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What does it cost to sell my house right now? Nobody can tell me the answer to that question because apparently it varies, depending on the sale price and the services provided by real estate agents and title companies.
I am in a confusing cycle of thinking whether to sell my house or not, that is the question that keeps me awake at night. I could sell it and get the cash, or I could keep it and continue to struggle with the mortgage payments, property taxes and upkeep.
I can hardly believe I am starting over to sell my house now. I had a buyer and the sale fell apart at the last minute.
I heard that a Seller’s Property Disclosure form is required to sell my house for cash. This common requirement applies to homes listed and sold through real estate agents and to homes sold “by owner.”
Could I sell my house fast with a postcard during the Coronavirus pandemic? No matter how high the number of cases may be, we still manage to open our mailboxes and retrieve our mail.
Sooner or later, problems could come up if I sell my house to family members. That is true of a home sale to any buyer, but family members will continue to be part of my life. Selling to unrelated buyers is a different situation entirely.
I’m surprised to say it, but I have to sell my house to homeschool my kids. The public schools are closed due to Coronavirus safety concerns, and there’s no guarantee they will be opening up for normal classroom instruction next fall.
Although I am tempted to leave it, I’m still thinking about whether I should sell my house or abandon it. Packing up my belongings and driving away will not solve the legal and financial issues plaguing me as a property owner during the Covid19 pandemic.
The Covid-19 virus has thrown tens of millions of people into poverty and panic mode. I should know because I am one of them, and now I must sell my house to pay my debts as soon as possible.
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?
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.
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.
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.
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?
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’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 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.
When the bills are piling up and creditors are threatening, is it too late to sell my house? I didn’t want to sell it now.
Bills have been piling up for quite a while, and it seems like I need to sell my house yesterday. But, yesterday’s gone, so today will do.