Sell your house quickly at the best price in any market!
National median home prices dropped 7.9% between 2005 and 2008, and the downward trend shows no signs of slowing. So what do you do if you want to sell your home now, when getting a good price for your investment seems nearly impossible? If you want to maximize your return and close the deal quickly, Selling Your House in a Tough Market provides the practical and legal steps you'll need to take to reach your goal.
Written with the current market and national economy in mind, this book goes over the specifics that homeowners need to know to make the sale. Whether you're selling your property because of a job change, growing family, or financial troubles, you'll get the information and guidance you need, including:
Knowing your local market
Picking the right price
Hiring the best professionals
Marketing and setting your house apart from the pack
How and when to consider options other than a sale, such as renting
Negotiating the sale
Selling Your House in a Tough Market is the only book available that gives you proven strategies to maximize the return on your investment in your home, no matter what the state of your local housing market.
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Tips and Details for Today's Buyer and Seller
This is a go-to title for anyone considering a home purchase or sale. Bray and Schroeder organize their approach. They address every aspect of todays troubled market, the mortgage slide, the short sale, foreclosure details . .chapter by chapter.
10 great ideas to attract a quick sale. The detailed information that the authors give will be more than overwhelming. Keep a pen and tablet handy. Each chapter offers necessary legal situations that everyone must act on before settling a final real estate deal.
This was a how-to book.Therefore, we were missing main characters. However, the reader, Wayne Shepherd, was excellent. He has a wonderful voice.
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