The short sale process can be confusing and lengthy, especially since not all buyer’s agents know what a short sale is or how to do one. Short sales are not for everyone, but for the right person and situation, they can be the answer and the end to torturous debt that comes along with not being able to pay your mortgage on time.
Did you just sell or buy that new house? Congrats! Now it’s time for the packing and moving.
However, before you even do that- it’s garage sale time (weather permitting, of course). We’re not talking Craigslist, Facebook marketplace, eBay and countless apps for getting rid of the things we don’t want or use anymore. We don’t know about you, but we think that there is just something special about a good old fashioned garage sale.
The process of selling your home will involve a home inspection which won’t be the most pleasant experience of your selling adventure, but it will be worth it in the end. Inspections involve potential buyers coming into your home and checking every crack and crevice to determine if your house is the one for them. You will already show it to them once before the inspection, but this will let them investigate the history of your home and everything that needs repair. Hopefully, for you, that’s not a lot. With the right dedication and care of your home, it shouldn’t be. Consider repairing any small or large details that might prevent your house from selling. Check out the Homes for Heroes local deals to find discounts on home improvement supplies and more.
Few things in life are as stressful as selling a house. To make it worse, sometimes a property just sits on the market without any prospective buyers. If you’re frantic because your home hasn’t sold yet, here are seven reasons why it may not be selling.
What do you want prospective buyers to remember after visiting your home? On average, they will have under an hour to visit every room, ask a few questions and revisit the master bedroom, bathroom, and kitchen. They need to focus and imagine their family living in your house. Anything that distracts them or repels them from imagining living there can lose you a potential sale. Here are eight decorating trends that can turn off prospective buyers.
Super Bowl LII will air on NBC on February 4 at 6:30 pm Eastern time. The 2018 Super Bowl features the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles. The two teams will compete for the NFL championship in Minneapolis, MN. Unfortunately, many people will be at work at that time Sunday. Being at work doesn’t necessarily mean that you must miss all the excitement you would see on your television while sitting on your couch.
It’s that time of year again we all know as Super Bowl time. The glorious Sunday that only comes once a year, in which Americans all across the country will gather around their TV’s with good friends, family, and great food to watch the two top-rated teams in the NFL duke it out for the coveted championship, the Super Bowl.
In 2018, there is a shortage of housing and high demand of buyers, which means good things for you. Putting your house on the market early in the year means you could potentially sell it faster. The best time to move is in the spring and fall, so listing your house now would meet that timeline. People are looking for houses, so when there’s a shortage that means it’s good for sellers! If you’re debating selling your home, here are some reasons that you should consider before you decide to close the book on that idea.
A lot of factors go into selling your house. The potential buyers will have a lot of questions about the neighborhood, maintenance over the years, and many other things. However, nothing compares to the first impression the prospective home buyer will get before even entering the house.
Selling a house ranks as one of the highest dollar events you experience in your life. The profit you make determines your family’s future because the more money you make, the more choices you have regarding your new home. We all want to maximize our investment by getting the highest possible price with the lowest amount of expense. But first, you need to fix and update all those things that you had always planned to do for yourself and will now be doing for the next owner. That means you must spend time, money and effort to increase the value. Once that is done, it’s time to market the house, choose the right selling price and find that buyer!