Certain owners choose to sell their house within a few weeks or months after the initial sale transaction was completed. There are many reasons why this happens. Some may need to move due to a change of employment or to live closer to relatives.
What you don't know can cost you time and money when it comes to selling your house. The best source of information is your real estate agent, and we've put together a growing list of helpful resources about the home selling process. When you're ready, give The Chris Eckert Real Estate Team a call at 650-627-3799 to discuss how we can help sell your house.
Some homes are sold after a person has passed away. Probate is often necessary before these homes can be sold. It can add more time but doesn’t really prevent the house from being placed on the market and sold at a fair price.Here are a few things to know if you’re thinking about selling a house before probate has finished.
Some homes that are put up for sale have been placed in an irrevocable trust. This type of trust can’t be changed in any way by the person who created it. Irrevocable trusts take homes and other tangible assets out of a specific person’s name so that their personal net worth can’t be altered and to protect against possible claims made by creditors. They can be sold, but these transactions are typically more complicated than traditional home sales.
It was a cold and dreary Friday afternoon in December. All the work to make the house look just perfect was done. The only thing left was to have the house inspected. That seemed like a non-issue since the seller had never had any significant problems with it. The home inspector had gone all through […]
There’s a fair amount of paperwork involved in most home sales. Some homeowners may be wondering where they put their documents or which ones are required. For instance, some sellers may ask if their house can be sold without the original deed. Here are a few of the common items that are required for selling your home.
Sellers may be thinking about whether it’s better to show their homes before or after they’ve moved all of their furniture, electronics and personal items out of the residence. There are pros and cons to each situation. There is often a fair amount of effort and time spent on each approach, regardless of which one is chosen. . Here are a few advantages and disadvantages of showing your home empty or showing your home staged as it’s currently situated.