As the housing market continues to slump, it’s time to rethink the way we buy and sell our homes.
Call it a fire sale: For every four sellers, one will lower the price of their listing.
Many homeowners plan to sell the big house after the kids are gone and live on the extra cash. But that has become harder to do.
When you need to act fast and sell your home, you’ll need a sharper game plan that includes a few critical steps.
Few things induce anxiety and frustration more than having a home sale delayed, yet few paths from contract to closing are without an obstacle.
The National Association of Realtors is out with an insider’s guide on short sales. It’s worth a read for buyers and sellers looking for a short sale deal.
Homes owned by seniors are seeing a rise in value, which is good for boomers and the housing market as a whole.
It’s a tough market for sellers, but there are a few ways to make the best of it aside from standards like reducing the price and sprucing up.
Realtors love to show homes in the best possible light, and homeowners will pay to make it happen. But is staging your home for sale worth it?