i assume your are not disclosing the address for a reason. if you are on Ashland around 4000 block north, your liquidation price will be between $150-$225/sf. depending any new repairs a buyer/investor would need to put into it. so multiply the size of you condo by $$/sf. if you have a parking space, you can then add $10K-$15K to your price. All assuming this is not a possible pre foreclosure, which would then be sold at an additional discount.
Also, depending on your motivation to sell, and depending if this is/is not a pre foreclosure, you can set up a lease to own for a new tenant/buyer and receive non-refundable option consideration money up front in your pocket. if you have not done this before, i recommend you get professional help. currently, i use 8 different contracts for rent to own depending on the scenario.
If this is a pre foreclosure/short sale candidate, you also will need professional help. Investor initiated short sale will be a much smoother ride for you. also, these contracts are very specific regarding how the property is handled in the bank's loss mitigation department. you can contact me anytime to determine your needs and if we would even be the right fit for you.
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