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Making the Floor Plan “Open Concept” It can be difficult to imagine completely stripping down and rebuilding a home’s floor plan when it seems like trends for design and fashion cycle through seemingly faster each year. However, those worries can be curbed when it comes
After you and your family have dealt with the loss itself, you are tasked with handling or selling an inherited property left to you that you may not feel equipped to handle or repair. When looking to sell quickly and painlessly, putting the property on the traditional real estate market may not be your best option.
When homeowners choose to work with us, they are motivated by our flexibility in what types of homes we buy, our localized business practices, our expertise in handling inherited homes, and our efficiency.
Homeowners can expect to spend 10% of the overall selling price on fees and preparations necessary to sell their home. For people in situations such as inheriting a home suddenly or dealing with flood damage in a home, dishing out an extra $29,500 while in need of financial relief can become nearly impossible.
When making the choice to do a full renovation due to property damage from a natural disaster, or deciding that your home needs a fresh new face in general, you may find that the cons outweigh the pros. The hidden costs of renovation can become an unnecessary burden on you and your family.
by Kaitlyn Watsonkaitlyn@texashb.com What is an iBuyer? An “iBuyer” is essentially a large, usually nationally known, real estate company that purchases homes from online users of their services. The main attraction of these companies is that you can generally sell your home very fast when
Sometimes, when a loved one passes away and leaves you a piece of property as part of your inheritance, it’s a blessing. Other times, it can be more of a burden. If you find yourself in a situation where you’ve inherited property that you don’t
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