Are you selling due to relocation?

New job? Selling due to relocation?

Totally understand.

Here are some tips!

Clean & Fix Important Stuff FIRST — Most sellers have plenty of time to make renovations, updates, clean, and fix items. But if you’re in a bind, then you need to prioritize your time to fix and update BIG STUFF first. Focus on functionality first (HVAC system, broken windows, plumbing, etc) and then focus on fixing or updating appliances or features (flooring, paint, counters, etc). This will ensure that you get the most important stuff done upfront.

Get Started ASAP — The sooner you start on fixing or updating your home, the better. This is not the time to procrastinate. So start packing, cleaning, and fixing right away. This will make your move smoother and less stressful.

Offer an Enticing Price — It’s no secret that buyers love a good deal. And the better the deal, the faster you’re going to sell your house on the MLS. The biggest downside to going this route is that you’ll get less than you want for your house AND you might not sell quickly (it’s always a bit of a gamble).

Work With a Professional Home-Buyer — But what if you don’t have time to make repairs to your house? What if you don’t even have time to clean it? What if you have to sell within just a couple of weeks before relocating for work? Well, our company specializes in buying properties from sellers like yourself, paying cash, and closing in as little as 2 weeks. Give us a call if you want to get a fair cash offer on your home! (210) 361-0245

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