Congratulations to T on the sale of your condo unit! I sold this condo unit within 2.8% of the ask price. Keep in mind that this wasn’t my vendor’s first attempt at selling. In July of 2016 I had it listed for more money and the market was not having anything to do with it. The ask price was far too high and because of my vendor’s life situation it made sense to take it off the market, give it some time, and regroup. Things started to turn around for my vendor and this spring we put the condo unit back up on the market with a more appropriate ask price and my vendor won and did very well. Sometimes life throws us curveballs and it’s important in those times to reassess things and regroup. My vendor took my advice in order to ensure that the other areas of life were dealt with and sorted out. Because those things were done, my vendor has had more success in the end. Numbers need to work out in other areas too for real estate success to happen. I ensure that the entire financial picture is in sight before my clients take any sort of plunge. Process for my vendor was smooth and easy and I got my vendor good results; a big win in the end.