Selling and relocating can be an emotional process, especially when you love a house as much as our sellers did. When we were asked to list 22 Bay Ridge Place we were delighted to have secured the listing despite stiff competition. We recognized the value of a uniform one family row house located on a private and picturesque street and were very excited to sell it for the best price possible.
We received the call that the listing was ours on the Saturday of the Memorial Weekend holiday. We were able to obtain the services of one of our top photographers and got 12 beautiful pictures taken that Monday and the full listing was up on the MLS, Streeteasy, The New York Times and our website on Tuesday May 28th,with an open house planned for the coming weekend.
We reached out to Brownstoner and they picked us up as the house of the day. One very crucial element commonly overlooked in Brooklyn real estate: co-brokering. We had that covered too. As known dealmakers in the industry, we know the importance of inclusiveness and are known for co-brokering all of our properties, so we were packed.
50 people, 3 offers, a heartfelt letter from the buyer and a week later , we are in contract at $25,000 above the asking price. The buyer came to us courtesy of a co-broke with the Park Slope office of Douglas Elliman. The seller is paying a total commission of 4%. The perfect summer real estate storm!
Thinking of selling your home? Our service, expertise and commission rates are unbeatable. Our marketing and advertising is exceptional. And, we co-broke our listings with everyone. Full co-brokering brings maximum exposure and helps attract buyers from outside the neighborhood. Every element is important.