Thursday, April 10, 2014

Ready for some help to sell your house faster and at a better price?


Our Caretaker Marketing Service has been providing valuable services to the Real Estate market in various forms since 1986.  It is a carefully managed three party opportunity that creates a win-win-win situation for Sellers, Buyers, Realtors and those we place in our properties.

Homes In Transition’s Caretaker Program benefits Property Owners trying to market and sell their house who appreciate a faster sale at the best price possible and who don’t want to spend a lot of money for staging and ongoing monthly expense.  While we do not sell your house, our service directly addresses all the perils of a vacant house not only for the owner but for the neighbors as well.  If you don’t have a Realtor, we will be happy to refer you to one that uses and understands our program.  If you’re ready to to get started placing your home in our program, simply complete the form on this page and one of our Consultants will contact you and lead you through the process and answer any questions you might have.

Selling your house vacant or occupied is easy in almost any market if you have a nice house that functions well, is located in a good neighborhood with good schools and has a patch of grass for the kids!  If that’s the case, you bought right and you certainly don’t need a service like Homes In Transition.  However, if you want the highest possible price for your home but may not have all the best amenities or the most functional floor plan or the most attractive finishes or some deferred maintenance you may have a harder time selling.  Leaving a house vacant only compounds the problems of deferred maintenance and exposes the imperfections of any house.  Remember the last time you emptied a room of your house for painting or emptied your house for your move?  The condition of the walls, floors and other finishes often take on a whole different look for the worse.  That is one of the problems with trying to sell your house vacant.  The imperfections of the house become more noticeable and work against your best marketing efforts.

Read more at www.HomesInTransition.com