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Brooklyn Real Estate Sales Deals Of The Week

Wednesday, July 20th, 2011

Just Listed! Marine Park ,Brooklyn

Detached on 40x100 Property Marine Park Brooklyn

Adorable, detached 3 bedroom home on tree-lined 40 x 100 lot. Quiet, residential Marine Park block home features modern eat-in kitchen with sliding glass doors overlooking deck and private fenced property with 2 car garage. Formal dining room, modern Italian tiled bath. Partially finished basement with additional 3/4 bath plus laundry room. Ceramic tiled kitchen has oak cabinets, new gas, heat, windows. All modern, hardwood floors throughout. House is selling “As is”. A must see!

Marine Park Custom Built

Three Bedroom

Brick Tudor Style Home

Marine Park Custom Brick Home For Sale

Marine Park Custom Brick Home!
This Home is Special
call me Charles D'Alessandro
Your Brooklyn Realtor® at 718 253-9600 ext 206
or E-Mail me at [email protected] for more information !

Whether you have questions about the above Brooklyn New York homes for sale,
or looking for something else I can help.
 Please give Charles D’Alessandro Your Brooklyn Realtor® with Fillmore Real Estate a call today
 at 718/253-9600 ext 206 or email me at [email protected].
 I’ll give you a free home price analysis to determine how much your home is worth in today’s market.

Myths about Selling Your Brooklyn Real Estate in a Slow Market

Wednesday, September 8th, 2010

Trying to sell your  real estate in a slow market can be frustrating. You may find that it takes longer to sell and you can’t get as much money as you could during a booming market. However, you can’t believe all the hype about a sluggish real estate market. Do your research and separate the facts from the fiction.

Here are 3 myths and the facts behind the fiction:

  1. You won’t get a decent price. Your  real estate will sell for whatever a buyer is willing to pay. A comparative market analysis shows you what other buyers spent on property like yours. Of course, if you bought your home when values were up, you may not get the return on your investment you’d hoped for. However, most sellers get a fair price and even make a profit in a slow market.
  2. Your  real estate will stay on the market too long. While it’s true that real estate tends to take longer to sell during a slow market, it’s not impossible to sell. People still buy in slower markets. If your home is priced right, prepared for sale and marketed professionally, it will sell.
  3. Buyers only want foreclosures and short sales. The truth is that buyers want good deals, and this can be in the form of money or time. The price of a foreclosure or short sale may certainly be attractive, but they can take a considerable amount of time to close while the banks negotiate their terms. Paying slightly more for a traditional sale is sometimes well worth the time they can save.

Using my proven marketing plan, I can help you sell your Brooklyn home whether it’s a slow market or a booming market. Call Charles D’Alessandro of Fillmore Real Estate today at (718) 253-9600 ext.206 or email me at [email protected].

Charles D’Alessandro

[email protected]
tel 718 253-9600
fax 718 253-9573

April 5th – An Important Date for Brooklyn Homes for Sale

Thursday, April 1st, 2010

April has a lot of important and semi-important dates in it. The tax deadline, Good Friday and Easter are just a few. What is April 5th, though, and what does it have to do with Brooklyn homes for sale? Well, the biggest news is that the government has stepped into real estate and short sales.

Home sales are down nation-wide, despite the Obama administration’s efforts with the first-time buyer’s tax credit. Many homebuyers are waiting for a better interest rate or to see if home prices will drop more. Meanwhile, owners with Brooklyn homes for sale are preparing for the spring selling season, without any idea whether they’ll actually be able to sell or not.

Part of the reason for this situation is because of the depreciated housing values. For instance, many potential buyers want to take advantage of the repeat buyer’s tax credit, but can’t. They currently own a home that’s facing foreclosure, are trying to sell that home, but can’t because it’s underwater. This puts a wrench in the whole market.

The government’s solution is short sale. There’s always been the option for those facing foreclosure to opt for short sale, but (thanks, in part, to the many scams out there) few choose this option. The Obama administration has decided that, if they can’t help with foreclosure, they’ll pay people to accept short sale.

Starting April 5, 2010, the government is encouraging delinquent borrowers who can’t be helped through loan modification programs to go through a streamlined short sale process. Many potential short sellers have gotten offers the lenders won’t agree to, which this program called HAFA (Home Affordable Foreclosure Alternatives), is geared towards fixing. Here’s how:

  • The servicing bank that allows the short sale gets $1,000.
  • The homeowner gets $1,000 to go towards a second loan.
  • The homeowner gets $1,500 in relocation assistance.

Even with this program, lenders are wary of short sales. Depending on the price of the short sale, there’s a possibility that lenders could lose a large amount of money. However, under the new program, real estate agents will be working with the lender to determine the value of the home and what the minimum price should be. If the short sale offer meets or exceeds that minimum, the lender has to accept it.

The hope is that this program will slow the tide of foreclosures, free homeowners up to become repeat buyers, sell more homes and, ultimately, improve the flow of the real estate market. The good news about all this is if the program does even a quarter of what the administration plans, there may not be enough Brooklyn homes for sale to go around!

Have questions about the new HAFA program or any other real estate incentive programs?  I’m happy to answer your questions.  Give me a call now at 718 253-9600 ext.206 or email me at [email protected].

Charles D’Alessandro

[email protected]
tel 718 253-9600
fax 718 253-9573

Buying or Selling Your Brooklyn Real Estate Does Not Have To Be Stressful!

Monday, November 30th, 2009

Brooklyn Real Estate Sales and Charles D’Alessandro of Fillmore Real Estate presents this a free offer, of several informative real estate books written by Michael S. Reinhardt experienced Real Estate and business attorney, in practice since 1985. Filled with answers to legal questions regarding the sale and purchase of real property. Two of the most widely-distributed books,“Selling Your Home Does Not Have To Be Stressful” and “Purchasing Your Home Does Not Have To Be Stressful”, are available for FREE all you have to do is click on the book you want enter your information, and we will E-mail you the books. There is NO COST OR OBLIGATION!

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