The Portland Condo Blog

So…What is my condo worth?

Selling your Portland condo or loft can be very difficult in todays marketplace. The most difficult thing perhaps, is accepting what the value of your home may actually be. When you do decide to sell your condo, you must remember that as a seller you do NOT control your homes value or the market conditions. As a seller, what you DO control is the price that you ask (which may or may not be close to the offers that you will get) and the condition of the property.
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In our previous post, we discussed the benefits of proper pricing. Again, you want to lead the market…not chase it down! Also, keep in mind what current inventory levels are at. Now is a good time to sell you condo or loft because the inventory levels are way down and you may now be able to capture the best price that we have seen for sometime. And remember this… are the inventory levels in my own building high or low. If you live at The Elizabeth Lofts in Portland or The Westerly in Northwest Portland and neither building has many listings, you may be able to push the price a little because buyers who want to be in your building will not have as many choices. On the other hand, if you are living at Benson Tower in Portland or The Gregory Lofts  and they both have many units for sale, your competition may force you to price your unit a bit more aggressively to stand out and get it sold. The key words here are “Stand Out”.  With hundreds of other units on the market, the most important thing to do when selling your condo is to make it stand out from the others. Call LuxuryCondosofPortland.com to see how we make YOUR condo or loft stand out!  ** 503.896.8856 **

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