the market what your next move is if your planning to buy you might want to get prequalified yourself to see what your situation is there have been many new rules in obtaining mortgages these day's that can have an overall effect on obtaining another mortgage. Just putting that out there me not knowing your situation
I understand you want to sell your home, well right now itâ€™s a great time. Thereâ€™s a lot you need to know if youâ€™re trying to sell your home on your own. Reason I bring this up, about 90% of FSBO (For Sale by Owner) end up listing their property with a broker. Below is a link I would like you to read and if you have any inquires please donâ€™t hesitate to call.
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Yes you can try selling by your self how ever broker has pocket full of client looking for property like yours .
Coop also require plenty of paper work ,follow up and board package to prepare ,if your property is in Manhattan I be happy to stop by I live in the city for the past 40 years and know it inside out.
Selling in NY you must be presented by attorney and if you have a Real Estate one even better.
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