This section gives you some insights into the many factors that affect a selling decision, including economics, interest rates and supply and demand. You will also find information on determining the best price, selling a home yourself and avoiding common seller errors.
Many items like economics, market conditions, interest rates and your financial situation influence the sale of a home.
Your home is not yours until financial obligations such as disbursements, fees, legal costs and commissions are paid.
Selling your home affects your financial future. This report provides valuable information that can help you efficiently sell your home and maximize your investment.
While it looks easy, selling a home is a complicated and time-consuming process. The truth is – when you partner with our team of Real Estate Professionals – your home will be priced appropriately and placed before the most buyers so your home sells fast and for top dollar!
The Internet has changed most everything – including real estate. But it is not always for the better. You could lose money trying to sell your home yourself on the Internet.
Your home could be priced too low or too high. Either way, you lose. Here are some suggestions on setting the right price taking into careful considering the local activity and market trends, the condition of your home and time on the market.
In real estate, market value is defined as "the price at which a particular house, in its current condition, will sell within 30 to 90 days." This report explains how Real Estate Professionals consider these three items when marketing a home.
Financing, coordinating closings and shopping for a new home are just some of the considerations when you are moving up to another home. Here are some tips to make your move as hassle-free as possible.
This report explains the financial, emotional and legal aspects of your four options concerning "the house".
Insufficient information, closings that do not coordinate and inadequate preparation are some of the common mistakes that people make when relocating. Here are some suggestions on how to avoid them.