Curb appeal matters; buyers look for signs of disrepair & bad maintenance. If the yard & exterior isn't cared for, the rest of the home likely isn't either!
Keeping a home tidy & clean is hard if pets or kids are there! Some buyers love pets & kids, but some don't. It's ideal to make your home inviting for all.
Learn how to protect yourself from your ex's bankruptcy after a divorce, and how to protect yourself against future debt.
Part of divorce is handling debt. Ideally, you're responsible only for your own debts, but that's not reality.
Here are our suggestions to minimize or eliminate any damage to your credit from secured accounts during a divorce.
Here are our suggestions to minimize or eliminate damage to your credit from unsecured accounts during a divorce.
Divorce can wreak havoc on credit scores, but it doesn’t have to. By taking a few proactive steps, you can protect and keep your credit intact.
Selling your home before, after, or because of divorce creates financial concerns you should be aware of. Be informed so you can make the best decisions.
In the case of a divorce, traditional closing arrangements could create unnecessary stress. But special arrangements can be made to ease the tension.
Regardless if the choice to sell your home is voluntary or due to divorce, it can be a painful process. Pain of letting go of a beloved home is normal.
During divorce, a conversation can trigger high emotions & heated arguments. Unfortunately, selling a house is complex and heavily based on communication.
Selling a home is emotional, but combined with divorce, it can be overwhelming. The turmoil causes hasty decisions creating costly & undesirable situations.
Finding & leveraging your home’s unique feature is key to getting more for it with the 80/20 rule. Don't know your home's unique feature? Let's find it!
You’ve heard of the 80/20 rule, but wondering how it relates to selling a house? More than you might think! Learn to use the 80/20 rule to your advantage.
Most people think a home that didn’t sell was “overpriced”, but typically, that's not true. Though you’re stressed due to divorce, don’t screw this up!
The key to selling your home fast and for top dollar is for buyers to LOVE it. Homes that stand out from others get offers OVER asking price sometimes.
It’s crucial to interview real estate agents early, especially during divorce. The right agents make things easier; the wrong agents complicate things more!
A Realtor experienced with divorce legalities will prepare ahead, prevent issues, and handle problems optimally, reducing stress, tension, and drama!
Your ex-spouse may be angry during your divorce, and this might cause them to try anything to thwart selling your home. This can cause expensive headaches!
Some of the biggest issues in divorce court have to do with the sale of the marital home, and common mistakes there can lead to expensive mishaps.
During divorce, anything can start a fight. Even if both agreed to sell, the list price may be an argument. Here's the best options for peaceful resolution!
Divorcing and selling a home are two independent tasks that cannot follow one another’s timeline. Here are some things to keep in mind for either situation!
A question that you and your ex-spouse (or soon-to-be) must address quickly is what to do with the house. Rushed decisions could cost you big time!