The second wave of Coronavirus cases in Texas has helped me see I need to sell my house fast in Austin. I am not happy about it, but I know what needs to be done for the financial stability of our family.
I kept the house in our recent divorce, so now I’m selling my house by myself. My former husband and I were planning to sell it “by owner,” but he was the one who was going to do most of the work. I don't want to do that work myself.
For months I was waiting out the pandemic to sell my home. But now it seems like I may have waited for nothing because the virus is still causing problems for businesses.
I heard that a Seller’s Property Disclosure form is required to sell my house for cash. This common requirement applies to homes listed and sold through real estate agents and to homes sold “by owner.”
I have been thinking about using PayPal to sell my house to buyers located outside the United States. PayPal is an easy way to transfer money to sellers in the United States, preferred by residents of many other countries.
Watching them drop to 3% or less, I’m thinking that Coronavirus mortgage interest rates may sell my home because low mortgage rates tend to boost home sales.
It has become clear to me that I will need to sell my house fast for political reasons. People in my neighborhood are increasingly divided over Coronavirus issues, such as wearing a mask, standing six feet away from others and staying home nearly all the time.
When I’m selling my home, can I afford all the costs associated with the sale? When we bought our house there was a closing statement with many closing costs listed for both the buyer and the seller. I am thinking ahead to closing a sale now that it’s time for us to sell.
I’m selling my home to family members if we can come to an agreement on the price and terms. My motivation for selling is to get cash for my home equity now, or to receive monthly payments over time.
Future uncertainty is forcing me to sell my home because my source of income has ended. My stable job with a bright future is gone, with no immediate replacement in sight
I’m selling my house for the equity check I’ll collect at closing. Most sellers could say the same thing, but they may not have as much pressure to get their check as I do right now.
Selling my house that’s upside down means the amount I owe on my mortgage loans is higher than the current market value of the property, making it difficult to sell.
Since Covid19 put the brakes on the real estate business, I don’t know how to determine the value to sell my home. If I call real estate agents for their advice, they will want to come look at my house and list it for sale, which is what I would like to avoid.
Could I sell my house with a postcard during the Coronavirus pandemic? No matter how high the number of cases may be, we still manage to open our mailboxes and retrieve our mail.
Since I won’t be listing with a real estate agent, I will need my own contract for selling my house. I see plenty of contracts available online, but that doesn’t mean I understand them.
Sooner or later, problems could come up if I sell my house to family members. That is true of a home sale to any buyer, but family members will continue to be part of my life. Selling to unrelated buyers is a different situation entirely.
I’m thinking about selling my home online free, meaning without paying a real estate commission. The commission I will pay at closing and the hassle of the showing process are too much for me right now.
I’m losing sleep over whether I should sell my house as-is now. It remains a chaotic time for real estate sales during this transition period the national news calls “opening up.”
It may sound overly dramatic when I say I need to sell my house fast to escape the neighborhood. It is not an exaggeration; it is the truth. Neighbors are harassing us.
Since I am late paying the property taxes now, maybe I should sell my home instead. That might sound like a rash decision. For me, it’s one more reason to sell a house I can no longer afford to keep. If I had the money to pay my property taxes, they would not be delinquent.