Special project team is specialized in matching the demand and supply of apartment and condominium. Our focus is on both local and foreign customers who are willing to have a new and modern lifestyle with all facilities in a condominium.
If you think of buying or investing in a condominium market, our team is ready to consult and provide you the better choice with better quality and price. Whether you live in the condo or own it as an investment property, if you are ready to sell it, you can discuss with our sale agent. By evaluating several criteria, including regional markets, time of year, features of your condo unit, as well as your specific needs as the seller, our agent will create a customized marketing plan for your condo. Here are several important topics to discuss and recommend if you want to sell your condo:
1) Sell It at the Best Time
Our agent will recommend the best time to put your home or condo on the market. During the hot season, the sellers can be more aggressive with their pricing. And our real estate agent may suggest a distinct timing strategy for condominium sales, especially if your condo is in a resort destination.
2) Open House Strategy and How to De-Clutter
A condo that shows well will sell faster and bring a higher price. Small cosmetic touch-ups can make a big difference. Buyers often suspect that more serious problems may exist if they notice the need for minor repairs. If you want to sell your home, it’s important to make sure your condo is clean, tidy and free of personal clutter. Clear sinks and counters of dishes and toiletries. Neatly stack office supplies and organize storage areas. Replace dim light bulbs and clean windows. Even though your garden area may be commonly owned, and do your best to create curb appeal by cleaning front steps and porches, and clearing lawns of toys or equipment.
3) Features to Accentuate
One of the best features to accentuate when selling a condo is the lifestyle of ease that comes with condominium ownership. Many buyers are looking for the hassle-free living experience that they can’t find with a single-family detached house. Another important attribute of any condo is the amenities of the association, which can include a hot tub, fitness center, owner’s lounge, covered parking and even concierge services. If you’re considering selling your condo, take the time to walk through it methodically. Together you can point out which features of the actual condo unit should be accentuated. Does your unit have a wonderful view? Perhaps the location of your condominium is unique and desirable. Your real estate agent can help accentuate these features in sales and marketing materials.
4) Desired Price and Bottom Line Price
When setting the home price for your condo, it’s important to identify your desired price and your bottom line price. Normally, our sale agent and our licensed appraiser can estimate your house value and recommend an appropriate target price range. Working with our agent, you can set an initial asking price, as well the absolute lowest home price you would comfortably accept.