Boston Real Estate 


So you’ve decided that 2021 is the year you’ll be selling your Boston Beacon Hill condo. Timing is everything when it comes to a home sale, and it’s never too early to start planning your Boston downtown condo move

Here are five ways you can start things off:

1. Decide what stays and what goes from your condo

You probably won’t want to take everything with you, so it’s a good time to start labeling what stays and what items will go where. You also may benefit from working with a professional organizer/mover.

2. Consult with your CPA and financial advisor. 

It’s a good idea to know what taxes you can expect to pay, as well as get professional advice on how to handle your Boston real estate sale profits.

3. Figure out your real estate destination details and financing.

 Moving within downtown Boston, or out of state? Now is a good time to decide where you’ll go. Research things like temporary apartment rental costs or area preferences. This can sometimes involve a few trips back and forth if you’re moving to a new city. It’s also a good time to talk with a lender with respect to what property you may be purchasing next.

4. Get a sense of your property’s value and selling costs.

Consult with your Boston Realtor to find out your Boston high rise condo value range and your expected selling costs. Don’t just run your address through Redfin or another online value estimator and call it a day. San Francisco is by no means a cookie-cutter town, and the devil is truly in the details when it comes to value estimates.

5. Discuss your potential move-out timeframe with your Realtor.

Many activities go into selling Boston real estate in 2021, and your Realtor should be in the mix so you can do so in the most advantageous way possible. Many tradespeople, stagers, and other pre-sale professionals book up early in the high seasons of Spring and Fall. And there are certain times of year that aren’t as desirable for others when it comes to the move. Try to avoid a move to downtown Boston in the months of August and September.

Boston Real Estate and the Bottom Line

If you’re planning to move to a Boston Seaport condo or perhaps a Midtown high rise condo complex, please feel free to contact Janet Lamb 24/7 at 617-721-9504.

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Boston Real Estate 


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