Nobody could have foreseen the devastating Coronavirus pandemic. But now that we’re experiencing it, I’m selling my house to live alone in the future.
As far as I know, there’s never been a moratorium on evictions and foreclosures as widespread as the ones put in place in late March 2020 as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Many people wait until springtime to put their homes up for sale, but this year they may be asking, “Can I still sell my house now?"
I have just about decided to sell my house by advertising online. I’m very tempted to advertise my house for sale by owner and avoid listing it with a real estate agent, if I am up to the challenge.
I am not experienced in home construction or remodeling. Should I remodel to sell my home? I’m getting conflicting opinions from friends and family in response to this question.
Agents and mortgage lenders like home appraisals, but I’m wondering if I need an appraisal to sell my house in Houston or not. And I’m also wondering how it could work if there’s no real estate agent or mortgage lender involved.
Many couples are advised to sell a house to divorce. Dividing up the real and personal property acquired during a marriage may require the home sale because both individuals are entitled to half the equity in their home.
I have a few rental houses. For anyone who has tenants like I do, there may come a day when you face the same problem I’m facing right now. I’m selling a rental house to avoid evicting tenants.
If you had told me last month that I’d be looking for a home buyer today, I would not have believed it. Right now, I have a surprising need to sell my home.
Based on the calendar, there may be a best time to sell my house in Austin, Texas. Or, it might not be tied to the calendar at all.
I’m facing foreclosure in Dallas. It’s very embarrassing, even though I’ve discovered that several people I know have experienced a foreclosure in the past. It’s not an uncommon problem when we get behind on our mortgage payments.
I get a lot of conflicting advice when asking real estate professionals this question – “Should I sell my home or lease it?” Of course, friends and family members all have their own opinions, too.
Are you thinking you need to sell a vacation home now? Is it weighing on your mind these days, especially when we’re being advised not to leave the house for more than a week at a time? Will there be a good market for vacation homes this year?
I never thought I’d have to sell a house with fire damage in Dallas. Most people don’t expect a fire to occur, and I was one of them. But it happened, and now I have a house that’s fire-damaged, but not beyond repair.
I am kicking myself for not selling a few months ago because now I must sell my house during a pandemic. Everyone is sticking close to home, which means most buyers are not out and about looking at houses.
Maybe you’re thinking about selling your home or renting it out to tenants. Do you really want to own rental property in Texas?
Hundreds of local real estate agents would love to list my house. But I’m wondering if I can sell my house for cash in San Antonio instead.
Most people think it’s easy to sell a house when interest rates are low. But that depends on the condition of the house for sale.
The time has come for me to sell my house in Austin for cash. Although I’ve been thinking about selling it for a couple years, time has run out and I need to sell it right away.
Selling my home in Dallas is not as easy as it sounds, even during a seller’s market when residential properties are selling fast, for the asking price or even more than the asking price.