How to Sell Real Estate in Mt Washington
Though people tend to sell in Mt Washington only when they are moving away, or else buying up or downsizing, knowing how to best market your home to sell can always help. So who are the buyers who are looking in Mt Washington?
The proximity to Sinai Hospital and The Johns Hopkins Conference Center is crazy close, walking or bike riding would be a great option. Many physicians who may be either starting or finishing their residencies from University of Maryland or Hopkins find Mt Washington highly desirable due to the quick access to 83 and the great local schools available. Baltimore has many colleges and universities, and is popular among the professors.
Since Mt Washington has a Light Rail stop, if you work near any of the many other stops along the way, from Baltimore Washington Airport (BWI) to Hunt Valley, that commute can be a no brainer as well. Mt Washington boasts many commuters to Washington DC, as the cost of living in Baltimore is so much less than DC. For those folks, easy access to Penn Station for the MARC train is a real plus. So focusing on who your buyer may be can help your realtor with their marketing plan.
Mt Washington has a loyal fan base due to the friendly community that lives here. The folks here want their friends to move in.
Many buyers want homes that are in move in condition, and the same is true for Mt Washington. So the better your home looks, inside and out, the better for everyone.
Occasionally there will be an estate sale that comes up, and they tend to be at a lower price point, but require much more work. Luckily, short sales and foreclosures are still a rarity.
Because the neighborhood is so desirable, listing a home will produce a sale as long as your pricing is reasonable.
So if you are thinking of selling your home in Mt Washington, give me a ring.