Putting your house on the market — and actually selling it — can be a daunting task. Fortunately, we’ve spoken with local realtors and experts throughout the years to find out what you need to know to make the process easier.
According to a 2015 survey by the National Association of Realtors, nearly a third of all closings are delayed — and in 6 percent of those deals, the problem is so significant that it causes the sale to fall through completely. So how do you avoid an issue which, at best, can postpone your closing or, at worst, lose you your dream home (or dream buyer)? Here’s what to watch out for.
Making sure your house is in prime selling condition on the front end can get you an offer much more quickly and save you major headaches come closing time. Heed the advice of our experts and follow these top staging tips to ensure your listing rises to the top once it’s go time.
Today’s housing market is fast-paced and competitive, but even if you find the house of your dreams, it’s best not to jump for joy quite yet. Whether you’re purchasing a new-construction home or one that was built in 1950, you still need to have an inspection to make sure everything shakes out.
Buying or selling a home is a risky proposition, compounded by the unknown. Not only are you entrusting a stranger to help you maneuver through one of the biggest financial decisions you will ever make, but you will also be working closely with that person for months, sometimes even years.
Looking to sell your home, or determining which upgrades are best for your property’s resale value? Here are five design details that could jeopardize your sale.
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