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Ultimate Buyer's Guide
Finding and actually getting the best house for your wants and needs (let alone at the best possible price!) isn’t as simple as just being in the market, finding it, putting it in a shopping cart, and heading to the checkout. There's a lot to the process. This guide gives you a no-fluff, in-between-the-lines look at things most buyers either simply ignore, or don’t realize.
Don’t worry if you’re super busy; this isn’t the real estate version of “War And Peace.” It’ll be a quick, insightful (and hopefully kind of fun) read for you!
Renting vs. Owning
While a lot of real estate agents would probably say that, hands down, BUYING makes more sense, I feel like it really depends upon the person and a lot of other factors. This booklet to help people objectively come to their own conclusion.
If you’re on the fence renting vs. buying (or know someone else who is), this one is for you.
Ultimate Seller's Guide
My guide will give you a clear picture of the whole process, and some behind-the-curtain insider insights most people never even think about, before you even put your house on the market. (It’s even helpful to people who’ve sold a house before!)
So, if you want to sell your house for the highest possible price, as quickly and easily as possible, this guide is a must read. And, I’m glad to share it with you!
Selling Your Home
Lots of homeowners just put their house on the market without preparing it properly.
It’s not my job to care about the houses I show to buyers; we can just move on to the next one. But I always want my sellers to be prepared so THEY never have buyers and agents coming through and thinking that! If you’re thinking about selling your house in the near future (or ever…), grab a copy!
Your Home Didn't Sell the First Time
The problem many homeowners (whose house has expired) run into is that most agents will push for them to relist their house immediately. This is because they’re afraid that if they don’t get you to relist right away, you may relist your house with someone else.
So just be aware that it might not only be OK to wait a while before going back on the market, it might actually make more sense. Or not. Just make sure you get an objective analysis before you decide.
Selling During Divorce
Selling a house is a stressful thing to do even when you’re not getting divorced. But when you are, it can be even more stressful.
First off, you’re not alone. While there are many reasons people sell a house, divorce is certainly a common one. And because of that, we agents see the most common issues time and time again.
This guide was written to help you understand some common issues you should expect and how to deal with them.
Facing foreclosure is such a private matter. Most people don’t want anyone to know what they’re going through. This makes an already difficult situation even more difficult.
This booklet isn’t an entire how-to on avoiding or dealing with foreclosure, but hopefully it will give you some insights into how to deal with it as best as possible with dignity, self-respect, and as much hope and help as possible (or, better yet, avoid it altogether).
Estate of Loved One
When you lose a loved one, it can be hard enough coping with your emotions. But on top of that, there ends up being quite a lot of things most people never think about having to deal with.
Decisions, and how to proceed, can be difficult when you’re deciding what to do with your own home. But when it’s a loved one’s house, it’s often even more difficult — especially if there are others involved in the process. There’s just more to do and think about than in a “normal” sale. If you’ve recently lost someone, or know someone who has, this might be helpful.