I lost my job due to Covid19 and need to sell my house fast due to unemployment. The costs of property taxes and homeowner’s insurance were piling up on me before this happened, but now I’m behind on my mortgage payments, too.
Since working from home during the Covid19 pandemic I’m selling my house with no home office. It wasn’t a problem before my whole family was confined to the house over the last couple month, but now it's a problem.
I am forced to sell my rent house because the renters recently left in the middle of the night with no forwarding address. And they did so much damage, I am overwhelmed with the repair work needed.
The Coronavirus pandemic got in my way, but now I’m selling my home as the country starts opening up again. Total health and financial consequences as a result of the world-wide virus are impossible to calculate, but I have also had personal losses.
Is it possible to sell a home with a yard sign and no other forms of advertising? Real estate agents use yard signs, and sometimes that’s their only form of advertising, other than listing on the local multiple listing service.
Can I sell a house with title issues to new homeowners? Will they have legal ownership of the property, or will the title issues affect them as well? I need to find a solution.
Selling my house to relatives is a possibility for us because my brother has often said, “If you ever decide to sell your house, let us know because we would love to buy it.”
If I find a buyer with lender pre-approval, will it help me sell my home to them? I don’t think pre-approval involves the same process that a buyer must go through when they apply for a mortgage.
I’m wondering if it is possible to avoid a property inspector to sell my home. After hearing so many people talk about the problems that came up during home inspections, I would like to avoid the problems by avoiding the property inspector.
Most homeowners are not prepared for selling a house by owner and they resent pushy salespeople. I am asking myself how I feel about salespeople, too, because I may be selling my house by owner.
I was hesitant and skeptical before Coronavirus problems began to affect the real estate business, but now I am against selling a house online. It is risky, impersonal, and apparently impossible at the present time.
Three months ago I would not have believed that today I am considering selling my house and renting instead. Everything has changed for us since the Coronavirus pandemic swept the globe and changed the world economy.
The area has changed, so now I am forced to sell my home in a bad Dallas neighborhood. My parents bought this house in the 1970s and then I bought it from them when they moved into assisted living.
The Covid-19 virus has thrown tens of millions of people into poverty and panic mode. I should know because I am one of them, and now I must sell my house to pay my debts as soon as possible.
I have no way to deal with the situation myself, so I’m hiring a clean-up crew for selling my home. Sickness and death have affected our family during the Coronavirus pandemic, and it has been overwhelming.
Should I follow the friendly advice to remodel my kitchen to sell my home? More than one agent has suggested it, but I am resisting the idea. Kitchen remodeling is expensive and messy.
I am facing a big decision as a result of the Covid-19 economy – should I reduce the price to sell my house? Apparently, some housing markets are still going strong, but for how long?
I am allergic to complicated paperwork, so I’m thinking about selling my home with no listing agreement involved. It sounds crazy to some people, and maybe it sounds crazy to you, too. Let me explain…
My mom worked for a real estate agent many years ago, so I know all the steps to closing my home sale. The basic steps are still the same, even though everything is digital and moves faster than it did in the past when she was using word processors and fax machines. I learned a lot watching my mom at work.
Should I sell my home in Austin to Millennials because there’s a market for it right now? Well-meaning friends, relatives and real estate agents have told me that the floor plan of my home will appeal to millennials because it offers a lot of open space in the kitchen, dining and living areas.