Ever wish you could test-drive an apartment before you buy it?
A new trend in real estate is encouraging potential buyers to do just that. They’re getting the opportunity to spend quality time in the home before putting a penny down. It might sound a little odd, but it can also help a buyer make a more informed decision — and possibly save them from buying the wrong house.
This morning, on ABC’s number 1 morning news show, “Good Morning America”, 5.3 million viewers tuned in to watch CORE’s Limor Nesher, Tom Postilio and Mickey Conlon discuss this controversial topic with correspondent Sara Haines as well watch a prospective buyer “test-drive” a beautiful Upper West Side townhouse at 135 West 69th Street.
True to CORE’s vision to innovate and evolve the business of real estate, these brokers think out of the box to sell the unique listing. By allowing a buyer to spend 12 hours in the property without the pressures of having a broker or homeowners there, the potential buyer is truly able to experience “living” in the home and determine whether it’s the right property for him.