When it comes to showing an apartment to its best advantage, the little things count.
A listing broker can’t change an awkward layout, dress up a kitchen with granite countertops or eliminate blocked exposures.
But a savvy broker knows how to alter a listing so that prospective buyers can imagine themselves in it. The things that mar the listing in the photograph above overwhelm the eye and cloud the vision, but they are, in the scope of things, small matters easily fixed.
I saw this three-bedroom, three-bath co-op on Riverside Drive in the very low 90s not long after it had been offered for sale, at $2.795 million with maintenance of $2,867 a month.
The 1,905-sf unit has much going for it Continue reading