How to sell this, need advice

I have owned this 95-year-old duplex for 20+ years. It’s in great shape and has good bones as you say. I’ve always taken good care of it and hired professionals when I needed. I retired this year and I would like to sell as I’m getting tired. What I’m finding are there is no comps that come out very high for duplexes in my area. I’ve consulted with about six real estate agents and been given prices all over the place as possible listing prices. But my question is if comps don’t support a listing price, then the listing price isn’t gonna really matter. Isn’t that right? Investors just seem to want killer deals. The first real estate agent I consulted would like her son and husband to purchase the property for an investment property. They made an offer and it’s a good offer but again if the appraisal doesn’t support that price, then it’s not gonna matter isn’t that right? They weren’t interested in any kind of appraisal gap thing. I had a feeling due to her expertise and the fact that her spouse has about eight rental properties, they already have a pretty good idea of what the house would appraise at although she said that’s not the case. I would like to sell the property but I would like to get a premium price that will reflect all the hard work I put in over 20+ years. Any advice for me?

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I have owned this 95-year-old duplex for 20+ years. It’s in great shape and has good bones as you say. I’ve always taken good care of it and hired professionals when I needed. I retired this year and I would like to sell as I’m getting tired. What I’m finding are there is no comps that come out very high for duplexes in my area. I’ve consulted with about six real estate agents and been given prices all over the place as possible listing prices. But my question is if comps don’t support a listing price, then the listing price isn’t gonna really matter. Isn’t that right? Investors just seem to want killer deals. The first real estate agent I consulted would like her son and husband to purchase the property for an investment property. They made an offer and it’s a good offer but again if the appraisal doesn’t support that price, then it’s not gonna matter isn’t that right? They weren’t interested in any kind of appraisal gap thing. I had a feeling due to her expertise and the fact that her spouse has about eight rental properties, they already have a pretty good idea of what the house would appraise at although she said that’s not the case. I would like to sell the property but I would like to get a premium price that will reflect all the hard work I put in over 20+ years. Any advice for me? submitted by /u/coco8090 [link] [comments]

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