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Home Selling in Central Richmond : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Aug 14, 2009
Laura Lambert answered:
Your Realtor can give you the best idea about your home’s value and will do a complete market analysis, but here is some information on recent activity of Edwardian homes in Central Richmond: 2 recent Sales and 2 current listings.

$1,250,000 – closed 7/23/09 – Sq Ft not reported - 5 Bd, 3.5BA
Remodeled gourmet kitchen, spacious living & dining rooms, breakfast rm/fmly rm off beautifully landscaped yard, city views on top flr, wood burning fireplace, hardwood flr, elegant moldings, beautiful wood trims and banisters, spacious garage 2 car side by side garage, close to park.

$1,835,000 – closed 5/21/09 – 3,332 SQ FT – 4Bd, 3.5BA
Coveted tree-lined near Golden Gate Park, contemporary remodeling & traditional detailing, high quality appliances, huge gourmet kitchen/family room opening to patio, formal lvng & dng rooms, lower level media/entertainment/family room or aupair suite.

There are also two homes currently listed (both 5BD/3.5BA): one for $1.2MM (2,750 Sq Ft) and one for $1,549,000 (3,074 Sq Ft).

You can also check out my FREE report for your neighborhood at www.ViewBayAreaHomes.info (select owner and enter your address for properties around your home; select buyer for homes by zip code)

Good luck!
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Sat Jun 6, 2009
Shaban Shakoori answered:
Your home sounds like it wouldn't benefit from updating since a buyer will want to choose their own finishes and update to their taste. You probably won't get back all that you spend in preparing the home for market. Paint and floor refinishing is a good idea generally, but I'd want to see the house before advising you to do that work. Let me know if you'd like an opinion of value. I've sold a lot in your neighborhood and used to live there.

Shaban Shakoori
TRI Coldwell Banker, SF's #1 Office
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