If you've decided to take advantage of the booming real estate market, you'll be glad to know that Autumn is the second best time to sell your home.
According to a study by HomeLight.com, in much of California, for example, after Spring, Autumn - and November in particular - is a good time to sell. This is really good news if you've just recently made the decision to sell and need to do some renovations first.
Regardless of the state of the market, realty is a competitive field. Real estate professionals must strive to find clients and deliver. So how can you find a competitive edge that works?
As a real estate professional, you know that you are part of a large and competitive industry. Finding clients and delivering on promises can be a grinding challenge for many professionals, even in the best of times. Striving to stand out in the crowd has always been difficult, but there are ways to do so that are not costly or overly difficult
While the overall number of foreclosures in the U.S. is dropping, the volume is still high. In addition, foreclosure cleanouts are still needed in order to sell these homes.
As a real estate professional, you probably already know that a foreclosures cleanout can be a time-consuming and costly project. Oftentimes, there's a great deal of cleaning that must be done in a foreclosed home. In addition, there is often abandoned property and trash that must be hauled out and disposed of.
A foreclosure cleanout is a job no real estate professional enjoys doing. Finding a professional firm to take on the task is a great solution, but who do you call?
Realtors and other real estate professionals know that working with foreclosed properties means dealing with former homeowners. And too often these prior residents feel they have little or no incentive to leave their foreclosed home in salable condition when they leave the property.
Due to the ongoing slow growth in the national housing market, there are still a record number of REO properties and foreclosures. And this usually means foreclosure cleanouts.
Many of these properties are currently in various stages of preparation for eventual sale. Ultimately, most of them will require extensive work and cleanup before they can be sold. And cleaning abandoned homes does not rank high on any real estate professional's list of preferred chores!
With the housing market looking better and better, many homeowners are taking the plunge and putting their homes on the market. And that means showing them off!
Very few buyers want to buy a house sight unseen. This is why real estate professionals hold an open house: it’s a great way to get large numbers of potential buyers through the door and into the home. But in order for that home to be properly appealing, you must make sure it is ready to be seen.
If you're a Realtor, a real estate agent, or even a professional property manager, you may often find yourself in a situations where you need a house clean out service. And to makes things even more... interesting, it is typically a time-sensitive situation, as well.
There has been a noticeable upturn in the national housing market, yet there are still a high number of properties in foreclosure. And this usually means foreclosure cleanouts.
Many of these properties are currently in various stages of preparation for eventual sale. And cleaning abandoned homes does not rank high on any real estate professional's list of preferred chores!
While the rising number of foreclosures was dramatic for a long period of time, the good news is that the actual number of homes going into foreclosure has dropped significantly over time. In fact, the numbers are close to what they were seven years ago. However, the last month has seen a substantial increase according to these statistics from RealtyTrac: