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Selling Your Condo

Selling your home can be a stressful process. Follow the easy steps below and you’ll be ahead of the game.

  • Interview 3 real estate agents
    By interviewing three agents, you will get a good idea for who you want to work with based on personality, professionalism, etc. Ask each agent what suggestions they have for best staging your unit.
  • Follow Agent’s advice
    Stage your unit the way you and your agent think it will best show to the public. Make sure you paint, clean and declutter your home. A good rule of thumb is that your place should look like you are getting it ready for your in-laws to see it for the very first time.
  • Call management company/request required docs
    Letting your management company know that your condominium or cooperative is for sale is very important. They might even know some potential buyers. It is vital that you request the following from your management company at the same time you list your unit:
    • applicable condominium or cooperative docs
    • rules/regulations
    • bylaws
    • resale letter
    This will make it possible for you to deliver all the documents to a potential buyer at the time of contract acceptance, thus expediting the process. You don’t want to hold up the sales process waiting for documents you can request in advance.
  • Ask for a net sheet from the realtor
    This will make it easy for you to understand what you will make from the sale of your condominium or cooperative. All credits and costs associated with your transaction will be reflected on this sheet.
  • Bonus: buy a wicker basket
    Buy a wicker basket and put it in a closet in your unit. Every time you don’t know where to put something while your house is for sale, put it in the wicker basket. This will prevent clutter. Go through and periodically empty the wicker basket.

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