Should You Increase The List Price Of Your Condo?

October 24th, 2014 Written By

Brickell View

Increasing the list price on your condo is not typically a good idea (unless you have remodeled/renovated) and has the potential to negatively impact the sale-ability of your property.  Buyers will think you are unrealistic and not in tune with the market value.  I can’t stress how important it is to price your condo correctly from the beginning.  There is no doubt that if you do so, it will sell faster and for a higher price.

If you were a buyer and looking at condos, how would you interpret the history on these properties?

  • 701 Brickell Key Boulevard, #LPH-02 | Courvoisier Courts| Listed in July of 2014 for $817,777 | Currently Listed for $995,000
  • 495 Brickell Avenue | The Icon | Listed in 2013 for $775,000 | Currently Listed for $865,000
  • 2101 Brickell Avenue #3308 | Skyline on Brickell | Listed in July of 2014 for $706,477 | Currently Listed for $784,900

If you are interested in selling your Brickell condo and haven’t had a price valuation in the past 12 months, contact us for an updated analysis.  We are recognized in the industry for being honest and “telling it like it is”.  We are Brickell specialists and would love the opportunity to work with you.  Please contact us at 305-342-1623 or send us a message here.

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