Wednesday, April 23, 2014

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

Start with the first entry if you have not yet read it. 

Your vacant house affects more than just the return on your investment.  Your vacant house, like any other vacant house in your neighborhood, affects your Realtor’s safety, your neighbors safety, the value of their property and the security of the neighborhood.  Even the best of neighbors don’t appreciate being asked the favor of taking care of your house while you leave it on the market for sale. After the first week or so, few great neighbors appreciate the extra burden of removing your weeds, your trash, chasing kids or strangers away from your house or taking responsibility for your stuff.  It’s a burden for you, a burden for your Realtor and a burden for your neighbors.  Homes In Transition is the solution!

Homes In Transition offers a proven, comprehensive solution for all the issues related to vacant houses. We provide a unique and safe marketing environment for your house while providing asset preservation, security, staging, and greatly reduced operating costs for a fraction of the cost to keep the property vacant or make use of a staging service. In fact, if we can’t help you sell the property within the first 90 days of our occupancy, the cost for the Homes In Transition program is waived! Let us show you how our program will drastically cut your holding costs of your vacant property while providing the essential “breathe of life” every vacant house needs.

Our nearly 32 years of combined experience and hundreds of houses served bares witness to our reliability and dedication to helping Property Owners just like you get your vacant house SOLD.

If your house is for sale and vacant, you’re not doing everything possible to get the highest and best price for what is probably your biggest investment.  In fact, your vacant house instinctively tells others that you now have two mortgages and there is a much greater chance you would be willing to accept a low ball offer to unload the burden.  Owner occupied homes or those that appear “owner occupied” through the services of Homes In Transition almost always sell at a higher price because that impression created by a vacant house is no longer apparent.


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