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The very best way to know the list price for your apartment is to request for a Comparative Market Analysis from a real estate agent (often called brokers in New York City). I would be happy to provide you with a CMA, just send me an email or call. There is no charge or obligation for this.
If the apartment needs work that will lower the price. If the monthly charges (maintenance for a cooperative, common charges for a condo) are low relative to other similar apartments, that will raise the price.A laundry room is an amenity and certainly raises the desirability, and hence the price, of your apartment.
I know of three co-op apartments for sale in the Greenwich Village area, not so far from yours, with 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Two are around 800 square feet in size and both recently renovated; the third one is a large duplex that needs work. The listed prices are $650,000, $750,000 and $850,000, respectively.
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Karla Harby, VP
Charles Rutenberg Realty
That said, however, every apartment must be considered on its own merits and ultimately, it is only worth what a buyer will pay for it: overpriced properties take longer to sell and require 'price adjustments' and are often the most painful path to finding a purchaser. Best is to do your homework and find the comparable apartments which have RECENTLY sold: similar size, square footage, views, condition, etc. and try to price it reasonably if you wish to sell with alacrity. I can make a site visit to help you with this sort of thing or contact me to further discuss selling your apartment. Boiling things down to a price per square foot is not always the best way to assess or view a property but in the Village you can certainly garner at least $1,000 per square foot and usually more! Maggie Hopp, CEO Hopp Property LLC, Maggie@HoppProperty.com 212 947 0578