With home prices up 7 percent nationally over the past year, you may be wondering why you’re having a difficult time selling your home or not getting the offers you expected.
Whether you’ve experienced a job change, a life change, or you’ve found the costs of home ownership too difficult to manage, leaving your home unoccupied may sometimes seem unavoidable.
In many places across the United States, homeowners are selling into the best market in years – and getting great sale prices as a result. But if your home isn’t moving, watching the market heat up can make you feel left behind.
Owning and living in your dream home can be a…well…dream! On the flip side, a property that is causing you a lot of worries can be a nightmare. See the top 3 reasons that homeowners are selling their houses in 2017.
Everything has its season. That includes selling a house. There’s a reason that realtors have spring open houses and their “Parade of Homes” when the flowers are starting to bloom. Research has shown that homes listed during ...
Waiting out the real estate market can seem like a frustrating obstacle. Before you list your house with a local realtor, look at some of the secrets of the trade that agents don’t want you to know.
In the real estate industry, you're either in a buyers market or a sellers market, and depending on your goals, the existing market conditions could be a huge plus or a huge hurdle.
How do you sell your house without a real estate agent? And, more importantly, is it right for you? Is it worth the time and energy to roll the dice and go it alone?
From the moment you decide to list your property, you’ll have a lot of people sizing up your home and making note of everything that's not up to par. So how much work must you do?
If your house stands out in your neighborhood for all the wrong reasons, you may think it could be impossible to sell. The fact is that you can make improvements that will make any house market-ready.
Selling any home can be challenging, much less one that isn’t ready to be lived in. It isn’t unusual to see listings for fixer-uppers, but they usually stay listed for a long time.
If your house has been on the market for weeks and you haven’t gotten a bite, you may have to invest a lot more time and money into it to improve your chances.
When it is time to sell your house, contacting a realtor may seem like the logical first step, but there are a number of costs associated with selling a house, several of which you may not be expecting.
Often, listing with an agent it ends up costing more and producing less of a profit than expected. Included are some of the things home sellers often wish they knew before they sold their house.
From Texas to Utah, the US is full of cities that are perfect for starting afresh. We picked our 5 favorites from across the country.
Trying to sell a home in a bad neighborhood? Use these tips to make your home more appealing to buyers so it will sell more quickly.
If you’re struggling to make your monthly payments, you should know your options. We break down what foreclosures and short sales mean for homeowners.
Going through foreclosure can be a stressful experience. Here’s how to spot the foreclosure recovery scams that will take your money – and possibly your home.