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Condo owners trade size for simplicity

Condo owners trade size for simplicity

Another attraction of condos is the price, said Michelle Maldonado, director of sales and growth for The Lipman Group Sotheby’s International Realty. Because they are smaller than a single-family home and don’t require land for individual lawns, they can be cheaper to buy than a house.

Not in my downtown – Living with the crane next door

Not in my downtown – Living with the crane next door

“All the construction slows some people down. More and more, I’m getting view questions,” said Michelle Maldonado, a broker with The Lipman Group Sotheby’s International Realty, who sells urban condos. “You can’t hide from the cranes these days in Nashville. Ultimately, it bodes well if you can live through the noise and dust, because you’re getting more of the things that are the reasons you moved downtown.”

Twelve | Twelve condos on pace to sell out by year’s end

Twelve | Twelve condos on pace to sell out by year’s end

“Typically, high-rises have to meet a pre-sale requirement, so most of their buyers are going off of a vision and floor plans on a piece of paper. Because of the way he converted, buyers really quickly got to see the actual product,” Maldonado said. “I think that did wonders for their momentum.”

Midtown condo project off to strong start

Midtown condo project off to strong start

Maldonado and Hensler have yet to sell units through traditional advertising. They say most of the 79 buyers who have signed on did so as a result of a targeted marketing, including a series of cocktail parties, print advertising in local lifestyle magazines and word of mouth.