20 posts tagged with "sell-my-home"
For months I was waiting out the pandemic to sell my home. But now it seems like I may have waited for nothing because the virus is still causing problems for businesses.
Watching them drop to 3% or less, I’m thinking that Coronavirus mortgage interest rates may sell my home because low mortgage rates tend to boost home sales.
Future uncertainty is forcing me to sell my home because my source of income has ended. My stable job with a bright future is gone, with no immediate replacement in sight
Since Covid19 put the brakes on the real estate business, I don’t know how to determine the value to sell my home. If I call real estate agents for their advice, they will want to come look at my house and list it for sale, which is what I would like to avoid.
Since I am late paying the property taxes now, maybe I should sell my home instead. That might sound like a rash decision. For me, it’s one more reason to sell a house I can no longer afford to keep. If I had the money to pay my property taxes, they would not be delinquent.
If I find a buyer with lender pre-approval, will it help me sell my home to them? I don’t think pre-approval involves the same process that a buyer must go through when they apply for a mortgage.
I’m wondering if it is possible to avoid a property inspector to sell my home. After hearing so many people talk about the problems that came up during home inspections, I would like to avoid the problems by avoiding the property inspector.
The area has changed, so now I am forced to sell my home in a bad Dallas neighborhood. My parents bought this house in the 1970s and then I bought it from them when they moved into assisted living.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
When I inherited it, my house came with some issues from the past. Can I sell my home with title issues?
It’s one or the other… I’ll have to remodel my kitchen or sell my house because it feels like I’m living in the past right now. Maybe it wouldn’t bother another person as much as it bothers me, but all the Golden Oak-stained wooden cabinets look like a kitchen my mother and my grandmother would love.