When a property is available for sale, the world should get to know about that fact. Sometimes, the people in the know of your requisition might tell their relatives to consider purchasing the property. The more people that know, the lower the turnaround time of a property getting sold. The installation and usage of LED lights and smart meters in your property will increase its green quotient. A sustainable home on offer will certainly induce the buyer’s interest. You may think that home repairs are out of your league, but trust us, you can easily handle many of these activities. Not only does it help you save money in the process, but also makes your home ready for new owners. Getting them fixed as soon as possible would give your property an edge.
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Answered a year ago
Before I can give you a true answer to this question, there are some important factors that need to be brought up.
First and foremost, where is the location of the property? The location in my opinion is most important. This is beyond the city and state, but also specifically the neighborhood. Real Estate can and often does work differently across neighborhoods.
Another question is, how much of the house is done? What is left? And how much is it likely going to cost to get this all completed, if not by you, by the new owner?
These are important factors to deciding if you should sell the house, given that you have the option to not to.
I recommend that you look online for realtors in your area with good reviews and give them a call. Tell them your situation and your concerns, make sure that you find an honest realtor that will be able to analyze your house and give you recommendations on where they believe the housing market is going in your area.
If you would like to speak about this more in detail, let's set up a call and I can give you more detailed steps per your situation.
Answered a year ago