Chips and salsa, pretzels and cheese, and real-estate brokers. What do all these things have in common? Double dipping. Double-dipping is when a broker represents both the buyer and the seller in a transaction in the real estate industry. This act has been practiced for many years and has some advantages and more not-so-pleasant disadvantages.
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Selling a house will likely bring in the most significant payday you've ever had. It is easy for sellers to get in over their heads when selling a home, and when this happens, they will likely leave money on the table. Let's take a look at some home-selling mistakes and how you can avoid them.
California has it all. Endless stretches of beautiful coastline, majestic forests and mountains, some of the most unique deserts you’ll ever see, and tons of eclectic neighborhoods. If you are in the market to purchase a vacation home, there are many areas to choose from that the process can be overwhelming. Even though California has a reputation for being expensive, there are still some areas where you can find a bargain home. Other places have all the glitz and glam you can imagine and the price point to go along with it. Regardless of if you want a home to escape reality or desire to be in the middle of everything, there is something for everyone in California.
If you own a second home or a vacation home and find yourself not occupying it that often, you might be considering alternative options for the house rather than letting it sit empty. It would be best if you made an informed decision on whether to sell your vacation home or rent it out by gathering as much information as possible about the two different scenarios. There are pros and cons to renting out your vacation home or selling it, and each is analyzed below:
So you're thinking about selling your home because it's time to move to a bigger house, a different city, or another state. Whatever the case may be, it is essential to have the proper knowledge about selling your home.
When it comes to selling your home, the dream scenario is to get multiple offers from buyers competing with each other to raise the price. In a hot seller’s market, it is not unusual to receive 10 or more offers for your home. Whether you have just listed your house for sale by owner or are preparing to offer it for sale, you should be prepared to process multiple offers, discern the difference between the offers, and to leverage those offers to get the highest price while navigating the terms of a 19 page purchase contract with over 100 paragraphs of legalese.