Selling a condo isn’t the same as selling a house and you deserve a real estate agent who understands the intricacies of selling a condominium. Here are some things to consider:
- Professional photography is CRITICAL when selling a condo. With limited windows, condos can look downright dreary without the expertise of a photographer who is specially skilled in the art of allowing light fill the frame when there are limited resources available.
- Open houses can be a challenge in a condo. From making sure buyers get to the right spot but also respect your building’s rules when it comes to signage and building access, it isn’t easy. But it is still critical to get as many eyes on your property.
- For sale signage is usually non-existent for a condo, so we will need to rely heavily on online marketing and agent to agent networking in order to get the word out about your condo.
- Supplying the buyer with the correct documentation and information about the building is important. I am very familiar with the forms involved.
- If you are not the only unit for sale in your building, you need to give yours some pizazz and help it stand out. I have a number of ideas for doing just that.
- Because condos can be tougher to buy than a traditional home due to financing rules and restrictions, they can be tougher to sell.
I am well-versed in selling condos throughout Seattle and the Eastside. If you have a condo and are thinking about selling, let’s talk.