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Tips On Selling Your Riverfront Condo

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By : Hubert Miles    99 or more times read
There are a few differences when in selling a river condo and selling a riverfront home. The biggest difference is that with a condo, you can put most of your efforts into making the interior look great, rather than dividing your funds over the exterior and interior as you would with a river home. You can use the freed up time and money you would normally use for the exterior to really make the inside of the condo look sharp.

Maximizing the amount of space you have in your condo will go a long way towards making a great first impression on your buyer. Since your condo will likely be smaller than the average sized river home, you need to stage your home in a way that makes the most of the space. By cleaning the clutter and packing away unneeded personal belongings from the condo, you can make the space appear larger than it may actually be.

It is also helpful to have as much details about the building and the management group for the building readily available for prospective buyers to review. Buyers can review the information and feel confident about buying the condo and not being surprised about undisclosed management issues and building rules.

Like any home, your river condo should be clean and staged appropriately for the sale. Make sure any architectural features that are desirable are featured prominently. Riverfront condos, especially high-rise condos have a visual/view element that can be played upon heavily.

Make sure your balcony is free of clutter and is organized. Ask you real estate agent for advice on other ways to improve how your condo is organized. Sometimes the little things make a big impact on potential buyers. Having someone else look around can give you an idea of how your buyer may see the condo.

In Closing

When your agent offers you any advice, remember they have your best interest in mind. It's their job to help you get the most out of the sale at closing.

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