A very common question: Should we do any work to the house before listing it or should we just sell it as-is, letting buyers then do whatever they want after it's theirs?
That's a very good question.
Of course, you can sell a house in as-is condition - especially in the market we've got right now.
But will you potentially be leaving money on the table?
Are there a few things that can be done, quickly and inexpensively, that will yield you substantial incremental gains?
That's very likely...
This video discusses what you should consider...
And it uses two very similar homes (sold about the same time last year, in the same neighborhood, under very similar family trust-sale situations)
Please let me know if you've further questions!
Michael Hausam is a licensed Real Estate Broker (BRE Agent #1319560) and Mortgage Loan Originator (NMLS # 1577195). He's been a resident of Orange County, CA since 1990, he funded his first mortgage loan in 1991, has had a B-1 general contractors license since 2005, and he has had his real estate license for over 21 years. Recently, he was awarded the International Presidential Elite status at Coldwell Banker, for agents in the top 2%.