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Moving Out of State for a Job: Your House-Selling Checklist

Tips for Selling a House in California and Moving Out of State

You got a new job—congratulations! Moving out of state for a job means you have all sorts of new opportunities and adventures opening up to you. You’ll want to make selling your house as unadventurous as possible though, especially since you are probably on a tight deadline for this long-distance move. You have a lot to do in a short amount of time, so you have to define your tasks clearly and get them done in an organized manner to stay on top of them. It’s helpful to have a rundown of the steps you need to take to get your house sold fast on hand as your move gets closer. Here, you’ll find just that. In addition, you can downloadable a checklist to print and keep with you so you don’t miss any important steps. And, if all gets too overwhelming, we also offer an easy alternative way to get your house sold so you can get on with your big move.

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How to Sell a House with Foundation Problems in California: The Costs, Challenges, and Options

How to Sell Your House Without an Agent or Realtor in California

The cost of living in California is on the rise. Whether you live in Sacramento, Fresno, or San Bernardino counties, you’ve probably felt the pinch too and, maybe, that’s part of the reason why you’re selling your home. After all, unloading your property is a great way to reduce your overall expenses. And, if money is a concern, another good money-saving option is to sell your home yourself. But, how do you sell your house without an agent? Let’s explore the process.

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Understanding the California Notice of Default and What You Can Do About It

What homeowners should know about the California foreclosure process

What You Should Know About the California Foreclosure Process  GET YOUR NO OBLIGATION CASH OFFER IN LESS THAN 24 HOURS Please enable JavaScript in your browser to complete this form.Address of the house you want to sell – Step 1 of 2Address *Address Line 1CityStateAlabamaAlaskaArizonaArkansasCaliforniaColoradoConnecticutDelawareDistrict of ColumbiaFloridaGeorgiaHawaiiIdahoIllinoisIndianaIowaKansasKentuckyLouisianaMaineMarylandMassachusettsMichiganMinnesotaMississippiMissouriMontanaNebraskaNevadaNew HampshireNew JerseyNew MexicoNew YorkNorth CarolinaNorth DakotaOhioOklahomaOregonPennsylvaniaRhode IslandSouth CarolinaSouth DakotaTennesseeTexasUtahVermontVirginiaWashingtonWest…

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How to Get Your House Ready to Sell in a Week—or Less—in California

How to Sell Your House As-Is, Without Renovations for Cash

Perhaps the real estate agent came over to see your house and said that you would need to make expensive repairs if you want to sell quickly, but you’re not so sure it’s worth doing. It’s one thing if you only need to do some minor cosmetic work to make buyers happy. But, if your property needs major repairs or an extensive rehab, it may not make sense to undertake the project. You would have to spend days, even weeks, managing contractors or getting dirty yourself to make the work happen—in addition to shelling out for all the costs. A little back-of-envelope calculating convinces you that while the work could make the house sell faster, it may not pay for itself with an increase in sale price. Instead, the practical choice is to skip fixing anything and find out how to sell your house as-is.

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How to Get Your House Ready to Sell in a Week—or Less—in California

Selling a House in Probate in California: Top Considerations and Steps for Heirs

An inheritance can come unexpectedly, sometimes making a difficult time even harder. Besides dealing with the loss of a loved one, you are suddenly immersed in administrative tasks and legal details that can quickly become overwhelming. This is all the more so if you are heir to a house you don’t want to keep. Perhaps the property is far from your home and will be a burden to take care of, or you may just prefer to receive money. Regardless of the reason, it is possible to sidestep the months of waiting for the court to officially put your name on the deed and sell the house before probate is granted. Let’s take a look at the details you need to consider and the primary steps to take to get the house sold.

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Should I Fix My House or Sell As-Is? Comparing the Pros and Cons

Should I Fix My House or Sell As-Is? Comparing the Pros and Cons

Saying goodbye to your home can be an emotional experience, even if you’re moving on to greener pastures. Not only will you have memories to process and people to see as you plan your move, but you’ll also have several tough decisions to make about the sale itself. Choosing a real estate agent to represent you is one, and California’s real estate commission rates may influence that decision. Setting the price for your home is another. But, deciding whether to fix your house or sell it as-is, especially if it’s in need of a lot of work, is one of the tougher choices you’ll have to make. There are several factors to consider and they all have the potential to positively, or negatively, impact whether your house sells. To determine which option is best for you, it’s helpful to take a closer look at each.

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How to Sell a House by Owner in California: The Essential Steps for Best Results

What to Do If Your House Is Being Foreclosed On in California

When the unexpected happens, like a debilitating illness, the loss of a job, or divorce, the burden to care for yourself and your family can become so great that your financial obligations have to take a back seat. Sometimes that includes making the mortgage payments on time, if you’re able to at all. Miss too many payments, however, and you could find the bank taking action against you by filing for a foreclosure with the court. Trying to decide what to do if your house is being foreclosed on can just add to the confusion, disappointment, and grief you and your family may already be feeling. If you’re in this situation, take heart. There are reputable resources available throughout California that are designed to help homeowners who are facing foreclosure—no matter the reason why.

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How to Sell a House with Foundation Problems in California: The Costs, Challenges, and Options

How to Sell a House With Tenants in it: Your Landlord Responsibilities

A rental property can be a great source of passive income, but the time may arrive when it’s outlasted its benefit. Maybe you’re retiring, have family or financial issues, or perhaps you’re simply tired of being a landlord. But selling  investment property with tenants in residence is not as easy in California as calling up your favorite real estate agent. As a landlord, you have responsibilities to your tenants and they have rights that you do not want to interfere with. It’s important to know what your tenants’ rights are and how they could negatively affect your ability to sell your rental property. Even though California landlord laws can make it challenging, it’s not impossible to find a buyer who can handle the complexities of taking on your rental—and your tenants.

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