10 posts tagged with "professional-buyer"
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.
I know it’s possible in some parts of the country. You can fill out a web form with details about a house and click SEND. There may be no conversation with a person at all before a reply comes back by email.
The business of buying homes for cash has changed in the last few years. But the reality of selling a house fast remains relatively consistent. Homeowners who want to sell quickly must locate a willing cash buyer and agree on a selling price. That’s a traditional reality. But there's another reality - selling to a professional buyer.
I notice helpful, new real estate articles online every day, but none offer tips or tricks for selling my home in a way that works for me. Listing my home to be shown by real estate agents or putting up a For Sale by Owner sign is the first step for many homeowners, but not for me.
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You might be surprised to know that professional home buyers occasionally hear a homeowner say, “I need to sell my home with everything in it.”
First time homeowners have never sold a home before, and other homeowners may have owned and sold more than one home, but they always had help.
Military personnel, international families, athletes, musicians, and many other people may be out of the country when they need to sell a home from far away.
Bad medical news may take everyone in the family by surprise, right along with the person who is experiencing distress. Whether you have offers of help from family members or not.
Of all the reasons we might have, selling a house to take a new job is one of the happiest and best reasons of all.