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Here’s the Latest on Off-Market Sales

Sellers agree to market their properties outside of the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) for a variety of reasons. They may not be able to move before they sell, so their home won’t look as good as some of the comparable sales. They may have limited funds to paint, stage and fix up the house for sale. Or maybe they have small children, pets or tenants that make showing the property a challenge.

And finally, many off-market sales happen because a seller knows an agent who personally has a buyer for that seller’s property.

Many off-market sales are in very high price ranges, and there simply aren’t that many buyers out there who can afford those properties. So agents reach out privately to brokers who typically represent multi-million dollar buyers. Continue Reading

Here’s What’s Going On In Off-Market World

Here’s What’s Going On In Off-Market World

Off-market sales close throughout the year in San Francisco. These are properties that agents promote outside of the Multiple Listing Service (MLS), and sellers opt to go that route for their own specific reasons. They may not have the budget to paint, stage and do everything it will take to be camera ready—efforts that can easily cost $20,000 or more. They may have small children, pets, or tenants that make showings challenging, or simply want only qualified buyers coming through the house and no Lookie Lous or nosy neighbors. Continue Reading

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