Today I am sharing a success story one of my buyers had purchasing a two-bedroom home on the Upper East Side.
These buyers had a six-figure budget, which with Manhattan’s inventory, is not a lot of money for a two-bedroom home on the Upper East Side. Luckily, they were able to do a little bit of work and I was able to find them a fixer-upper in a luxury building toward East End Avenue.
"I was able to find them a fixer-upper in a luxury building toward East End Avenue."
Understandably, the seller had already attracted multiple offers, but I had done a deal with this listing broker previously. She outright told me where her other offers were positioned. This helped my buyers come in as the highest bid and be confident that they weren't overpaying.
Why would she do that?
Since we had worked together before, she knew that I was someone that could take my buyers from start to finish, quickly and seamlessly, without any surprises arriving during the co-op board application process. She also knew from the way I structured the offer that the buyers were well qualified and great people. This matters a lot when you're going to be working together to get a deal closed.
In the end, my buyers were able to purchase a two-bedroom home, win a bidding war by a fraction of a percent, and be confident that they weren't overpaying.
I would love to share that same success story with you. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to call, email, or visit my office. I would be happy to speak with you.