Asked by Cc, 03063 • Sat Aug 14, 2010
When I rebuilt after the fire I ended up removing a wall to expand my kitchen, added granite counters, upgraded the heating system, put in Central Air, installed a pellet stove, etc.
During the rebuild I modified the roofline to address some known architectural issues with my model, & rebuilt the part of the unit which had mold/mildew in the walls. In fact, most of the 220 units in the complex are known to have mold/mildew issues. Rather than a special assessment, the assoc voted to make owners responsible for the exterior of their units, so owners need to re-do their own siding.
Right now there are 9 units for sale in my complex. I wanted to list mine $10K more than the highest priced unit currently listed because it's essentially brand new. I interviewed two agents and both wanted me to list it $10K less than the highest. I don't understand how they can use the others as comps when mine is not really comparable due to age, upgrades, and lack of known issues?
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