Sell to owner-occupant: If there are not major repairs needed, you could sell your home to a family. They will more than likely need a loan from the bank which will require an appraisal and such. So if too much work is needed or the bank cant justify the sales price, this family may not be able to get financing.
Now this is where you can offer RENT-TO-OWN: if a family cant get financing and really love the place you can be the bank and offer seller financing. You could negotiate terms with buyer.
Sell to an investor: if there are major repairs needed or you just dont want the hassle, you just want cash, you can sell to an investor. Im an investor and we can do cash deals, close quick at no cost to you.
Rent the property: you can simply rent out the place, but you would have to manage it from a distance or hire a property management company to do it for you. This is a great options if youre looking for monthly payments.
Take youre time and decide whats best for you. If youre interested in sell to an investor, contact me. I can go over the numbers with you and explain your options in greater details.
SunState Investments, LLC
I do make sure to save as much as possible on the renovation and do high quality work. It sounds like you have done high quality work.
I own one place in Tolleson but in a newer SD. However, an almost new 2000 sq ft house should go for at least $40/sq ft unless it's in a really bad location.
Makes for a very nice return on your investment.
You can then sell on revenues which is substantially more than residential single family.
Keller Williams Integrity First
There is always more than one way to skin a cat, so don't let
It go without a fight. We can discuss the final requirements to make rent ready, evaluate current inventory and rent point and get out on the market. Best of luck.