After hosting just two open houses I received multiple offers on this Marina Bay Northshore condo. Although all of the recent sales in this building were indicating a price under $300,000 my client insisted on a list price of at least $310,000. After having the interior painted and the carpets cleaned I further spruced up the condo by having it staged to showcase it to its fullest potential. The next steps consisted of professional photography and a property/lifestyle video for maximum online and social media exposure. See more at www.1205melville.com
The results were clearly evident during the open houses as the number of visitors was abnormally high, even on Super Bowl Sunday! To the delight of my client, the sale of her condo just closed at $334,000. Needless to say this is a new sales record for the building. Superior marketing is clearly worth it’s weight in gold, but the current levels of low inventory are also a driving force behind this strong seller’s market. For the first time in several years I’m seeing homes in Marina Bay going under contract in as little as 1-2 weeks and most of them are selling for over the asking price. Moreover, prices are finally returning to their highs of 2006.
If you’ve been on the fence about selling then let me assure you that this is the best time in years to do so.
East Bay Modern Real Estate