All the tools you need to sell your home yourself or working with an agent. You have a big job ahead of you if you’re considering selling your home on your own. You have 3 options to choose from; sell it yourself, work with a discount broker and do some of the legwork yourself or go with a full-service real estate agent. Whatever home selling method you choose, you need to know the ins-and-outs of what is involved in this complicated procedure.
This is a short entry regarding the European Sink Atlanta sign that is humorous and possibly disturbing, depending on your point of view and mood. Please enter with caution!
If you want to live comfortably in your own home as you near a traditional retirement age, you might want to remodel your own home to better suit your needs for the coming years. It is advantageous to consider hiring a Certified Aging-In-Place Specialist (CAPS). The CAPS is specially trained to build to suit seniors needs more appropriately than your average remodeler. I’ve got a few great links to point you in the right direction.
This post covers a recently renovated 3 BR/1 BA brick ranch style home, circa 1966, in Aiken, SC. My parents have owned it as a rental property and have decided to put it up for sale after a lengthy list of renovation upgrades were completed. They spent about a year (here and there) renovating the home to maximize their appraisal value. It seems to have worked! Check it out!
The components and systems in your home have a definitive life expectancy. As you may have thought, sooner or later you will need to replace minor/major components and systems as the years go by. Noone ever said owning a home was inexpensive. Noone that had any intention of keeping his/her home in good running order anyway. I’ve selected quite a few great links to help you make wise decisions when the time comes to sink some cash into your personal fortress.