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I don’t really want anyone to know it, and that is why selling my home is a secret. I realize this idea is backwards and maybe a bit crazy. Traditionally, selling a house requires advertising and networking with as many people as possible.
When I’m selling my home, can I afford all the costs associated with the sale? When we bought our house there was a closing statement with many closing costs listed for both the buyer and the seller. I am thinking ahead to closing a sale now that it’s time for us to sell. Selling House Cash Offer
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.
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.
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…
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.
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.
I don’t look forward to the mess and the expense of remodeling before selling my house. The truth is, I just don’t want to do it. Over and over I’ve heard people tell me I’ll get more money for my house if I remodel it first.
Even though I had my house listed with a real estate agent for three months, it seems like nobody knows I’m selling my home. I cancelled my listing agreement because nothing was happening, meaning the agent did not arrange any showings.
I’m thinking about selling my home to my neighbor. Since the day we moved into our present house, the next-door neighbors told us they might want to buy it someday.
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.
Now that there are so many options available in the business of home sales, a person can easily become overwhelmed with all the alternatives.
I’m interested in selling my home quietly, with no signs in the yard or ads in the newspaper or online. I don’t want anyone to know my house is for sale until the transaction is completed. This may not seem like the best plan for everyone, but it’s what I need to do now.
After I originally bought my home and invited family members to a potluck supper one night, my cousin asked me to let her know when I wanted to sell it someday in the future. That day has finally come. I have taken a job in another state, so I need to sell my home and move away. But, selling my home to family might turn out to be a bit complicated.
I’m in a frustrating situation right now, waiting for a settlement to come through. Any day now I will be receiving a lot of cash. But that doesn’t help me today. Each day I check my bank deposits and my mailbox, waiting to see the settlement funds. At this point, I need some quick cash.
The front yard is the first thing homebuyers see when they drive by or when they see photos online. If they don’t get a good first impression of the house and yard, they may lose interest in it. That’s why I’m thinking about landscaping before selling my home. It is one way I might attract a buyer.
It’s frustrating and embarrassing, but I’m in a bad financial situation after losing my job. So, I’m trying to avoid selling my home to cut monthly and yearly expenses. My property taxes have doubled since buying the house, and homeowners insurance goes up every year, so it's time to consider options.
Snow looks beautiful when it’s falling through the trees with fall leaves clinging to the branches, but it eventually piles up on streets, sidewalks, driveways and parking lots. Snow removal is a problem for homeowners and businesses, and an even bigger problem for cities to maintain their streets.
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.
Even if you’re thinking, “selling my home is hard,” you know it is necessary now, and you need to get moving in the direction of finding a buyer.