In a strange turn of events, my wife and I are nearing the closing date to sell our house. We are moving to a high rise in downtown Nashville. We were trying to sell over the summer, but realized we needed to do about $15k-$20k worth of upgrades to make things more current. So we pulled out of the market and started planning. We received a call from our realtor a little over a month ago saying someone reached out to see if the house was still for sale - this was the day after I scheduled someone to come out to price new flooring for us. We jumped on it and said why not! By that Friday we had a pretty reasonable offer on our house. Early the next week we were under contract!
It’s truly felt like a whirlwind, but we’re at the point where things are really starting to feel real. My wife’s dream is to live in a high rise with tons of walkability. So I am saying adios to our two car garage and ability to tinker on my cars for five stories of underground parking and a tenth floor balcony view of the city (and cutting square footage by about 70%). While it’s her dream, I share the enthusiasm. I know it will make for a great spot for us both. I am pretty excited for the change!
All that to say, any tips, tricks, or recommendations Apartment Dwelling Oppos?
I lived in a condo with surface parking prior. It wasn’t pitched as a luxury space, so I was able to tinker a little. This will definitely be a bit different.