Thinking about Selling your Queens Home? Start by Googling your Address…

4 Reasons to Google your Address
Your house, coop, or Condo has an online identity, and whether or not you’re thinking about selling, you should know what it is. Here are some of our favorite reasons to Google your address, because you bet that Queens home buyers will…
To see if Megan’s Law Registrants Live Nearby
Safety first. Megan’s Law requires law-enforcement authorities to make information available to the public regarding registered sex offenders in their neighborhoods. Googling your address and “Megan’s Law” will turn up a quick list of nearby registrants.
To See What Nearby Homes, Coops, or Condos are Selling For
The value of your Home, Coop, or Condo is largely determined by the comparables (AKA “comps”). Seeing what neighbors’ homes, coops, and condos sold for will give you a ballpark idea of what your home may be worth, although a visit from a licensed Queens real estate expert is the only way to get an accurate assessment.
To Detect Scammers Trying to Rent or Sell your Home, Coop, or Condo
Internet Scammers have taken to ripping off home information and putting together fake listings, offering other people’s homes for rent, or even lease-to-own. The home, coop, or condo is listed for an extremely low price, then they ask the would-be-buyer or tenant to wire deposit money overseas.
To Learn More about What’s Coming to the Neighborhood
Searching for your address, neighborhood name, development name, and city/state can help you locate permit applications-particularly true for permits that require environmental or neighbor feedback. This way you can know in advance about a new coffee shop coming around the corner, or a large, multi-year building project happening down the street.

Search for your Queens Home, Coop, or Condo address on Google and then Call us, we can help with what to do next…

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