Assuming that your asking price is reasonable, it should take somewhere between 3-6 months for you to close on the transaction - waiting for the right offer, waiting for the buyers to obtain mortgage and waiting for board interview/approval.
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To try and determine how long it will take to get from viewing to contract and then to closing there are a number of questions that must be answered. Some questions to consider are what is the condition of the unit. Is it newly renovated or is it original condition or an old renovation. There is a lot of competition for you in this community and your unit will be competing against many other units for sale in this area. What amenities does the coop project have, Gym, Pool, Concierge etc.
Price it right. A competent agent will be able to perform an accurate market evaluation and guide you. There is more to consider and plan for. Contact a competent agent for the best advice.
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Generally once you reach the Spring Season most seller are listed on the market and you will
have many competition. If you are looking to sell it's Generally 1 Month to receive an offer as long as you are priced in the market range. 2-3 Months if you are priced higher then market and you might
have a price drop. then to close it takes another 1 month or so with Bank commitment letter if the
buyer is taking a mortgage and another 1.5 month or more for the management to process the
application and have the board schedule an interview. Total of give of give or take 3 months after signing the contract.
But, if you don't have any compelling reason to sell or you are not planning to buy another property, it is better to stay put till the market is up.
By the way, 64 RD and 102 ST is Rego Park 11374, not Forest Hills 11375.
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If you price it correctly with similar sales in your building 2-4 Months, If your experimenting and making multiple price adjustments 6-8 months average.
At this time be nice to everyone on your Board and your building staff. When I bought my co-op the seller was so unpopular that the Board dragged it's feet about looking at my package and setting up the interview.