The listings database is filled with properties that have gone unsold for months and months.
One example of many that I recently visited happens to be a one-bedroom co-op in Lincoln Square. The 700-sf apartment went on the market for $479,000 last April and has ticked down in three steps to $429,000. Its last reduction: $10,000 back in June.
The problem with this ground-floor unit is small rooms coupled with courtyard exposures.
But those flaws are not why the apartment hasn’t sold, is it?
Properties don’t fail to sell because of Continue reading