Another Condo Sold In Oak Lawn

Dated: 10/13/2014

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The owners were referred to me by a mutual friend.

They had their home listed with a real estate agent/friend for over 4 months. Their property was being marketed incorrectly (i.e. one of the bathrooms was mysteriously missing and the photos…well, it would have been better to market without those photos.)
One Sunday morning I toured the, now vacant, condo (read: no rental income coming in) and gave the sellers a detailed list of items to take care of to maximize the sales price of their home, and shorten the time on the market.
A few weeks go by and the sellers have completed the recommended fixes and touchups. I’ve met with the professional photographer, double checked the number of bedrooms and baths (smiley face), and we’re live!
Six days later we receive our first offer to purchase. A few more days after hammering out the details, we are under contract. Now 17 days later, we are closed, sellers are receiving their proceeds, and we’re handing over the keys to the new owner.
f you or someone you know is in need of real estate services, let me know. I’m happy to help them out.

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