How to Sell Unwanted Real Estate in Roanoke, Va

In Blog by Alexis Assemat

\ There are a number of ways to sell your unwanted real estate in Roanoke including the traditional (but expensive) method of partnering with a real estate agent or selling your unwanted real estate yourself. The latter of which can cause some serious headaches. Cash options are another option that are becoming increasingly popular for getting rid of unwanted real …

How to Sell Unwanted Real Estate in Charlotte, NC

In Blog by Alexis Assemat

If you have unwanted real estate in Charlotte that you’re looking to get rid of quickly, there are several ways you can go about selling it. You can partner with a real estate agent. This is traditional but expensive when you factor in staging, showing, and your agent’s commission at sale. You can sell it yourself but be prepared for …

How to Sell Your Vacant House in Charlotte

In Blog by Alex Capozzolo

Selling your home may seem like such a daunting task, but luckily it doesn’t have to be that way. There are three ways to sell your house in this day and age. The most common way is to hire a real estate agent. They handle all the negotiating and paperwork. The sale by the owner is similar to a real …

Top Strategies Used When Selling a Duplex in Charlotte NC

In seller resources by Alex Capozzolo

A duplex is a living unit with two living spaces attached. They are relatively affordable when compared to other single-family homes. Duplexes have more real estate value than a house and are considered the best on the market, whether selling, leasing, or renting. However, duplexes are more challenging to sell than houses because they are generally in limited locations, disturbance, …

How to Find Potential Buyers for Your House

In seller resources by Alex Capozzolo

A house is one of the assets that holds a lot of memories among many people and families. However, for different reasons, people get to the point of selling the house. Whether you need to relocate, avoid foreclosure, or not meet the mortgage costs, deciding to sell the house is usually a big decision. Some people also choose to sell …

Selling a house in Charlotte to a Friend

In seller resources by Alex Capozzolo

When you are next door neighbors or workmates, it’s only natural that your friends may want to buy your house. After all, they may have visited it many times, and realize how comfortable it is. So while it’s a tempting option, even if your friend doesn’t expect too big a discount, proceed with caution. Where money comes in, friendships are …

7 Pool Features That Make a Home More Marketable

In real estate by Alex Capozzolo

Pools have been the talk of the town since the Covid-19 pandemic sent everyone home, making at-home relaxation a hot commodity. In the past, pools have not necessarily been a selling feature across the board — some homeowners might see a pool as a hindrance given the upkeep required that could cost between $3,000 to $5,000 a year. But that …

How to Sell Your House in Roanoke VA with Fire Damages

In seller resources by Alex Capozzolo

The emotional trauma of undergoing a fire can be long-lasting. The emotional upheaval and heartache may make you want to sell your home in Roanoke as fast as you can. But who is going to want to buy a home that has fire damage? For obvious reasons, your options are much narrower when selling This type of home, but it’s …

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Selling a House to a Neighbor in Charlotte

In seller resources by Alex Capozzolo

Selling a House to a Neighbor in Charlotte You have decided you want to sell your home. What comes next? You must find a home buyer that will purchase your property. The buyer turns out to be your neighbor. You know this person and they are interested in your home. They do not have to move far which is a …

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How to Navigate the Process of Selling Rental Property

In Blog, seller resources by faircashnow

If you’ve ever done it, you know that selling a piece of real estate is a big undertaking. However, the process of having to sell a rental property is on a whole new level. Taxes are (more) confusing, the timing can be difficult, and figuring out what to do with the current tenants can be frustrating. Knowing what to expect …