NYC REAL ESTATE

THE SELLER'S TIMELINE

TRIPLEMINT SALES LISTING PRESENTATION

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DEFINE YOUR TIMELINE

We start your sales journey by determining your timeline, which includes choosing the best time to sell, based on the market and your needs.

RESEARCH, RESEARCH, RESEARCH

Phillip will conduct a comparative market analysis, studying similar properties and their price points to determine the right price for your home.

TIP: Don’t make the costly mistake of over or under pricing your property!

PREPARE YOUR APARTMENT

You want your property to sell quickly and at top dollar, which is why it is essential to show it in its best light. Phillip will advise you on and manage any professional staging, photography and more.

TIP: Remember to declutter, clean, and remove personal items. Potential buyers need to imagine your property as their new home!

START MARKETING!

Your property marketing plan is determined by analyzing the profile of your prospective buyers. All materials are personalized, including print materials, email blasts, social media posts, and broad reach print and digital advertising.

TIP: The right photographer or virtual stager can make the difference between active showings and no interest.

SHOWINGS

Let the showings begin! Brokers and potential buyers will come to view your property so Phillip will work with you and your schedule to maximize buyer exposure.

TIP: Make sure your home is “show ready” at all times.

OFFERS

Offers are submitted by the buyer’s agent, attorney, or the buyer. Phillip will review all offers with you and then negotiate on your behalf. He will also vet offers to maximize the probability it will be approved by the building’s board.

TIP: A financial statement, prequalification letter, and buyer’s attorney information should be included in the offer.

ACCEPTED OFFER

Now that you’ve agreed on an offer, Phillip will submit a deal form with all of the details of the transaction to your attorney and the buyer’s attorney, who will then negotiate the contract.

TIP: Make sure you list any light fixtures or appliances that you want to take with you in the contract.

IN-CONTRACT

After the buyer’s attorney has completed due diligence and the contract has been negotiated, the buyers sign the contract and put down a deposit. Once the contract is signed, you’re legally obligated to complete the transaction.

TIP: Review the contract carefully. Make sure that any items excluded from the sale (ex. light fixtures, electronic equipment) are listed in the contract.

CLOSING!

Once the buyers have been approved by the board and mortgage secured, the attorneys will schedule a closing date.