We have a large one BR, one Bath, walk out patio to huge pool condo for sale - Asking 325.000.00 100 steps from beach

Asked by Ctc, Santa Rosa Beach, FL Mon Jun 20, 2011

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Gerard Carney, Agent, Spring Hill, FL
Thu Jul 28, 2011
This is a question format, you are trying to sell your home on it, this is inappropriate! and hos been reported
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Kim Ryals, Agent, Miramar Beach, FL
Mon Jun 27, 2011
Depending on the actual age, ammenities, and decor you could be in line. In this market you should have your agent do a market comparison to see the market price and how long it is taking to sell the other units there and around you. It will give you confidence in what you are doing and also let you know if you need to rethink your price. If you dont mind waiting until next season to sell, prices? could increase? or you could miss the chance to sell your condo at a market price while the units around you sell at a lower price which lowers the value you will get later. Its not comfortable for you to hear this, but unless your condo units are increasing in value,or someone just really wants your property and will pay cash, an appraisal (based on what is currently sold within the last 6 months) is needed to qualify what the buyers lender will be willing to lend. Hope that helps!! Kim
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Alma Kee, Agent, Tampa, FL
Thu Jul 28, 2011
If you can keep your property for a couple of more years, you may make a significantly higher sale price.

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac own many of the foreclosed and "preforeclosure" homes and there has been talk about instead of selling those, they will "rent" them out for a few years. Should that happen, the supply will diminish and as a result prices should head up fairly quickly.
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Murray Balkc…, Agent, Santa Rosa Beach, FL
Thu Jul 28, 2011
What is your question? Do you need a Realtor to assist you in selling the condo?
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Alma Kee, Agent, Tampa, FL
Tue Jun 21, 2011
With a $325k property, you absolutely need to pay the minimal $350 to a licensed appraiser to ensure you are not priced too low nor too high.

Realtors may regularly underprice to ensure a quick sale or overprice to "buy" your listing.

With downward pricing if you overprice you will eventually get less once you eventually lower the price to market.

The most crucial days on the market are the first two weeks and if you're overpriced, you will miss out on those buyers who will perceive your condo as being overpriced.
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Lisa Egstad, Agent, Miramar Beach, FL
Mon Jun 20, 2011
What is the address and can I preview it?
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Dave Lovell, Agent, Destin, FL
Mon Jun 20, 2011
Are you looking for a realtor to assist you in selling it? I would be happy to discuss it with you.
Dave Lovell
850-699-8060
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