What Are Some Reasons You Should Enter The Home Selling Process?
JOB LOSS OR RELOCATION
If you receive a job transfer, gets a new job or simply finds the daily commute unbearable, he/she will often make the decision to sell and purchase a property closer to his or her workplace.
DIVORCE OR SEPERATION
In my real estate practice, I have observed that most homeowners greatly underestimate the emotional challenges involved in the selling process. In fact, compared to buying a home, selling can be a downright emotionally draining process. For those selling out of necessity or hardship the emotional toll can be even greater.
It's a fact, during retirement you are not making as much funds. Downsizing can be your only option. Also being empty nesters your home doesn't need to be as large.
DEATH OF A LOVED ONE
Over the years I have come to realize that most folks are sane and rational. Thus, if I can provide them with the right information, they can make the right decisions for their family. Therefore, I don’t spend time trying to convince my clients to sell. Armed with the right information my clients know whether it is in their best interest to sell now, wait, or in some cases, to abandon the idea of selling completely.
Nearly 80% of bankruptcies are caused by job loss. Followed by mounting medical bills. If your older finding a job at the same rate of pay can be difficult.
DEFICIENT PROPERTY CONDITION
You can differ maintenance on a home for so long. AC, plumbing, electrical, and roof repair can be prohibitively expensive.
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