665 Commissioners Road West London Ontario
665 Commissioners Road West London Ontario, known as Rosecliffe Valley, is a 27 detached unit vacant land condominium residential enclave of quality homes.
It is located in a ravine-like setting in south-west London nestled among upscale detached homes.
A vacant land condo means that you own the building and the land and pay a condo management fee to the condo corporation for snow removal, ground maintenance and management.
- 2020, as of April 1st no sales have been reported
- In 2019, 1 sold for $579,000
- In 2018, 1 sold $448,000
- In 2017, 2 residences sold, one for $445,000 and the other $450,000.
- In 2016 3 units sold for 99.42% of the asking price and took about 17 days to sell
Selling a London Ontario Townhouse? The First 10 Days Are Critical!
When selling a townhouse in London, Ontario, the first ten days are critical and will make the difference how quickly and how much you receive!
The most critical time for a new listing in London, Ontario, is two days before it officially goes on MLS and the eight days after!
Why two days before? From experience, I have found that when you and an excellent listing Realtor has prepared and gathered all the necessary marketing tools the following occurs:
Day 3 to Day 8: This is when buyers and their agents are searching the Internet for buying a condo in London and certain streets for something new. When the excitement is the highest. You can now:
Once day 11 starts, do something drastically to attract new buyers to your condo!
The way a transaction starts is indicative of how your sale will go, quickly or a long rocky road before you sell your condo.
Listing with a Realtor who has a reputation for being thorough will never do you any harm. Who uses the Internet correctly, has a follow-up system and the finances to see your property through to the final stages.
Ensure that before the sign goes up and the listing gets to the MLS, everything from the lockbox, listing brochures and presentations is in place and ready to go. Make sure your listing person has a system to let you view the comments and feedback about your condo on an individual listing website. Do they have a checklist (I have 133 ) that they share with you before it even gets on MLS?
Do not let others impede the selling of your condo.
In summary, the most critical time for a new listing when selling a condo in London, Ontario, is BEFORE it gets on MLS.