After running a quick comp for you in "The Green" in the past 180 days there was one short sale - 2 beds, 1.5 bath 1131 sq ft. not remodeled unit that sold for $135k. Currently there is one other unit that is "Pending Inspection" @ $243k. and it is a 2 bed, 1.25 ba, nicely remodeled. Inventory is extremely low here now and I feel confident I can help you sell your unit for $$240-$260 depending how quickly you want to sell. I also offer a 1% listing fee for full service. Visit my website for more information.
Inventory levels are still very low and it is certainly a good time to get a good home on the market. Zillow is a fun toy to look at home values, but not a good tool to use. I would recommend having a professional realtor provide a Market Analysis for your condo. I say that because there are many factors that will come into play with the actual list price and eventual sale price for you home.
I know the area well that you are talking about and have successfully listed and sold condos there. Is your home in the green condominium complex.
right now if I was going to list a condo in that area with out seeing it, a range I would feel comfortable saying would be between $201k-$210k. Again, you mentioned a renovated condo....so too many other variables to consider, but figure you came here wanting some idea. again, dont hesitate to ask myself or any of the other qualified, professional realtors here for a detailed analysis...it is a service we provide with no expectations from you at this stage.
it does appear there may be alot more to your circumstances....feel free to contact me privately to discuss.
First things first, Zillow in the Seattle market is within 5% of the actual selling price of the Zestimates only 36.1% of the time, so while it's a place to start, don't rely on Zillow or any other automated valuation for a selling price.
If your home is nicer than the comparables, more up to date and presented well, it will sell for more. The only reliable estimate of market value comes from an experienced Broker who works the market and knows the inventory.
No doubt you've been reading about the inventory shortages. This is the best buyers market we've seen in a while. The values won't be back to 2007 peaks yet, but they are better than they have been lately.
If you want a reliable idea of what you can get, call me or another great agent and we'll be glad to give you a no obligation Market Analysis.
See currently listed Townhomes / Condos in Redmond: http://www.searchseattle.net/idx/search/a3f390d88e4c41f2747b