We need to finish a couple projects around the house before we put it on the market. I haven't talked to a realtor yet who hasn't heard this line. Do you ever hear from that person again? Me either!
A little paint and new carpet can be enough to get a home sold. That's at least the idea if you watch the shows were they buy houses for cheap, and sell them for a lot more money. But that's not always the case. There are times when there's more intensive work that you need to do. What then?
If your in the position where you have to sell your parents house - this is for you! We go over some things everyone in this position should consider, and some clear steps to make the process as painless as possible.
If you want to sell your home in Atlanta, GA, then you’re probably asking yourself questions like, “how is the market in Atlanta?” and “is it a good time to sell my home?” Selling a home is difficult at the best of times, but today, with house prices all over the place, what's the answer?
If you’re thinking about selling your Atlanta home, there are many things that you have to consider if you want to get a quick sale. In fact, there are a multitude of things that you can do wrong when it comes to selling your home in Atlanta, and these are issues that you may not have even thought about.
It can be frustrating to watch your home sit idle on the market for months, especially if you live in an area that’s considered a seller’s market. Other properties around you are being snatched up fast, and for high prices, too. Yet, you’re lucky to have a few buyer previews - and a purchase offer seems to be nowhere in sight.
Staging a bathroom can pose some unique challenges when you're selling a home. Bathrooms are as important as any other rooms in a house, and any prospective buyer knows they're going to be spending plenty of time in them and will want them to be aesthetically pleasing, functional, and up to date, but crowding into the bathroom to point out all the upgraded features and details isn't quite as easy as showing off a remodeled kitchen.
Selling your parents’ home is never easy. Usually a sad situation requires you to sell the home. For example, your parents may have passed away, or your mom is getting frail and needs the support she’ll get in a nursing home.
If you’re selling a house during a divorce, you and your real estate agent can work together to ensure that the sale doesn’t reduce the profits you’d realize in a typical sale.
The first thing a homeowner and real estate agent do before listing a home is to ensure that basic things have been maintained – things like making sure all major appliances are in good working order and repainting with neutral colors.
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