New York City is one of the few areas in the country that does not have a multiple listing service (MLS). An MLS is a service which collects all of the data about the available properties for sale in a given marketplace. That data is then shared with all of the brokerage firms in the area.
So, if you’re a buyer in NYC, the lack of an MLS means that it’s harder to find all of the properties available for purchase. If you’re a seller, it’s difficult to get your apartment exposed to all of the potential ready, willing and able buyers. And, that translates into potentially not getting the highest possible price.
Fortunately, New York City real estate brokers “share” most of their listings with their competitors. They just don’t do it as efficiently and formally as city’s with an MLS.
So, how do sellers insure the greatest exposure, highest price, shortest selling time and least inconvenience? They call braddock + purcell at 212-715-0899. We’ll explain how the system really works and how you can make it work for you.