5 Tips to Sell Your Condo Quickly
There are many reasons why you might want (or need) to sell your condo quickly. For example, you may have been transferred or relocated to a new job location or you may have a baby on the way and need a bigger home. We are constantly working with sellers that have a vast range of wants and needs, and timing requirements.
We’ve compiled some tips to help you prepare to sell your condo quickly, and for the most money possible.
- Be realistic with your price. If you over-price your condo, then you’re not going to get as many potential purchasers. You want the price to be attractive, which means listing at the current market value. An experienced real estate agent can help you price your property appropriately, in order to ensure you’re getting the most money for your condo, without pricing it too high.
- Get things fixed. You don’t want potential purchasers walking through your condo noticing wear and tear. If there are scratches on the walls or floors, or minor repairs to be done, get them done prior to anyone walking through.
- Stage your home for sale. If you live in your home, there are many ways that you can de-clutter and organize to ensure your home is showing well. See this blog for more tips on how to prepare your home for showings.
- Be as flexible as possible. You want to ensure that any time you get a showing request for your condo, you are able to accomodate (within reason). The more potential purchasers you can get through the door, the better chance you have to sell your condo quickly.
- Work with an experienced real estate agent that understands your condo, and the area that it’s in.
Of course, there’s no guarantee of how fast your condo will sell, but you have a better chance of selling your condo quickly, and for top dollar, when you use an experienced real estate agent.
If you are looking to sell your property in the current market, or in the future, it’s important to have an expert real estate agent on your side. Get in touch with The Condo Group for more information at 250-382-6636.
— Amy Francoeur