The first most important answer is make sure the tenant allows access and showings. A key box with his permission is the best route. One missed showing could cost the potential sale with the right buyer. Some investors would keep a good tenant to his or her benefit. But at least the monthly term gives you the ability to give notice to vacate for an owner occupant at closing date. Please contact me to discuss details to better assist you.
Russ Greenberg, ePro. Realtor
The way I see it...is why would you want your condo to sit vacant if you have a paying tenant? The second thing you want to ask yourself, is the tenant going to be easy for your Agents Showings? Third, if your tenant is super messy and it doesn't show well, this would be the only reason I suggest having him/her move out.
The market is hot with little inventory, and as long as you price your condo well...it will sell fast!. If you need help pricing it, and would like me to provide you a comparative market analysis it's my pleasure. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Jennifer Sommers, Nestler Poletto Sotheby's International Realty
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Givoni Realty Corp.
I would love to further discuss the details on your Boca condo and let you know how I, backed by Sotheby's International Realty, can effectively market and sell your home. We have extensive global reach with over 600 offices all over the world (key in this current market), cutting edge marketing intiatives and campaigns, an amazing network of agents all working together to get homes sold. . . and from me, you can expect, unparalled customer service, professionalism, attention to detail and complete thoroughness. I welcome the opportunity and look forward to hearing from you.
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If the current rent you are charging will allow an investor to make a sufficient profit on the condo, then an investor is likely to jump on the unit when you put it up for sale.
If, however, the rent you are charging the tenant will not leave an investor with a sufficient return on his investment, you may have a difficult time selling it in that manner.
In that case, you will need to sell to someone who wants to live in the unit. Make sure your tenant is amenable to people coming in to view the condo before you put it up for sale.
If the tenant refuses to make the unit available, you will have to wait until he or she vacates before showing.
Marc Jablon, The Jablon Team
RE/MAX Complete Solutions
2. Do you need the income from the month-to-month desperately? If so, will the month-to-month agree to the staging suggestions of the agent you hire (since you're in TN, I presume by your email)? For example, I am a licensed Realtor Associate, but I have also taken staging courses and know how to present and stage a property to maximize what you have and get a top price quickly. Will the tenant agree to allow the home to be staged, if they stay?
3. Use an agent who has familiarity with renters if you're an absentee (i.e. Tennessee with a Boca property) landlord, so they can speak and be part of the negotiations and dealings with the renter in person. For example, my husband is partners in a large apartment building and his negotiation skills with renters are superior than mine, but my staging skills outdo his. Makes us a great team of Realtors.
4. Are they current in paying the rent? Are there children in the condo? Will they let the condo be shown freely? Does it look better furnished? Does it need repairs, touchup paint, etc..?
5. Is it more a seasonal condo or is it more a year-round?
and 6. Do you want to get the highest price possible or do you just want to dump it fast or a combination of both?
Regardless of which way you go and what professional Realtor you use, please feel free to email me and ask for my selling and staging tips -- since I'm educated and experienced in both, I have some really good ideas for you to use whether an empty or occupied property. If you'd allow us (Seymour and Kathleen Fineman) to see your condo and offer suggestions and give you a listing presentation, we'd appreciate that also. I'm sure you'll find the two of us to be the most qualified to handle the task.
Depends on how accessible the tenant will make the condo for showings. Please contact me and I would be happy to help you. I found a buyer for my last listed condo within 6 hours of listing. Please call it email me to discuss.
Lilia Biberman, PA
Residential Real Estate
Jolie Abreu, RealtorÂ®
(561) 288-0279 Cell
(561) 922-6320 Fax
Re/Max Complete Solutions
That all depends on the tenant.
If you have a good relationship with him/her, talk to the tenant about your desire to sell, and see if they're okay with showings, based on Realtors giving 24-hour notice beforehand.
Also see how the tenant feels about such things as being present for all showings, or having a lockbox on the property. If the tenant feels comfortable with your Realtor, he/she may agree to showings when they're not present, provided your agent accompanies all showings.
Selling a home with a tenant in it can be done. It just depends on the people. Good luck.
If you would like to get maximum exposure to sell your condo, please contact me to find out how I will do that so we can sell your condo quickly and at the highest possible price.
Marilyn Jacobs, Realtor
Jeffrey Ray & Associates