When you’re ready to move, is it better to sell your current home or to rent it out? Here are the basics to consider.
There are a few things that will put your home’s sale in danger. In some cases, home defects can even stop a sale entirely. Wise potential sellers should know about these issues before even listing their homes.
Market trends in your area can cause the appraisal on a home you’re selling to come in lower than expected. Here’s what to do if that happens.
You might think your design eye is good enough, but a top-notch professional stager can help your home sell fast and for a better price.
Though the market slows the winter, that doesn’t mean that you can’t or won’t sell your home. There actually may be some advantages to home selling in the chilly fall and winter months.
Looking to increase the value of your home? Find out what is really considered when appraising a home to decide what your next home improvement project will be.
Selling and buying simultaneously isn’t necessarily a difficult task, and this step-by-step how-to guide will help guide you through the process.
It’s a question with opinions as divided as crunchy or creamy peanut butter: should you list your home fully furnished or completely bare? Just like every other either-or debate, the answer lies somewhere in between. But which is right for you?
You’re selling your home, and sadly no one wants it. Chances are if you have any of these 5 things in your house, your potential buyers are probably thinking more about killing it with fire than actually purchasing it.
Donna Batdorff’s eBook 50 Things to Know About Selling Your Home addresses the major concerns first time sellers have about the overall process of putting their home on the market, as well as detailing potential benefits and pitfalls that could help or hinder the sale. Here are the first 10 from her full list of 50.