My parents would love for me to move into the house they own, but I plan to sell the house I inherit from them. Since they are both in a nursing home and won’t be returning to live in their home, right now it’s vacant.
Selling a house in Houston may be easy for some people, but it’s not easy for me. I don’t have time to show it to potential buyers and I wouldn’t know what to do next even if I did find a buyer on my own.
When the bills are piling up and creditors are threatening, is it too late to sell my house? I didn’t want to sell it now.
My friends and family are tired of hearing me ask, “Is this a good time to sell a house?” I want to avoid paying a big real estate commission, so that’s why I don’t call an agent to ask the question.
It may not be a socially acceptable thing to say, but I am selling a house in bad condition. There, I said it. My house was run down when I inherited it from my parents, and it’s gone downhill from that time.
Bills have been piling up for quite a while, and it seems like I need to sell my house yesterday. But, yesterday’s gone, so today will do.
Since I shop online with it for many different items, I wonder if I can sell my home with PayPal? Millions of buyers like to use PayPal instead of credit cards or bank checks, especially for international payments.
It’s important to know that selling a house is not like selling a car, truck or motorcycle. Vehicles can be bought and sold with a simple title transfer between individuals.
When I inherited it, my house came with some issues from the past. Can I sell my home with title issues?
It doesn’t sound real when I say it’s possible to sell a house fast with one phone call. Of course, who you call is what makes all the difference. Making one phone call to a real estate broker might result in a home sale eventually, but it may take months to close.
I want to cut out all unnecessary expenses, so I’m wondering if a title company is required to sell my house online. If I post on craigslist.org and other websites catering to home buyers, can I avoid using and paying a title company to close my home sale?
I have a friend who keeps telling me about postcard mailings to sell my house. She says it works for some real estate agents she knows, so maybe it could work for me. I am researching postcard companies and mailing lists now.
Even though I had my house listed with a real estate agent for three months, it seems like nobody knows I’m selling my home. I cancelled my listing agreement because nothing was happening, meaning the agent did not arrange any showings.
Is there a trick to sell my house fast? Are there little-known techniques to be found online or in deep conversations with experts?
I’m not really interested in hiring help to sell my house fast, but it seems to be what most sellers do. Becoming a salesperson is uncomfortable for many people, and I think I am one of those people, too.
Every homeowner is curious, wondering, “how much can I sell my house for?” Even if they have no interest in selling in the immediate future, they like to have an idea of the market value of their home.
Knowing how to sell a house “as is” may become important to you at some point in your life. Having the money to repair and remodel your home is ideal, but some people struggle.
Do you know this little-known method to sell a house fast? I’ve been learning about it, and it’s surprising how few people know about wholesale home sales.
I’m thinking about selling my home to my neighbor. Since the day we moved into our present house, the next-door neighbors told us they might want to buy it someday.
I don’t really want to do it myself, so I’m wondering who can sell my house fast? I see a lot of ads for real estate agents on printed flyers, on billboards and online.