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9 posts tagged with "selling-a-house"

Selling a House in Bad Condition

Selling a House in Bad Condition
It may not be a socially acceptable thing to say, but I am selling a house in bad condition. There, I said it. My house was run down when I inherited it from my parents, and it’s gone downhill from that time.

Selling a House is Not Like Selling a Car

Selling a House is Not Like Selling a Car
It’s important to know that selling a house is not like selling a car, truck or motorcycle. Vehicles can be bought and sold with a simple title transfer between individuals.

It's a New Year for Selling My Home

It's a New Year for Selling My Home
I spent a lot of time thinking about selling my home last year. But thinking did not get it sold. Now is the time for me to get into motion because it’s a new year and a new decade for selling my home and moving on with my life.

Selling A House That Great Grandma Owned

Selling A House That Great Grandma Owned
When you inherit or buy a house that Great Grandma owned you may find it is more trouble than it’s worth.

Three Reasons to Sell Your House

Three Reasons to Sell Your House
Selling a house can be a nightmare especially if you are a first-time home seller. Despite the guaranteed headache due to staging etc. many homeowners still opt for a DIY solution.

Selling a House With Negative Equity

Selling a House With Negative Equity
Nobody likes to owe more on an asset than it’s worth. Selling a house with negative equity is not fun, but it may become necessary.

Selling a House to Take a New Job

Selling a House to Take a New Job
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.

Remodeling Before Selling a House

Remodeling Before Selling a House
Unless you enjoy construction work, including demolition and haul-off, the thought of remodeling before selling a house is probably not too exciting. Even so, many people do it.

Avoiding Foreclosure by Selling a Home

Avoiding Foreclosure by Selling a Home
You still own the house until the foreclosure process is final, which means you still have the right to sell it. That is an ideal situation, but you may need to consider your alternatives.