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What Makes a Home a Distressed Home?

When most people think of a distressed home, they tend to think of a run-down home with a poorly kept lawn and broken windows. In reality, there are several additional

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How to Sell a Distressed Home Fast

Renovating a distressed property can be intimidating, especially when you need to sell it fast. There are two main ways that are the most likely to give you the best

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3 Things to Know Before Selling a Distressed Home

Selling a distressed property comes with several unique challenges that traditional home sales don’t typically face. Major repairs, code violations, missed mortgage payments, and more put homeowners at risk of

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Pros and Cons of Selling Your Home Yourself

You may want to make more money by selling your property yourself. For this reason, you might want to avoid paying realtor fees and decide to sell your home yourself.

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3 Strategies to Sell Your Home Fast When Facing Foreclosure

Selling a distressed property can be intimidating; you want to sell your home fast to avoid a foreclosure. This is especially true when you want to avoid hiring a professional

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4 Ways to Help Buyers Find Your Distressed Property

Selling distressed is different than selling through traditional realty channels. Distressed properties often have a few telltale signs. These can help potential homebuyers identify whether a property is distressed or

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Is it Better to Sell a House As-Is or Fix it Up and Then Sell It?

The process of selling a house as-is can be pretty simple. There are various options for your property depending on its current condition. You can list it with a realtor,

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It’s Okay to Compromise on Your Pricing Strategy

If you priced your distressed home above market value, you’re unlikely to have many showings. Homebuyers today are usually much more aware of market conditions, especially in the distressed housing

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What Does a Contract on Your Home Look Like?

Part of the process of selling your home is getting it under contract. Being another part in the legal process, signing a contract can be intimidating to the average homeowner.

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