Have you received a PCS that will move you out of New Jersey? If so, then you'll want to find a real estate agent who can help you sell or rent your current home. Check out the information on this page, then contact Robin Taylor Roth, a certified Military Relocation Professional®, for immediate assistance.
Selling a house is relatively simple, but does take organization and patience - two skills you have had to apply in many situations! Organization is essential to get your house ready to sell and to have needed documents readily at hand. Patience is required through the final steps of the transaction, as inspections may reveal the need for some repairs, or your buyers may encounter some delays in securing financing.
There's not much you can do about Location, because your home is where it is. However, you can minimize negative impacts of location by making sure that your property has great "curb appeal" - and perhaps by installing a fence.
The Condition of your house is mostly under your control. You can - and should! - ensure that all needed repairs are made. You can also do some inexpensive "sprucing up": a fresh coat of paint - inside and outside - works wonders.
You have complete control over the Price of your house. Do pay attention to your REALTOR's recommended price range; it's based on an analysis of what the housing market is doing, today. Listing too high chases away potential buyers; listing too low attracts bargain-hunters and reduces your net proceeds.
There are three major guidelines to keep in mind, when preparing your home for prospective buyers to see:
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