“Green” is more than a buzzword. In today’s real estate market, buyers, sellers, and homeowners are thinking about sustainability and green design choices more than ever before. 

If you’re among the countless Chicago homeowners or sellers who have made the decision to transform your home to be more environmentally friendly, it’s important to consider everything that comes next. You’re ready to make your home more green - now, it’s time to nail down the concrete steps you can take to move your property in the right direction. 

You may choose to focus on smaller fixes inside and outside of the house, or strive for the larger-scale green renovations that can dramatically minimize the carbon footprint of your home. Either way, you’re making big strides to bring your property into the future, which could help lower your bills, make your home more livable, and also make a dramatic difference when it’s time to sell. 

2712 W Montrose is an extraordinary, new six-unit condo construction in a prime historic Ravenswood Manor location, unobstructed views of Horner Park. Spacious and functional floor plans with 9’ 6” ceiling at each level.

2712 W Montrose Ave. Exemplary 3 and 4 bedroom condos, featuring superior quality new construction located within the Waters School boundaries and very close (9-minute pedestrian travel) to the Francisco Brown Line L stop and the Chicago River. 

High-end kitchens are complete with a Miele appliance package, custom white shaker cabinetry, and a large Calcutta quartz breakfast island or peninsula, lighted with beautiful pendants.

Two four-bedroom duplex-down condos feature all four bedrooms on the same level, ample closets, master bath featuring a stunning Hansgrohe shower with separate soaking tub, and gorgeous first-floor living space. 

The second-floor and penthouse third-floor condos are three-bedroom homes with dedicated front and back balconies for plenty of space to enjoy the outdoors. The third-floor condos also include private rooftop decks, with panoramic views of Horner Park and the Chicago skyline.   

We’re not going to sugarcoat it - selling a home is a major undertaking. There are many different moving parts and considerations that go into listing, marketing, and selling a home. In fact, sometimes it’s easy for the “to-do” list to become so long that you end up overlooking some of the most essential steps, including basics like prepping your home for sale. 

That’s right. Sometimes, in the rush of getting the ball rolling and moving the process forward, homesellers can overlook some simple questions: Is your home actually ready for buyers to come take a look? And if it’s not, what can you do to help get it ready, and showcase it in the best possible light? 

These are important questions to ask, and crucial topics to discuss with your broker! Your real estate team can help offer some personalized recommendations and ideas, suited to the unique variables of your sale. For instance? Buyers in your market may be looking for specific home features, or even up-to-the-minute design and home staging choices. Your broker can help you get a sense of what buyers are looking for, based on local market trends and the unique conditions of your property. 

Pricing Home to Sell

You’ve made the decision to sell your home. First of all, congratulations! This is a big moment, and the start of an exciting journey, with many different moving parts to consider along the way. 

As you work with your real estate broker to get your home ready to sell, one of the most important efforts you’ll want to focus on is pricing your home, in order to maximize your equity and reduce your market time. Minimizing the amount of time your home spends on the market can prove incredibly important, allowing you to move through the complex sales process more quickly and easily, while minimizing your carrying costs along the way. 

Increasing the desirability of your home on the market -- allowing it to sell quickly, and maybe even gain several competing offers, from multiple potential buyers -- all starts with determining the asking price for your property. 

In order to find the “right” price for your home, you and your agent will need to consider the real estate market trends in your area and how your home compares to other recent and currently active listings.

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