Take for instance, you have listed your home to sell on market price. You got a cash offer less than quoted price. Your house has only been on the market for six days, has had a handful of viewings already, and you have four appointments for viewings just today. You’re inclined to counter higher or reject and hold out for something higher, but you also need to unload the house quickly as you are in the process of buying, too. … Continue reading “Should I Prefer Cash for Home in Phoenix?”
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Many times homeowners realize the home they are living in need a change for many reasons: Some have growing families, others need a home office and lots of having problem with home’s plumbing and electrical work. Almost of them are debating within their own heads or even aloud with other family members: should we move or remodeling to the current home ? We have created an homeowners infographic to help you make this financial decision wisely.
Everyone once in a while must have had this urge to sell or can just say must take an experience at selling. Well it all seems so interesting but one must keep in mind that there is no excuse to planning and the required homework that goes into a successful sale deal. There is one very tempting aspect about selling your home on your own and that is saving the money which you pay to your agent as commission. However, … Continue reading “Pros and Cons of Hiring an Agent or Selling the House on your Own”
Home is where the heart is. You leave no stone unturned in keeping it in the most perfect manner so that it gives you the best of comfort every time. But as life moves many times we have to actually let go of our property. Well reasons could be many. One might be planning for a bigger home or another could be relocating to a new city or simply, one could be going through a financial crunch and could be … Continue reading “How to Sell Your Home Without a Realtor”
When you sell your home the traditional way, with a real estate agent, there are a lot of costs and headaches involved. First, you have months of stress involved while you attempt to sell the home. Even worse, there are a lot of fees involved. Here are the typical fees associated with the sale of a $100,000 home: $6,000 salesperson commission $2,500 in repairs $2,400 for 3 months of mortgage payments $3,500 closing costs These numbers reflect a home … Continue reading “What a traditional Home Sale In Phoenix or Scottsdale will cost you to sell ?”