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Donna0616, Home Seller in Algonquin, IL

How can i find pricing on condos sold in the last few months at 21 Kristin in Schaumburg IL?

Asked by Donna0616, Algonquin, IL Thu Apr 23, 2009

we are looking to buy a condo here and upgrade it but the upgrades seem very high.. wanted to see what recents sales are for the units

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If you have not found any recent sales in 21 Kristin Place please give me a call direct @ 847-975-6301. I am an agent in the northwest suburbs and I would love the opportunity to sit down with you and go over the list of solds in Kristin Place within the last year to let you see what kind of activity there has been and at what prices.

Visit me at http://www.palatinehomesforsalepalatineproperty.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Nov 11, 2009
Donna,

21 Kristin is a recent condo conversion. The other responses can give you info regarding that.
However, your question is about the recent sales in that building.
There were 9 units that sold within the last 12 months. The 1 bedroom 1 bath units sold between $126k - $158k.
2 br 1 bath sold between $156k - $185k and 2 br 2 bath homes sold from $209k - $217k.
Average days on market for these condos were 47days.
There are currently 16 condos available at that address. They range in price from $99k - $232k
I would be happy to set an appointment to show any of these condos if you like.

Sincerely,
Mark Risting
Prudential Starck Realtors
mristing@starckrealtors.com
630-550-1953
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Jul 21, 2009
I currently have a listing at 75 Kristin Circle. Do you have a property to sell in the area or are you looking to purchase? Specifically are you looking for a market evaluation of a one bedroom property or two and which model. Please email me at Homes@PattisPads.com or visit me on the web at http://www.pattispads.com.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Jul 15, 2009
I would suggest you look at some of the resales currently listed in 21 Kristin as opposed to buying directly from the condo converter. 21 Kristin was a long time apartment rental building that was basically forced by the village to convert to condos due to the high cost of adding sprinklers. The upgrades are usually pricey as the developer typically makes more money on that then the basic unit. I have long said in condos and townhomes that are cookie cutter design, you have to be very careful on your upgrades. I have not found a great return on investment. However your home is where you live and you will enjoy it, just make sure you know why you are doing what your doing.

Have a great day,

John Ziemba
e-Pro Certified Realtor
Keller Williams Team Realty
847-217-0480
Realtor@JohnZiemba.com
http://www.JohnZiemba.com
Web Reference: http://www.JohnZiemba.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed May 27, 2009
Donna

I will be happy to send you a list of all the sales at 21 Kristen. I can be reached by phone or email (listed below).

Have a great day!

Dennis Toomey
RE/MAX TERRITORY
Cell (847) 338-0180
Fax (847) 956-2844
E-mail: dtoomey@remax.net
Web site: http://www.HouseByZip.com
Web Reference: http://SchaumburgCondo.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Apr 24, 2009
Donna,

The best way to find out what other units have sold for is to connect with a local realtor in your area. They will be able to get you all the information that you need.

Gary Frost
Coldwell Banker Devonshire
309-477-7140
http://www.pekinhomesearch.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Apr 24, 2009
Donna,

A local real estate professional will be able to provide you with this information and much more.....we suggest that you take advantage of this valuable resource. As a buyer, this service will not cost you anything as the fee for professional services is paid by the seller.

Good luck
The Eckler team
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Apr 24, 2009
Donna,

Any Realtor can pull that info up from the MLS.

I own a couple of Townhouses in a developement called Briar Point in Schaumburg. You may find a nice unit in here.

Good luck!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Apr 24, 2009
Hi Donna-

If you are working with an agent they should be able to provide you with recent comparables. This way you and your agent can compare closed units to what your are buying...# of bedrooms, # of baths, # of parking spaces, etc..

When I look back 6 months, our MLS is showing that there have been 4 units that have closed. That doesn't mean those are all of them, these are just the ones reported to our MLS. If you are buying from the builder your agent should ask them how many units are planned, how many are pending, how many are left, etc..

There are currently 14 active units listed on our MLS. Some look like "resales" as well as units being offered by the builder.

I hope this helps!
Web Reference: http://LauraKarambelas.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Apr 24, 2009
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