Sometimes things happen – and if you’ve ever listed a condo in DTLA that didn’t sell, you already know that you can’t control the real estate market.
So how should you re-list your condo to sell it? Find out now.
How to Re-List Your Condo to Sell It
You can’t just pull your home off the market and list it again, hoping for different results. You’ll probably have to make a few changes, and in some cases, you have to wait a while before it’s considered a “new” listing again.
Talk to your real estate agent about changes you can make to drum up more interest in your condo. Maybe they’re easy fixes, like new light fixtures or cabinet hardware – and in the event that you need major repairs or renovations, you might be able to sell your space at a lower price without sinking your own money into the home.
Even if you don’t make upgrades or updates, you do have to make necessary repairs. You also have to:
- Have professional photos taken
- Think about a 3D tour
Related: 3 staging tips for small lofts in DTLA
Check out all our home staging tips to make sure your condo is putting its best face forward, too.
Change the Price
It’s not always a good idea to change your condo’s price, but you’ll definitely need to ask your real estate agent about it. It’s not a matter of how much you paid or how much you owe – the bottom line is that your home is only worth what a buyer is willing to pay for it.
Related: Common pricing mistakes people make when listing a condo for sale in DTLA
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