North End condo home buyers are wise; technology is transforming downtown Boston real estate market to their benefit. Some Boston cono sellers however, aren’t getting this message or don’t care to believe it. These are the sellers of north end condos that remain unsold despite historic inventory shortages. While there might be a variety of reasons, even a few valid, the market tends to have the last word. Buyers and agents are the first to send the message by letting the home sit. Should a buyer bite, a second harsh message is often sent by appraisers and underwriters when value or marketability issues arise.

With the advantages of the internet homes that languish on the market too long look to downtown Boston real estate brokers, appraiser and buyers as there is something wrong with the property. Zillow and other websites have pulled back the curtain for buyers; they see the long or repeated listing histories, death spiral price reductions, past sales and even how long a home sits vacant. Most important, they see the Zestimate – trust them or not, they’re getting better and buyers rely on them.

Pushing the price envelope with a foot in supportable data is one thing, being completely unreasonable on price because “it’s worth it” or “we can sell for less” is another. Work with a competent agent (google them) and avoid the headaches that come with overpriced homes. 

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