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A couple months ago I could not have imagined selling my home after sickness and losing my job. These things have always been a problem, but in this world plagued by the Coronavirus there are millions of people experiencing the same problems at the same time.
There have been many consequences of losing an elderly relative to the Coronavirus epidemic, and now I will have to sell a house I inherited. Selling a house was not on my to-do list at all.
The global health and financial crisis motivated me to think about becoming a landlord or selling my home. Now it looks like I will be selling it.
Since interest rates have dropped so low this week, I’m wondering if I should refinance or sell my home. Either one of those options would provide me with the cash I need to pay my bills now.
As if the global virus pandemic isn’t enough to bring us all to a halt, it’s happening at the same time I’m selling my house with a bad title. Well, I’m trying to sell my house.
It never seemed like a good idea to me, so I always tell my friends, “Don’t sell a house online.” Turns out, I was right on target because the Coronavirus pandemic and its economic consequences have taken a heavy toll on all the companies buying and selling houses online.
I talked to a couple real estate agents and they both told me to move out to sell my house. Due to the Coronavirus, empty homes are showing well, and homes where people are living are not showing well.
Losing my job during the current health crisis means I must sell my house to take another job. The good news is that I have a job offer, and it’s more money that I was earning in my previous job
With the world spinning out of control in Coronavirus chaos, I wonder if I should sell my house in Dallas now? Should I get out from under my remaining monthly payments, as well as property taxes, homeowners’ insurance, repairs and maintenance?
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.