But the calls are coming in and the requests are so many that I need to
show more of them. I would love to have work with you and any referrals
we can add my inventory for sale. Please send fee and we will work on
them together. I just need a few seconds to sit with you and discuses a
plan that will work for bothof us. Please just give me a call as soon as you can.
If I can be of further assistance please let me know.
Licensed Real Estate Agent
Century Homes Realty Group LC
Direct Line: 347-932-0609
Hello, you can advertise your co-op for free in many places online. The thing is, you are competing with many other owners and real estate agents and you need to know how to work your ads to get the attention they deserve. I would be more than happy to answer any questions you have if you call me today.
Visit my website to see how I advertise co-ops and how many I have already sold in a down market.
Go to: http://www.KandHhomes.com
Rhonda Holt - Licensed Agent
Weichert Realtors, H.P Greenfield
You can Google and find several sites where you can advertise your property for free.
Can I briefly tell you facts of today's market?
I'm assuming you prefer not to use an agent because you want to NET the highest amount. Makes all the sense in the world. In Theory.
In today's market we have more inventory then ever before over 9000 listings and counting. As the spring hits and things warm up, more people will put their apartments for sale.
With an agent it takes on average 162 days to sell an apartment. For every month it stays on the market after that you can add 10 additional days to that #. This is with an agent who will advertise for you, market, host open houses, get brokers in, and whatever else they do.
Most qualified buyers use brokers to help them find properties, even if they find it on their own online, they will most likely call a broker to negotiate for them. If they don't, you are looking at an investor or a vulture who will come in and low ball because they can. And they know if it wont be your apartment, they can look at 20 others and put it multiple offers on a few at one time. That's the trend today.
Prices will probably drop some more.
You have to ask your self, How will you make your apartment STAND OUT by advertising it for free?
You may want to reconsider that route.
I wish you best of luck.
Another option you have would be to hire a real estate agent to market the property for you! Then the agent would incur the marketing expenses and you would not have to pay anything until and unless you actually sell your co-op. This will be worth your while because you will not accept an offer unless you get a net dollar amount that is sufficient. By the way, usually the agents fee is justified simply do to the fact that statistically we get homeowners higher prices than they would have without our assistance! We also know how to qualify buyer to make sure that they can get the mortgage and more importantly pass the board!
My office is located right in your area, I would love the opportunity to help you. Please contact me, I am sure you will be glad that you did!
Madison Estates & Properties, Inc.
Office: (718) 645-1665 Cell: (917) 805-0783