Archive for August, 2013

In any language, it’s a beautiful House in Staten Island.

Красивый дом в Стейтен-Айленде,  一个美丽的家园在Staten岛,  Une belle maison à Staten Island,  Ein schönes Haus in Staten Island,  Гарний будинок в Стейтен-Айленді.

Say it anyway you want, anyway you can, it’s a beautiful house.

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If you want to see more, just click here for the High Definition virtual tour.  This 2 family Colonial is listed at $729,000 and worth every penny.  Call me now before its gone.  I can be reached at 917-696-0275.  Appleseed Homes 2043 Richmond Ave. S.I.N.Y. 10314.  MLS#1082107

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Staten Island Open House Sunday August 11th 2013

From 12 Noon till 3 PM, at 116 Highland Road, in the Dent Road area.  $739,000 for this beautiful 2 family, (a one bedroom rental on the basement level) loaded with extras.

See my High Definition Virtual Tour, just click on that link, or on the picture below.

Presented by Kenneth Cole, NYS Licensed Real Estate Salesperson, Appleseed Homes 2043 Richmond Ave. S.I.N.Y. 10314.  718-698-9797, cell 917-696-0275

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Did you know that overpricing a home can backfire on a seller? Here’s why.  Most buyers tell their agent what they can afford and not to show them anything over a certain price. They don’t even look at an overpriced home thinking the sellers will never come down in price. Some buyers may look at an overpriced home but will likely use it as a comparison for other homes.  Then folks by-pass the overpriced unit and buy the correctly priced home. So the unit just sits on the market and goes stale.

When the listing for the home expires, the next agent has a harder time selling it even if it is now priced right.  Folks will ask, “What’s wrong with this house?” knowing only that it’s been on the market for some time and did not sell.  Since it was out of their price range, they didn’t even know what the asking price was when it first listed. Buyers who were looking at the time the home was first put on the market may already be in contract on another home.

To price your property correctly, first call in at least three agents who have signs up in your area.  They are the local experts.  Ask each, “What will you do for me?” and compare.  Then just to be 100% sure, call in an appraiser, who will charge about $400 to get an opinion from someone who has no interest in the sale.  Now you know which agent is more knowledgeable in your area.