Thursday, May 19, 2016

A Great Guide To Selling Your Flat Or Apartment

People rent apartments and sell homes – it isn’t the other way around. So, you might be struggling if you are looking to sell your apartment. The problem is that there is a host of renters, but hardly any buyers. It is the lack of demand that is killing your ambitions to sell up and move onto another property. But, instead of crumbling, you have to stick to your guns. Otherwise, you will be stuck with it for years to come. If you are in need of help, here are a few tactics that might help you push through the sale.

Market Instead Of List

The first step is to ring a realtor and to get them to put the property in their listings. That is a good first step, but it is only one step. The key to selling a property, any property, is to create demand. Once you have a certain level of demand, the apartment will fly off the listings. To achieve this, you need to make your apartment desirable, and this is where your marketing skills come in handy. Don’t just sell it as a rental property – sell it as an opportunity. Every buyer should know about the possibilities beforehand. For example, let them know they could turn it into office space and make double the money.

Talk To The Tenants

A lot of apartments for rent are inhabited by tenants that can’t afford to buy a house. With that in mind, float the idea of selling them the apartment. For one thing, the cost is a lot lower than the cost of a house. Plus, they already live there and understand the pros and cons of the area. Then, there is the fact that they know you and your personality. They could go and deal with another property owner, but can they trust them as they can you? You never until you ask, but it could be the perfect solution.

Commercial Buyers

It is time to think outside of the box. Yes, the apartment is great for couples and single guys and girls, but what about the commercial aspect? A property magnate might want to add to their portfolio, and your property could be the best prospect. Or, a business owner might want to expand their business. All of these are reasonably viable options if the demand is high. In any case, you will never know unless you sound out the people that could make a difference. Never be afraid to try something different because they can only say ‘no.'


Drop The Price

It is never a nice thing to read, but you might have to drop the price. Nothing gets tongues wagging more than a cheap apartment, which is why they will flock to your door. The key is to drop the price enough so that you don’t lose money. Calculate how much you can sell it for where you will still make money or break even. Then, drop it to that amount. It will seem like a bargain to a buyer. But, to you, it will still be a result.

In the end, everyone’s a winner.

xoxo,
Therese

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