Anne-Marie was featured in the Orlando Sentinel again this week. Click here for the accompanying article!
In step with the positive approach to today’s market…Realtor Magazine featured an article along the same lines. See below…
While most homes are staying parked on the for-sale market for a longer time these days, occasionally a residential property turns over in 24 to 48 hours. Such transactions elevate the mood of the professional real estate community and its clients, while offering a snapshot of ideal conditions that contributed to the near-immediate sale and that could possibly help move other listings faster, as well.
According to real estate professionals, the key components of a quick turnaround on a home for sale include realistic pricing, a polished and well-staged appearance, the right location, and the interest of a prospective buyer who is compatible with the property.
“It’s definitely a down market, but the special houses sell fast,” says developer Kostas Macos who waited patiently for the owners of a Rittenhouse Square home in Philadelphia to trade up, then seized the opportunity to buy it for himself.
“There will always be properties [that] sell, even in a depressed market,” observes Prudential Fox & Roach’s Mary Genovese Colvin. “In most situations, a 24-to-48-hour sale is a special property. But many times, people in an area have an eye on a particular house.”
Source: Philadelphia Inquirer, Alfred Lubrano and Alan J. Heavens (07/02/08)