When you're selling your home, having the right real estate agent can take a lot of the legwork out of the process. Here are some qualities that your real estate agent must have to be successful.
They Give a Reasonable Value Estimate
A great real estate agent knows how to price homes. This eliminates the frustration of not being able to sell your property, and it also keeps you from selling your home too low.
Are you a homeowner who wants to move to another city or state? Are minor home issues resulting in you having a hard time finding a buyer for your house? Selling your home through a real estate agent isn't your only option. There are people who are willing to pay cash for houses, no matter what the condition. Here are some reasons why this might be a good option for you:
When you're looking for your first home, many buyers love the vintage charm of older houses that just doesn't come with newer-construction homes. If your realtor is showing you some homes that are several decades (or even a century) old, here are some things to look for before you make an offer.
1. Wall Quality
Many old houses had walls that were made from plaster. Over time, the plaster in the walls can begin to crumble.
Do you have a baby? If so, you likely have many moments of joy, and your baby likely blows the most beautiful spit bubbles, but your child might also vomit regularly. This can happen due to milk intolerance, acid reflux, or a viral or bacterial illness. Perhaps your child has vomited on your couch or other furniture. This may leave lingering smells of sour milk in the air in your home, and it might also cause unsanitary conditions if the remnants of the vomit are allowed to sit on furniture or get between crevices.
Going through the preparation work to sell your home can quickly become overwhelming. One way to ensure that your home is truly ready for the market is to have a full home inspection completed. This is the same inspection that potential buyers will have completed to meet the needs of mortgage lenders and give themselves peace of mind in knowing that every element of the house is in good condition. Below, you will find a few tips that can help you get your home prepared for a pre-sale inspection.