With respect to the question which is best for you, the answer is different depending upon whether or not your primary purpose is for maximum resale value or ease of maintenance, low cost, and durability.
Essentially for the purposes of maximizing resale value, it is almost impossible to beat solid hardwood, whether it is Oak, Maple Cherry, Mahogany Black Walnut or any other hardwood or combinations of hardwoods.
The engineered woods and laminates are often very durable, easier to maintain and often less expensive, but they generally have less market appeal on resale and contribute less to the market value of the house for the purposes of resale.
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You are complicating this unnecessarily:
Whether two properties are next door or down the block makes no diff.
You should enlist that help of a local Realtor, trust them, and let them do the work for you.
The answer to this will require more information than is provided in this forum. You have options and each have their draw backs. If you have an agent you trust and they are familiar the selling aspect you may want to contact them directly. If not, meet with an experienced broker who will go over all your options in person so that you can make an informed decision for you and your family.
This is too big a decision to decide on the internet.
This depends on the buyer's needs. In our location we have a lot of international buyers that because of their situation prefer property that is furnished. In this scenario, at a later date they can update furnisings as they go without being inconvenienced initially.
The fact of the matter is that most buyers owning their own furniture prefer buying a property that is empty and waiting for them to just move their things into.
Don't be fooled by "estimates" offered by any company ....even though they can be fairly accurate...on the other hand they can be very far off the mark. Your best approach is to seek and wouk via a licensed real estate professional that can guide you through the process and look out for your personal interests.
The easiest way is sell your current mobil home and buy another one in Morgan Hill. If your credit is good and you are able to get a loan, maybe you can get a townhouse or small single family home in Morgan Hill. Home price now is pretty low in Morgan Hill. But sell your current home first. If you need help in selling it, please let me know. How much is your space rent? Where is your mobile home located? How long have you lived in this mobile home?
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Wood or Bamboo are good choices and do add to a quicker resale. Laminate is less popular. Tile is very taste specific. If it is in the bathroom,laundry and kitchen and tasteful in color and size then it can add to resale. But in the other living areas not desired.
Yes, there is a chance to sell your property by yourself.But question is how much? National association of realtor's survey shows agent's selling price is 12% to 18% higher than owner 's selling price.So you may higher a broker to get the best price.Good luck.... more
The best person to answer this type of question for you is your tax/financial advisor a CPA or some other tax professional. Real estate agents are not qualified to give tax advice. You might also want to search the Internal Revenue Service website at http://www.irs.gov... more