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.
A friend told me I can dismiss my agent to sell my home. I’ve never heard that before, so it didn’t seem possible because I signed a contract for a period of six months.
I am selling a home for my friend who is overwhelmed with losses from the Coronavirus. She has several family members who have contracted the virus, and two relatives who passed away from complications associated with the virus.
I need to sell my home with furnishings as one complete package. I have no time to pack and move my belongings due to my divorce and military obligations. Everything seems to be happening at once in my life, including an international health crisis called Covid-19.
The local moratorium on evictions over the last couple months has made me think about selling a rental house now. I own three rental houses, and the tenants in two of them have all been working throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. But the tenants in the other house were already behind in their rent, and now they are three months in arrears.
My house is sixty years old, so I’m facing the reality that I’ll need to sell my house or pay to remodel it. The time has come to upgrade the old appliances, countertops, flooring and windows.
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?