There may be one simple reason why your home did not sell, but we bet there may be several! Riley has a few ideas as to what you can do to put the odds back in your favor!
With virtual tours, videos and street views, do you really need to see a house in person before you buy it? Sometimes you need all of your senses to be aligned in order to make a sound decision!
If you are facing a foreclosure, there are two key things to start with. 1) Call your mortgage holder (Bank, etc.) 2) Contact a credible foreclosure assistance program like the ones below: https://dfi.wa.gov/homeownership/foreclosure https://www.hud.gov/…/washington/homeownership/foreclosure
It’s important to put things in their proper place. Unless you’re from The Wire…
If you are going to invite a real estate agent into your home, you deserve to know exactly where they stand on issues that are important to you and the world.
Put your agent to work for you. How to use your agent’s experience and technology to view homes while keeping yourself and your family safe.
Homes are still being listed and sold during the Coronavirus pandemic. Here are some strategies to keep yourself and your family safe and still attract qualified buyers to buy your home.
While looking at homes to buy, it may be better to keep your exuberance to yourself! Security cameras are everywhere and saying the wrong thing may cost you thousands of dollars.
If you are buying a condo in the state of Washington pay attention to the resale certificate. This is the documentation from the home owners association that will tell you if the complex is being run well or run into the ground.