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Should You Sell Your House As-Is?

Owners of older houses may find that their home is more than good enough for everyday living but isn’t up to the real estate market’s demanding standards. This is especially

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5 Things to Know When Selling Your Home As-Is

If you’re in the middle of a fast move or have a home that needs substantial repair, you might not have the time or money necessary to bring it up

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What to Expect When Selling a House in Probate

With homeownership often comes the necessity of estate planning or leaving legal instructions as to what happens to the house upon its owner’s death. The house may automatically pass to

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Distressed Home Q&A March 19th, 2021
Distressed Home Q&A Recording – March 19th, 2021

For your ease, we have provided a transcript of the Distressed Home Q&A Recording. Hey, it’s Evan with Simple Sale Central Florida; we are back for our March Distressed Home

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Here’s What to Know When Selling a Distressed Property

Many of us find ourselves in a situation where we need to sell a distressed property as fast as possible, whether it’s to release some funds or take some unwanted

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There’s No Shame in Owning Distressed Property

When you hear the term “distressed property”, it might carry a negative connotation. However, there are several types of distressed properties with various factors, some invisible and some visible, that

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Distressed Home Q&A Recording – February 19th, 2021

For your ease, we have provided a transcript of the Distressed Home Q&A Recording. Hey, it’s Evan with Simple Sale Central Florida. We’re back here again for our February 2021

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Skip the Hassle and Sell Your House As-Is

You’re ready to put your house on the market. Maybe you’ve accepted a new job in another state or want to buy a bigger house or downsize now that you

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Tips for Selling a House with Code Violations

Many factors can result in a distressed property due to code violations. Whether your area had a catastrophic weather disaster, you started a home improvement project but couldn’t finish, or

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