In the U.S. the average homeowner moves every six-to-seven years. That means their homes are vacated for any number of reasons. And they will all need an estate cleanout.
There are times in life when people find themselves having to deal with the estate of a loved one. This is usually a hard time for these folks and taking care of those belongings can be a stressful chore.
There are usually one of four unfortunate events in life that serve to support the property, or estate, liquidation business. Typically, there is a decision to downsize due to a major lifestyle change, a divorce, perhaps crippling debt, or the death of a parent or other family member. And it is one of these events that often require estate cleanout services.
Homeowners sell every six-to-seven years an average. Some homes are left behind as part of an estate, while others are rentals that are vacated regularly. And they all need clean outs.
A cleanout of a foreclosed home can be a tough project. Not only is there cleaning, but there can be abandoned property and trash that must be disposed of.
The real estate market has seen significant improvement over the last few years and the overall number of foreclosures have dropped more than 40% over last year. However, there are still active foreclosures taking place across the U.S.
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.
Real Estate professionals use a variety of services when marketing and selling a home. Aside from contractors, one of the most common is junk removal from junk removal services.
[This post has been adapted and revised from an earlier post from June 2016]
Foreclosure cleanouts are a necessary part of a real estate professional's job. But getting a professional junk hauling firm is a great solution.
One of the issues that Realtors and real estate professionals have with foreclosed properties is the junk left by former homeowners. Unfortunately, many prior residents have little or no incentive to clean their foreclosed home when they vacate the property.
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