Code violations typically occur when a property is neglected or suffers damage.
If you receive a code violation on your property and don’t have the resources to take care of it, you may want to sell quickly. However, most buyers won’t consider a property that doesn’t comply with local codes — even if they do, they’ll try to drive the price down.Read More
From tile designs to paint colors, renovating your home forces you to look at the small details. But did you remember to get a permit for the work? If you’re selling a house with unpermitted work, it can make the process more complicated. It might even force you to lower your asking price.Read More
From sloped floors to water in the basement or crawl spaces, foundation issues can cost you upwards of thousands of dollars in repairs.
Fortunately, if you’re planning on selling a house with foundation issues, you have options: make repairs and list, list your home as-is, or sell to a professional homebuyer.Read More
If your house has a lien, it doesn’t mean you can’t sell your house. But you will need to address the lien(s) before doing so. When selling a house with a lien, there are typically a few options: you can pay back what you owe out of pocket, negotiate with the lienholder to pay off the lien at a discount, wait for the lien to expire, or sell your home as-is with a home buyer and address the lien(s) at closing.Read More
From burst pipes to floodwaters, water damage can be hard to find. The signs may not be apparent right away – which can lead to thousands of dollars in repairs! If you’re planning on selling a house with water damage, you have three options: see if your insurance will cover it, make necessary repairs and list, or sell your home as-is with a professional home buyer.Read More
Selling a house is a stressful process. Add on the pressure of a recently deceased family member and inherited property and the situation gets even more complicated. Selling a house in probate isn’t easy, but we want to help make the process a bit easier to understand.Read More
We’ve all been there — you want to sell your house fast, but you don’t know where to start. With so many selling options, it can be hard to estimate the value of your property — or what repairs need to be made. When it comes down to it, you generally have four options: for sale by owner, list with a realtor, sell your house at auction, or work with a homebuyer.Read More