In case anybody out there is wondering, I don't only do townhome and condo sellers and buyers. I am also quite experienced with working with clients that need to purchase or sell a more traditional single family home. If you currently own a townhome and feel a single family home would be a better fit your lifestyle, I have the knowledge and experience to make your transition and moving process as stress free as possible. In the other side, if you currently own a single family home in the Greater Danbury area and realize it is time to move into a condominium, we can partner to insure a quick sale & make your sure your purchase is just perfect for you, not settling. I look forward to hearing from you.
With condos, you can not change the floor plan. Ask yourself when you are looking at units, is the space set up for you? Do you like how the kitchen is designed? Do you like having a lower level, with or without a walkout lower level. Is the garage and laundry at a convenient location for you? Is there enough storage? -Condition:With a condo or townhome, the owners are responsible for the interior. Because of that, there might not be a guarantee that each unit is created equally. Are you ok with doing an extensive renovation to the home if needed or just want a turnkey property? With any property, you usually have to make some small changes or repairs.-Your budget:A local mortgage professional can guide you to see how much of a mortgage you qualify for. See what the total monthly payment is including association dues and property taxes . If you don't feel comfortable with the overall cost,adjust accordingly. -Comparsion of value:You as the buyer determine the value. Is it worth it for you to pay more for a turn key unit, rather than to invest your own TLC to update the unit to your standards. Is the extra space worth it to you? Is being a few minutes further from the New York State border with it if you can save on the purchas price or get a larger home for similiar pricing? -Does it feel like home?Thiis is the most imporant question among all of these. If all of these things come into play, it is time to make an offer if all of your ducks are in a row. If not, let's keep looking.
If you have found me and my information online, I am sure buyers will do when if they are looking for your property such as yours. In the Danbury area, I am a market leader with high levels of success with selling clients homes. It's not just the number of condos I sell or days on the market. Shorter days on market might not be a good thing if the offers a low. Most sellers should choose an agent with responviness, quality of work and experience of selling some such as yours. I will be happy to share with you copies of work from other properties in the area that I have marketed. Feel free to browse my website to learn more about me.My goal is to partner with sellers to help get their Danbury, CT townhome sold in a reasonable time for top dollar with little or no stress to them. I look forward to hearing from you.
You look at a unit differently when you are going to be renting it out for an investment than you would if you were to move in. As a full time real estate professional in the Danbury area, I can evalute a property you are considering purchasing. I can provide an estimate monthly rent, repairs or upgrades to be done prior to the marketing for lease, and anything else I feel you should be concerned about, both positives and negatives. When you are investing and leasing real estate, depending on the price range, a home does not have to be perfect. The most important things are a working furnace, cooling, and hot water heater. Applicances should be in working order. The windows, doors and garage should be working. There should be no large holes in the walls. Flooring should be clean. There should be no leakings or clogged plumbing.
I recommend all buyers work with a professional agent when they are looking for a new home. This should stay particularly true even when you are looking new construction opportunities.I have heard several first hand accounts of people who have purchased new homes directly from the builder. They have paid, in opinion, much higher than an existing resale property. On-site builders representations are hired and trained to get the highest price and most favorable terms & conditions for the builder. They are not allowed to talk about resale listings in the community, and they can not show you the resale units. I have recently worked with a client purchase a new home after marketing and selling their current home. Since time was important for them, as their sale was secure, we went out and viewed several existing units in the area. They focused in one on community, and we toured all available lightly used resale homes. Many of the units we toured were great, but not quite what the client wanted for another of reasons. We decided then, they wanted to explore custom building, so we went back to sales office. We reviewed what that site were available, and the various floor plans. We decided on a site with the appropriate floor plan. We negotiated the base price, which was a little higher than the market value. I then accompanied then to the design center to pick out cosmetic features (flooring,cabinets,appliances,counters,etc) and a few structural changes (vents, overhead lighting, garage,etc). I made sure the cost for the upgrades would add value for resale as well as make the unit ideal for the purchaser. I was able to check the progress of the construction several times, since the purchaser was out for town for most of the time the unit was completed. When the buyer’s lender dropped the ball (the mortgage broker the buyer came in with,), I was able to connect the buyer with a professional that I work with on a regular basis who was able to come in, save the day, and get the unit closed!
Jonathan Hall - (203)796-7700 | call or text me on my cell phone (203)417-0523 firstname.lastname@example.org | www.danbury-condos.com
What does it take to sell a house!
-Have your home listed on the market and marketed to attract a qualified buyer. -Buyer falls in love with home, or sees the potential at the right price, and decides to place on offer on the home-Come to a meeting of the minds on the finds over sale price, terms and conditions. -Buyer performs home inspection on the property-Buyer applies for financing with bank-Contracts are signed with the attorneys-Buyer’s bank does appraisal on property, buyer works on securing financing and obtains financing.-Closing!
It isn’t rocket science! If it was so difficult and a long drawn out process, no one would never be moving.
My philosophy is to take on everything and do it right. That includes buying a home. How do you be good homebuyer?-Be qualified by a reputable local lender before wanting to view homes!-Give plenty of notice before waiting to view a home. It takes time to set up showings and sellers need to know ahead of time so they can prepare for your visit.-Show up on time showing appointments!-Don’t sweat the same stuff on finding the your dream home. That includes paint choice, flooring, choice of bath or kitchen fixtures. That can be changed to meet your needs. That would help make the house into your home.-Offer a reasonable price based on the sales! -Follow up diligently with your closing attorney and mortgage broker. It is very common that banks want your whole life story before they issue a clear to close.
Jonathan Hall - (203)796-7700 | call or text me on my cell phone (203)417-0523| email@example.com|www.danburycthomes.com | www.danbury-condos.com
As the new year begins, we should be thankful for what we have. It also might be time to be thinking of a change. Perhaps you might be ready to buy your first home or upgrade from your condo into a home. It could be scaling down into a condo for a single family home is in the works for you.You might even need help looking for your first apartment or upgrade to a larger condo. You could see the year as an ideal time to invest in real estate and become a landlord. You may decide that you wish to relocate from the Danbury area, but you are not sure wheter you should sell or rent your Danbury townhome.
Don't worry, I am here to help with all to assist with your real estate needs.With my grasp and exprience in the local real estate market, I am hear to make your transistion possible. Give me a call today and we can get going on fulfulling your needs.
When I meet with perspective home sellers, I always look at what has sold in their neighborhood. Those are going to have the most impact on your home’s house value. Most of time, homes in the neighborhood were built in the same time, have about the same square footage,similar lot size,design and appeal. If you have the most amazing at the house,larger than all other homes, on a premium lot, your home will of course reflect a premium value. I understand that you do not want to give your house away, but you do not want to price yourself out of the market so your home won’t sell so you won’t accomplish your goals. If all the other homes in the neighborhood are 3000 square feet which are selling for $500,000 ($166 a square foot), and your home is 4000 square feet, it doesn’t mean you can get $664,000. Any additional square footage over the neighborhood average size gets calculated a lower rate. With most improvements,you might not the full amount back that you spent on doing the things.The marketing that I do reflects how the home is so much different than the rest of them in the neighborhood, in order to find the buyer who is willing to appreciate the uniqueness and or updates of your home.Buyers and their agents will certainly look over the sales in the neighborhood,if they are making an offer, to help them come up with a price for their offer to make sure they are not overpaying.As a homeowner,you do not like to see low priced sales in your neighborhood. However, that is what the market is saying the value of the homes are worth. Believe me, if the sellers could have gotten more money,they would have. When a bank sends out an appraiser to for the bank for buyers that need mortgages, they look at the sales in the neighborhood and make their adjustments for size,view,and their objective facts on the house and how the market is since the most recent sales. I usually put everyone that is looking to sell their house on a program so they can see what homes in their neighborhood are selling for.