Remember, if the home is in disrepair, it may not qualify for FHA loan funding.
if the condition is too bad, you will need a CASH buyer.
Best of luck to you!
Kawain Payne, Realtor
Seal Beach Ca
You may also want to consider doing an auction on your property. It can be sold as is, where is. You bring all interested parties to the location at the same time, creating competition. This is particularly effective with properties that are in need of repair.
My husband and I are a team and he happens to be a license agent as well as a licensed Texas Auctioneer.
If you would like more information, please feel free to contact me anytime.
The Hope Team
Logos Real Estate and Investment
I'd be happy to send you a market update for your neighborhood if you're interested, just email me at email@example.com.
Best of Luck in Home Sale!
For more information on how I can help you price your home correctly, call me today.
RE/MAX Real Estate Associates
I would be happy to assist you with the marketing of your house. You can contact me at:
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Have three Realtors visit your property with their Re modeler to get better numbers on Value of the home with or without the repairs and the costs of the repairs.
Should the issues be cosmetic, you might want to invest a little time and effort ... it could well be worth your while.
I'd like to know a little more about the property, as I have several investors who are ready and financially able to move forward quickly. My contact information is below.
Trend Setter Realty
Depending on the price range, some of the repairs might be required if the loan is FHA or VA and the homes condition does not meet their requirements.
You might want to visit with a Realtor like me that work with many sellers and buyers and can discuss your options, discuss closing cost and what your bottom line would be depending on which direction you want to go. If you do make repairs, you will have time before the busy season starts in mid-February. Let us know if you would like to meet.
Bernstein Realty, Inc.
G. Tyrone Johnson
Johnson Realty & Inspection
Lic. # 8494
The setting of a price to sell your home is one of the critical components to the sale, but it isn't everything. You must also consider the exposure that will be brought by your Realtor. It is important to not overprice a home because the most exposure that you will receive is the first month after listing the house. If it is overpriced, other agents will use it to justify the value in lesser priced but comparable home in your market. Underpricing a home is giving away money, but may be necessary if timing is more important that receiving fair value. In today's market, there is a shortage of home inventory and homes that are priced correctly, are selling. I would be happy to sit down with you and do a Comparative Market Analysis on your home so that the right price can be established and you don't have to sell it on the cheap just to sell quickly.
With best regards,
RE/MAX Realty Center
The Pye Team
Total Real Estate Services