Just Sold | 15 Anchorage Road, Sausalito, CA 94965 | Jonathan Jacobs

Posted by on Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013 at 10:54pm.

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I just had the pleasure of helping my client get a great deal on a short sale in Sausalito. We were able to turn around a situation where my client did not get her first offer accepted over the summer. There were five offers and the seller ended up going with an offer from the tenant. However, that deal fell through and the property came back on the market. Because I had done a good job of packaging the offer the first time, and it was basically ready to go, I was able to quickly submit another offer and get it accepted to beat out four more offers that came in the second time. After that, we still had to negotiate with two lienholders on top of everything else that had to be done, and managed to get the transaction closed before the two foreclosure deadlines. My client had smartly agreed to pay for a third-party negotiator, who ended up doing a fantastic job with the short sale lenders, and was well worth her fee.

Situated in the hills of Sausalito, this ample two bedroom/two bathroom condominium boasts a water view of Sausalito Harbor, San Francisco Bay, and the hills of Tiburon off the deck. It features hardwood floors, an updated kitchen with granite counters and stainless steel appliances. The condo is light and bright with recessed lighting, a Bosch washer and dryer, travertine outfitted bathrooms and a gas fireplace--great for non-burn days. Marin hiking trails are within walking distance, and the quaint, center of Sausalito is just minutes away.

Find out how I can provide a highly effective solution to purchase your Sausalito home, or to sell your Marin home with the best possible terms in today's market, by combining Internet expertise, access to our database of thousands of buyers, key relationships and other tools. For assistance in purchasing your home, or to schedule a complimentary consultation regarding a marketing strategy to sell your home, contact Jonathan B. Jacobs.

 

 

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