3 Updates That May Help You Sell Your House Faster And For A Higher Price

Posted on: 20 September 2016

If you own an older home and would like to build a brand-new house to move into, you will probably need to sell your current home first. If this home is outdated, you may need to sell it for a price that is lower than what you hoped for, or you may want to invest in some upgrades for the home. Here are three important things people will be looking for when shopping for a home, and these are three areas you may want to focus on improving.
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Wrecked, Condemned And Falling Down: Why Your House Is Still Sell-Able And/Or Valuable

Posted on: 16 September 2016

If you have a home that has a lot of water damage, hail damage, wind damage or fire damage, or it looks like it might fall over at any time, you may be wondering if it is even possible to sell it. Actually, it is. Many homes in terrible condition, perhaps even worse than yours, are sold every day. You may not have been able to imagine your house sold, since it certainly would never grace the covers of Good Housekeeping magazine, but it is definitely sell-able, and here is why.
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Understanding The Factors Affecting Your Home's Listing Price

Posted on: 18 July 2016

One of the most important components of listing your house for sale is the asking price. If you price the house over or under the current market rate, you're likely to price it completely out of buyer interest. That's one of the reasons why it's so important to work with an experienced  real estate agent to list your house. He or she will do a thorough market assessment on the house and give you a recommendation of the starting price that you should ask for.
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Moving Overseas? 3 Ways To Ease Culture Shock

Posted on: 15 June 2016

Moving overseas is exciting, but it also comes with its drawbacks. When you make an international move, you're not just leaving your house or your neighborhood, you're leaving most of what's familiar to you. It can be hard to adjust to your new surroundings, and this difficulty can come as a surprise if you were excited to make the move in the first place. That makes it even more difficult to handle.
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