The Secrets of Selling a House That Needs Work

Selling A House That Needs Repairs Have you ever seen the program Grand Designs? The concept is quite simple. The cameras follow someone has they embark on a project either to completely renovate a property and sell it on or to live there themselves. Rarely do the projects ever go to plan, budget or time … Continued

How to Sell a House As Is When It Needs Major Repairs

Selling An Old House Do you own a house that’s been loved a little too much and now needs big-time repairs? Whether you’re in a hurry to move on, need to sell your house now, or you simply can’t afford the upkeep, you have options. All options lead to selling your home. Depending on the … Continued

I’m About to Sell My House: How Do I Find My Property Lines?

In 2018, 5.34 million existing homes were sold in the U.S. according to the National Association of Realtors. That means more than 5 million people felt the relief of seeing a sold sign in their front yard. If you’ve never sold a house before, the process is more complicated than you might think. You’ll need … Continued

What Buyers and Sellers Need to Know About Selling A House As Is

Each year, about 1.2 million homes become available for sale in America. In some cases, these properties get listed for sale “as is.” This type of real estate transaction is common in all market types. Yet, there are quite a few differences that occur during the listing and selling process. Read on so you can know … Continued

8 Inexpensive Ways to Prepare for Selling Your Home Fast

Are you getting ready to sell your house? Before you put it on the market, you may want to make some inexpensive improvements that can lead you to selling your home fast! It’s pretty surprising how much you can fix up your home with a modest budget. Some improvements may even be free. What can you … Continued

Should You Have a Pre Sale Inspection Before Selling Your Home?

We want to think that we’re good people – right? And the people we’re buying from (eventually) are good too. Which means they’d find out every potential issue about the house before they put it on the market. But is that realistic? Yes and no – it depends on the case. For example, if you … Continued

Top 3 Options of What to Do with an Inherited House

You never talked a lot to your Great Aunt Mary, so you’re surprised when you get the call that she passed away and you’re the recipient of the inherited house. She lives outside of town and kept to herself, but she also kept the property in immaculate condition with no pets and apparently few visitors. … Continued