Neuhaus has been the leading seller of homes on Staten Island over the past 30+ years. We have the track record and expertise that will benefit you.
Gary R. DeFilippo, CMFS
To sell the house you need to check current inventory for similar homes on market. Price your house accordingly and depend on condition of your home. Talk to 3 professionals about your HOME. Find the agent you fill comfortable to work with. Be patient. NOW -the BEST time.
Robert Defalco Realty has 4 locations:
2-in Staten Island, 1- in Brooklyn, 1- in New Jersey. We can meet at any one. For more INFO, please call c. 646-325-5504 or o. 718-605-9300
Hope to talk to you soon.
Licensed Real Estate Associate
SI Dream House Real Estate
That said, your Agent will suggest a Price Range that reflects the current market -- a home can only sell for its "market value" -- what a Buyer is willing to pay. Assuming the Buyer is getting a Mortgage, the Bank will send out an Appraiser -- this assures that the Buyer doesn't overpay for the home.
I'd suggest that you visit a few Sunday Open Houses -- meet some local Agents -- interview a few in your home setting -- you are sure to find someone who's a good match for you.
I am very familiar with the neighborhoods in the 10309 zip and I would be happy to give you a comparative market value estimate. Please call me at 917-270-5379.
A proficient Realtor will be one who runs comparative sales in your immediate neighborhood of comparable properties. The result will be a range of prices based on condition.
As yours has apparently not been updated, you already know at which end of the spectrum you will fall.
If you are really looking for a quick sale, price it a few hundred dollars less than the other currently marketed properties, but make sure you are less than one that has also not been updated.
I would be glad to discuss it further with you; feel free to give us a call.