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Monday, April 13th, 2015 at 1:35pm. 3312 Views, 2 Comments.
In the current housing market, some people find it difficult to sell their homes. Downsizing to a house payment that is less than the amount that they are currently paying can be the only option for a homeowner whose home simply isn't selling. Rather than taking a significant loss on the value of their home, many sellers opt to rent out their home rather than sell it at a reduced price to buy themselves some time. This scenario isn't all that uncommon across the country. Many homeowners have become unwitting landlords, even if it's only until they can sell their home in a more favorable market.
Know the Local Rental Laws
Most homeowners would rather not become landlords, but if it's the only viable way to avoid taking a huge hit when they sell their…
Friday, August 3rd, 2012 at 1:32pm. 4017 Views, 0 Comments.
No home owner wants to hear that their home is considered a hard-to-sell home; fewer still, will be be the first to admit that their home might fall into this category. The good news is that no home is really "unsalable" - it is just a matter of presenting the right offer at the right asking price.
What Is a Hard-to-Sell Home?
Hard-to-sell homes are generally homes with a feature, or combination of features, that most people find disagreeable. Usually these features that are unlikeable would cost a great deal to fix, require a lot of work, or are unfixable. Sometimes it is not a matter of what your home has, but rather what your home lacks.
Homes that are difficult to sell, may have old kitchens with out-of-date plumbing, fixtures, and…