Hi, you are right you need a Realtor who knows the uptown market well, and is also well experienced in short sales, you MUST also talk with your financial adviser or accountant to understand the impact of a short sale, although you may not need to. If you get a good Realtor and he or she determine the potential sale price for your property, it all depends on location, amenities (washer dryer in unit, elevator building or not, parking etc. and the monthly assessment, pets allowed or not so a lot will play into the final interest of buyers and their willingness to pay in view of what else is available)
Our Real Estate Brokerage @Properties is phenomenal and experienced with all aspects of the
Chicago Real Estate Market, and many of our city agents have experience with potential short sales. Jeff Stewart from one of our offices below offered his services, and I strongly suggest you contact him and discuss your situation with him in detail, to see what your options are.
Good Luck to you, hopefully your property shows well and you can with great pricing, marketing, advertising and a little staging sell your property without short selling.
I hope this helps...
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