When you sell a home in California, you are involved in a transaction that exchanges hundreds of thousands of dollars (sometimes millions). It is understandable, then, that a lot of paperwork is involved in this transaction. And, of course, taxes.
While most properties you’ll come across will be listed with realtors, homes that are for sale by owner (known as FSBO) are still fairly common. It used to be that you would come across these homes in the newspaper or when you drove by the property and noticed a sign.
The number of homes on the market today is quite surprising. If you are thinking of putting your home up for sale, now is a great time! But keep in mind, there will be a lot of competition out there.
Are you thinking of buying your first foreclosure? If so, you are not alone. Each year in California, thousands of homes go up for foreclosure. Buying a foreclosed home is a great way to save money and make a good investment at the same time.
When Selling a Home in California, there are a number of important things to consider. Here are a few tips and hints regarding what absolutely MUST be disclosed in the state of California.
The Chris Eckert Real Estate Team keeps you up to date with monthly market reports. Find out more about the San Mateo County real estate market in this report.