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Market Conditions in Lincolnwood : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Mar 11, 2014
Stewart Ramirez answered:
Hi Steven,
As for what's happening in the building the 3 units that are under contract are all 3 bedrooms. Ranging form 300-324k in asking price. (we will not know the sold price until after closing) As for the units that are available only unit 301 is a 3 bed offered at 289K. In the last 12 months there have been 6- 3 bedroom units that sold from 260-340. The only 2 bed units sold for 250k & 260k.
I hope this information helps you, please feel free to reach out to me by clicking on my picture so that I can give you much more detailed information.
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Sat Aug 31, 2013
Stewart Ramirez answered:
Hello Selina, The best way to tell if your offer will be considered is to place it! Many buyers are scared to write offers, but you never know what a seller will do until you try. Please remember that writing an offer is not binding until both parties come to terms and sign a final contract. You, as the buyer, can also cancel within a reasonable time frame should your property inspection go poorly or agreeable terms cannot be reached. Also, be certain to chose a Realtor whom you trust and is able to strongly negotiate your offer.
The $650 monthly assessment includes: Water, Doorman, TV/Cable, Exercise Facilities, Pool, Exterior Maintenance, Lawn Care, Scavenger, and Snow Removal.
Please don't hesitate to reach out to me to schedule an appointment to see this unit or just ask questions- I'm happy to help!
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Tue Apr 16, 2013
Stewart Ramirez answered:
Hi Sam, If there are multiple offers on a house, the listing agent will generally ask for all buyers to submit a new "Highest and Best" offer. It is at this time that you need to determine how much you really want the house, and how much you are willing to pay for it. Be sure that you ask your Realtor to take the time to research comps with you, so that you are confidant and comfortable with your final offer. Don't be afraid to offer what the house is worth if you love it, but also don't be afraid to stand firm if you feel your offer is strong. You can also make your offer more attractive by offering cash, negotiating appliances/ repairs, being flexible with a closing date, etc. This may help the seller chose your contract over another, more restrictive offer. Hope this helps and I wish you luck! ... more
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