venzmelk05, Home Buyer in Bonita Springs, FL

On average, for the high rise units how much the sold price is usually above the asking price .

Asked by venzmelk05, Bonita Springs, FL Wed Jun 13, 2012

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Such a question can only lead to misleading answers.....it varies too much from deal to deal......each deal is unique and different.


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1 vote Thank Flag Link Wed Jun 13, 2012
We have 3 types of sales: Regular Sales (often overpriced), Bank owned (REO --often below market listing prices) & Short Sales (ficticious asking prices)

Ask your Realtor to send you "sold" and ignore the asking, pending.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Jun 13, 2012
The selling price is not usually above the asking price. It is typically about 5% below the asking price.
Let me know if i can help you.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Jun 13, 2012
On average, property in Lee County has sold for about 94% of asking price over the past three years. Here is a blog post detailing three year trends in the Lee County market: http://www.gulfreturns.com/2012/01/fort-myers-3-year-housing…

Good luck with your search!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Jun 13, 2012
Hi,

In my experience the sold price is usually around 90% of the listing or "asking" price. But that would depend on the particular high rise. Please let me know what high rise you are looking at and I can give you more detailed information on that particular building historically.

Andres Sanchez
andresgsanchez@kw.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Jun 13, 2012
This depends and it will vary as well. Our search engine as a licensed Realtor is more advanced than what you will find on the web and it may make it easier for you to work with us in your home search. The link to our website is below. Let me know how I may help further. http://www.naplesrealestateguys.com/
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Jun 13, 2012
I think sold price is usally 95-98% of asking price. I have not seen many going above asking price. This is still a buyers market and negotiation is expected. Market is heading in right direction. The key is knowing how and with whom to negotiate.
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