Homes That Didn't Sell The First Time
It takes a special set of skills and knowledge to recover from a poor entry to the market. Buyers are aware of listings that linger too long or have been re-listed too many times. The property often gets a reputation as "something's probably wrong with it" or even worse "the agent is horrible" and is bypassed by ready and willing buyers who are actively looking in that area. It then becomes the target of scalpers who will lowball offers in hopes of a quick flip.
With surgical precision, the right specialist can overcome this stigma and still get you top market dollar for the home. Let me show you how.
Areas of Service
Manhattan below Washington Heights
All of Brooklyn
Parts of Staten Island -- St. George, Stapleton, Tompkinsville, Rosebank
Type of Clients
Homes in Poor Condition or Suffering From Damage and Violations
Most often homes that have extremely poor curb appeal or suffer from very poor condition or unsightly damages and multiple violations get sold way too far under market value. It goes without saying, if the home is in bad condition, chances are you will need to sell it to an investor who will make a profit from the transaction. The key here is not to "give away the farm". Both the home owner and the investor need to come out as winners.
A specialist who is well educated in what the going rate is for repairs and construction costs and what a fair return on investments in your particular market really is, can negotiate a fair and profitable deal for everyone. Let me show you how.
Individual Property Sellers
Institutional REO and Bulk Sellers
Home Builders and Rehabbers
Exclusive Buyers Under a Buyer's Broker Agreement
Out-Of-State and Absentee Landlords.