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7 Steps to Sell Your Home Fast

Selling your house can be stressful no matter if it’s your first time or your fifth. With people you don’t know coming in and out of your home and having a lot on your mind, it is understandable if you want it to end as soon as possible. Here are a few tips to help you sell your home fast and get the stress lifted.

1. Price it right

The first 30 days your home is on the market is when you will get the most activity. If the price is too high, most buyers will stay away. If you start with the price low, you are more likely to get multiple offers which can lead to a bidding war and the price of the house going up.

2. Create curb appeal

Your home’s exterior is the first thing the buyer sees so you want to give a good first impression. Start by pressure washing the walls of your home, the walkways and driveway to clean off any dirt. Consider adding some flowers or a small garden to make your house feel alive and to add some color.

3. Make updates

The housing market is changing and so should your house. Look at recently sold homes to see what people are looking for and what is in style. This may include adding some smart technology or just a new countertop. Updating your home can be as cheap as adding a new layer of paint.

4. Remove personal items

Although you may still be living in your home while it’s on the market, it is important to put away your personal items like family photos or religious items. This helps allow the prospective buyer to envision themselves in the home with their family. Removing these items also puts more focus on the home and its features.

5. Declutter your home

Get a storage unit and put away all your extra furniture or boxes you may have. This will make your home feel bigger and will help the buyer get a clear view of the home. When your home is cluttered it makes it less visually appealing and may deter someone from buying your home.

6. Put your listing online

A large percentage of buyers look online and even on social media to find homes. In order to not miss out on potential buyers, it is important to cover all grounds and list your house wherever you can. Your real estate agent should be able to help you figure out which sites would be best for your home and can guide you along the process.

7. Be flexible

Try to be flexible when it comes to scheduling visits to see your home. If you don’t allow people time to check out the house, they will lose interest and go elsewhere. Also, give the buyer some space while they look around. If you are around the buyer, he or she may feel like they aren’t free to move around or discuss the home with someone they brought to the showing.

Stress is one of the largest concerns when selling a home. Staging, managing finances and documents, and simultaneously juggling the rest of your life can be completely draining. However, one thing is certain about selling your home: it’s a lot easier when you have a solid real estate agent to handle it. Remember, No-One Works Harder to Sell your Home more than Joe! Contact Joe today by calling 813-701-2030 or visit https://josephlewkowicz.com/

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7 Steps to Stress-Free Selling

Stay Stress-Free: Stress will cause you to burn out and work less effectively. Here are a few ways to work as hard as you can without feeling too many of the residual effects that stress causes.

1. Remind yourself why you are selling

Figure out your “why” for selling your home in the first place. This is something you can continuously go back to throughout the selling process. When one thing after another seems to be going wrong, it is helpful to take a step back and remember why selling your home is important to you. This will give you a better perspective and those problems you were facing may begin to seem unimportant.

2. Listen to the market

To you, your home may be priceless, but the market puts a price on it, and sometimes it is not as high as you would like. Compare your house to ones around you that have recently sold to help determine your price. This will help you go into the selling process knowing what to expect so you do not get disappointed.

3. Be flexible when making a deal

Things change, and you must change with them. They don’t usually go as planned, and that leads to your stress levels rising. Take it step by step and resolve one problem at a time. Figure out what you need to do to resolve the issue and focus on the positives.

4. Pre-qualify your buyer

When you get your first offer it can be exciting, especially if you’ve been waiting a while, and you might want to rush into making a deal. Before you do so, make sure your buyer can close the deal. Nothing is more frustrating than getting excited over selling your home just to realize your buyer can’t afford it. Have them give you their loan approval letter and make sure it is pre-approval.

5. Don’t forget that you are the boss

Although it may feel like the buyers have all the power, you get to make the final decisions. You get to decide what to set the price at and whom you decide to sell to. It is up to you if you want to fix up the house before you put it on the market or if you want to keep it how it is. You are the boss and don’t let anyone make you think otherwise.

6. Use your agent!

That is what they are there for. Don’t be afraid to ask your real estate agent questions or let them know what you have in mind. If you are confused or stressed let your agent know. Often, they have experienced the problem before and already know what needs to be done to resolve the issue. Their job is to make the selling process easier for you.

Stress is one of the largest concerns when selling a home. Staging, managing finances and documents, and simultaneously juggling the rest of your life can be completely draining. However, one thing is certain about selling your home: it’s a lot easier when you have a solid real estate agent to handle it. Remember, No-One Works Harder to Sell your Home more than Joe! Contact Joe today by calling 813-701-2030 or visit https://josephlewkowicz.com/

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Joseph Lewkowicz November Market Recap Report

Joe Lewkowicz is an experienced and award-winning real estate agent based in the North Tampa Area, who aims to deliver the most up to date real estate news to readers and viewers like you. If you have any questions on the current real estate market, feel free to contact Joe Lewkowicz. In Joe Lewkowicz’s latest livestream, he discusses the current state of November’s real estate market and reports on several topics that address the upcoming holiday season.

How is the Market this November?

Compared to the last couple of months, the market has shown slightly better results overall. The holiday season typically slows down as the holidays roll around and according to Joe, this holiday season won’t be an exception. The common misconception is that the holiday season is generally a slow time of year, and while this is not entirely untrue, Joe reminds us of some benefits that come with buying a home during the holidays.

Joe notes people selling during the holidays are trying to get rid of their homes as quickly as possible, often making it an ideal time for those looking to buy. Selling during the beginning of holiday season can give sellers a great opportunity in some instances due to the lack of competition. Joe ultimately advises waiting if you have the luxury of time due to several factors that can have negative impacts on your earnings.

Q & A

Joe Lewkowicz takes the time to address a few questions viewers had during the livestream. One viewer asked, “How many homes viewed is the optimal number before making a final decision on which home to purchase?” Joe responded by stating that although there is no clear-cut answer to the question, he suggests buyers spend a minimal of 2 to 3 days looking at houses. He says that looking at too many houses or, looking for too long can make the buying process complicated and confusing. The solution. Do your research beforehand and minimize the homes you view by addressing your needs beforehand.

Another viewer asks, “What resources are best for research before contacting a real estate agent?” Joes says that Realtor.com and Zillow.com are excellent tools that help keep interested parties updated on the current market. He also says that touring neighborhoods and focusing on what you want are other simple tasks that help you make the best decisions possible when it comes to buying or selling a home.

With online listings being such a huge influence for many buyers it is essential to have good pictures that accurately represent your home. One viewer asks if having a professional photographer is required to gain the best results? Joe responds by saying that the best real estate agents provide professional photographs as part of their services. This is a better option than snapping a quick shot on your smartphone.

Real estate agents can give you expert advice and give you the best listing prices based on your area and other listed prices in the area, so don’t miss out and call your local real estate agent today!

Join North Tampa Realtor Joseph Lewkowicz, who will be hosting a live stream conference call on the second Thursday of every month at 10 AM EST. Users can log in and communicate with Lewkowicz directly to gain insight into the Tampa market.

To catch all the questions in the Livestream call, click to watch on Joe’s TV Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwVCxXv6wT0S-LDFORWTwNw

For more information on the current real estate season, check out Joe’s monthly livestreams at https://josephlewkowicz.com/livestream

To watch the full November Market Recap report, visit Joe’s TV Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwVCxXv6wT0S-LDFORWTwNw

Video Link: https://youtu.be/TPsed-NX0GI
Website: https://josephlewkowicz.com/livestream

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You Should Know This to Make Selling Your Home Less Stressful

Selling your home can be a proud and exciting milestone in your life. At the same time, it can also be demanding and time-consuming. Basically, selling your house is an emotional ride, but it can still be done in an organized and composed manner. This guide will help make this process less stressful.

Pricing is Everything.

Sellers sometimes fall into the trap of ignoring the real-estate market in terms of how much their home is worth. Listing too high can result in little to no offers, but listing just below its fair market value can give you many offers. Giving your home the accurate price means paying attention to the recently listed homes within your area or neighborhood or otherwise known as the comparable (comps for short).

Review the comps most similar to your home in terms of square feet, location, and the number of bedrooms and bathrooms. Note the homes that sold faster or higher than its asking price. Pending comps tell you the price points that attract qualified buyers, and active comps give you an idea about how you can stand out from your competitors. Having this knowledge will enable you to have a more beneficial and meaningful discussion with your real estate agent.

Have a flexible and opened-mind.

If you are willing, provide more sale options. You could offer your home as a lease with an option to purchase. Doing this can give potential buyers some time to work on their commitment issues, credit issues, and down payment savings.

If you have mortgage debt, you may feel stressed that you can’t sell your home for the amount to pay this off. You might get offers from buyers for less than you owe, but you can still do the deal by getting your lenders to sign off.

It is also important to keep in mind this: your house may sell in a week, or it may be sitting on the market collecting dust. Try not to get ahead of yourself and maintain a steady pace when selling your home.

Got a buyer? Great, but they better close the deal.

It happens more often than you think. You have a buyer that loves the home, and you’re excited to put your moving plans into action. All of a sudden, their loan breaks apart, and now you’re thinking about all the prospective buyers you unknowingly stepped on that could have actually closed the deal. An offer from a buyer does not always mean acceptance.

To avoid this, read and check for details in the buyer’s loan approval letter and know that the buyer’s assets and income are enough to obtain a mortgage, which should be verified by the mortgage rep. If this is not found in the letter, you should discuss this with your realtor and make sure the mortgage broker knows what they are talking about and is certain that the buyer qualifies.

Pick the right realtor.

Before you contact a potential agent to help you sell your home, examine their track record and their success in selling properties similar to yours. Check the names of the realtors whose names appear on the sale signs of homes in your area, and prioritize the candidates that sold the property. Ask questions to someone you know who had a positive experience with their realtor.

Avoid a realtor that only tells you what you want to hear instead of what you need to hear. Some real estate agents exaggerate their opinion on your home’s value and don’t necessarily give you the facts. An ideal candidate will give you their honest input even if the news is not very favorable.

Stress is one of the largest concerns when selling a home. Staging, managing finances and documents, and simultaneously juggling the rest of your life can be completely draining. However, one thing is certain about selling your home: it’s a lot easier when you have a solid real estate agent to handle it. Remember, No-One Works Harder to Sell your Home more than Joe! Contact Joe today by calling 813-701-2030 or visit https://josephlewkowicz.com/

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8 Tips to Prepare Your Home for a Show

First impressions can be a make or break situation for many people, especially when it comes to real estate showings. It is not only important to satisfy the standards of potential buyers during the showing of the home, but also at the moment they arrive on the property. The better you are at making them feel “at home” the more likely they will consider making that their home. Here are 8 tips to help you prepare for a showing and sell your house successfully.

1. Focus on Landscaping

The outside and the landscape of a home plays a huge role in its physical appearance. It is what potential buyers see before they step out of the car to look. Plant some flowers, trim the bushes, and mow the lawn for a more pristine appearance.

2. Make the Entrance Welcoming

Repaint the door or its frame, or purchase a new door handle. You may also want to consider purchasing a welcome mat to emit an inviting setting for your buyers. Make them believe that this could be their potential, permanent home.

3. Check for Needed Repairs

Selling your house can be competitive, so make sure it is in top condition. Check for any signs of holes in the walls, chipped paint, cracked windows, broken cabinets, or leaks in the roof. Some of these may be minor, but they have the ability to discourage potential buyers.

4. Deep Clean. Everywhere.

In the real-estate business, the first impression is the last impression for buyers that visit multiple homes in a day or a week. Make your home stand out from competitors by cleaning thoroughly. Polish all appliances, ceiling fans, floors, faucets, countertops, tables, and windows, and don’t stop until they shine.

5. Clear Out Any Personal Items and Clutter

No matter how wonderful you think your child’s drawing is, it’s going to have to come off the fridge. The same thing goes for your family photos and other knickknacks. Rent a storage unit to help you remove and reorganize the extra clutter. Keep decorations simple and minimal. This enables buyers to envision their own furniture and belongings into your home.

6. Eliminate Any Lurking Odors

Try to avoid cooking anything in your home when you are close to a showing date and remove all trash or any food that could be hiding under the couch. You won’t sell your home if the foul smell from last night’s dinner is still lurking in the garbage. This can give people a negative browsing experience and drive them away.

7. Set the Scene

Add a few items to the rooms to help buyers visualize what they would be doing and how they would feel if they were living in the home. You can place a coffee mug and a book on the small table in the living room, or add a cutting board and a bowl of fresh fruit in the kitchen. Doing these small tasks helps give the house some life and purpose.

8. Bring in the Nature

If there’s an empty corner in a room, or if you want to accentuate a feature, plants can do the job for you. Adding potted greenery or a vase with flowers can give life and add a pleasant pop of color. It can also improve the overall look of the house.

Stress is one of the largest concerns when selling a home. Staging, managing finances and documents, and simultaneously juggling the rest of your life can be completely draining. However, one thing is certain about selling your home: it’s a lot easier when you have a solid real estate agent to handle it. Remember, No-One Works Harder to Sell your Home more than Joe! Contact Joe today by calling 813-701-2030 or visit https://josephlewkowicz.com/

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Buyer’s Perception and Why it Matters

Many individuals struggle to find the right real estate agent to meet their needs. With a plethora of options out there being available in this modern digital age, the convenience of finding a real estate agent can be even more difficult these days. The experience of many agents can be misleading, especially considering the fact most of their numbers are reflected by the number of sales an entire sales team makes rather than the sales of the individual member that is being advertised.

Your Home is Special

One of the most crucial elements of selling a home is being able to recognize unique features that your home possesses and that makes your home stand out to buyers. When you are in the market for a real estate agent, listen for traits that give you an idea of their experience. For example, suitable real estate agents mention aspects that make your house sound exclusive when compared to other homes in the area. Meet with multiple agents to get a feel for what works right for you and when the time comes, decide based on who fits your needs best.

Finding the Right Agent

Location, price, and cleanliness all play vital roles in how quickly your home sells. No clear-cut answer or shortcut will guarantee your home sells in a certain allotted amount of time. When it comes to selling a home, there are so many factors that come into play. Despite the complications that come with selling, the good news is that a good agent always looks for the most optimal way to have your home sold in the shortest amount of time possible.

Your Perception Isn’t the Only Perception

By the time you are ready to sell your home, you may be so used to your perception of it that you will no longer recognize the value of it. Even for those whose perceptions aren’t as heavily swayed, there is always the risk of undervaluing a home. The last thing you want is to short sell yourself, due to the perception you have of your home. A considerable advantage is having an excellent real estate agent because they provide a fresh set of eyes that may be better suited to featuring the best parts of your home.

Showcase Proudly

When you are ready to showcase your home be proud of what you are presenting, and it rubs off on your buyers. If you decide to have your home showcased with furnishings, have the furnishings clean and free of any pet hair. And although this is an old home for you, interested buyers may see something exciting and new. Keep in mind, when you are showcasing, that the amount of time you take to upkeep your home matters and has an impact on your buyers.

Stress is one of the largest concerns when selling a home. Staging, managing finances and documents, and simultaneously juggling the rest of your life can be completely draining. However, one thing is certain about selling your home: it’s a lot easier when you have a solid real estate agent to handle it. Remember, No-One Works Harder to Sell your Home more than Joe! Contact Joe today by calling 813-701-2030 or visit https://josephlewkowicz.com/

 

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How to Keep Buyer’s Attention

Grabbing a buyer’s attention can be difficult. With so much competition to contend with, standing out can be challenging. Fortunately, there are several tricks that can help you gain interested buyers on a more frequent basis. Most of the approaches to help your home stand out are simple and cost-effective, giving buyers a clearer view of what your home has to offer. Family photos, for example, are extremely effective in painting a better picture of what your home provides, before the buyers even step foot inside your home. Likewise, bad photos have the potential to dissuade the buyer immediately.

A Picture Says A Thousand Words

The quality of the pictures you take of your home to post online are essential and deserve time for the best results. Individual’s attention spans are typically very short. When advertising your online listing, you’ll typically only have a matter of seconds to grab the attention of those looking to buy. Making every second count is essential to getting your listing recognized.

Take Pictures of Your Home’s Exterior

Proper lighting can make a huge impression in your pictures, especially when the pictures are of the exterior of your home. Experiment with different times of day, and make sure it provides enough natural lighting to keep your photos well lit. Taking pictures during the afternoon can make your home appear warm and inviting. If you plan on including some night shots of your home, make sure the interior lights of your home remain on.

Capturing the Essence of Your Home

When it comes to the interior photos, pictures should show off the best features and qualities that make your home unique. The most important rooms to show are the bathrooms, living room, kitchen and master bedroom. Ensure that your house is clutter free, and have your blinds open so that your home lights up. Something as simple as a picture of the entrance of your house with your front door is a very powerful persuasion tool.

Word Choice Matters

Whether posting a listing online or negotiating with a potential buyer, one should always concern themselves with the words they use to talk about their listing. Descriptive words like luxurious, impeccable and captivating are all effective in making your home seem warm and inviting to buyers. Just as there are words to give buyers good impressions, there are also words sellers should avoid when they are describing their homes. Words like fixer, investment, and potential have the effect of leaving a bad taste in buyer’s mouths.

Speak with a Real Estate Agent

Consult with a real estate agent before you make any post. Even if you are comfortable with posting listings by yourself, it can still be very useful to have a professionals advice. Real estate agents can provide a wide array of knowledge on what sells in the area and may even provide you with the information you would have not gained otherwise.

Stress is one of the largest concerns when selling a home. Staging, managing finances and documents, and simultaneously juggling the rest of your life can be completely draining. However, one thing is certain about selling your home: it’s a lot easier when you have a solid real estate agent to handle it. Remember, No-One Works Harder to Sell your Home more than Joe! Contact Joe today by calling 813-701-2030 or visit https://josephlewkowicz.com/

 

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Joseph Lewkowicz October Market Recap Report

In this month’s livestream call Joe talks about the status of October’s real estate market, the essential strategies for both new and experienced home seller’s, and the current real estate market during the Q&A section of the call.

Moreover, watch Joe as he discusses whether the holidays are an excellent time to sell, the best way to apply for home owner’s insurance, and much more in this month’s livestream recap report.

Joe begins the livestream by discussing several issues people usually run into during this time of the year. Hurricane Michael is passing the North Tampa Area, and luckily a lot of Floridians in the area have been spared from severe damages. Although the hurricane has not caused significant damage in the North Tampa Area, it still presents a few issues that tend to affect the area. For example, four-point inspections are going to be more popular with the standards of home safety. Roofing, plumbing, AC, and electric panels are all elements of home safety that plays a role in passing inspections. Roofing is taken rather seriously due to Florida’s history, and hurricane Michael is making safety that much more prevalent.

Fun fact! Did you know, homeowners who don’t replace roofing that is over 20 years old are required to have it replaced within three years or risk cancellation from insurance providers?

Another topic Joe discusses involves October’s predicted performance in the seller’s market. It’s no secret that the summer months are the peak of the seller’s market for real estate; however, this doesn’t necessarily mean that the time before the holidays does not have the potential to bring great opportunities to buyers and sellers alike. Many sellers try to sell before December 15th to receive benefits such as homestead exemption, and many buyers have affordable options do to this little rush in sales. According to Joe, if sellers have the opportunity to sell before December 15th, they should do so quickly.

As always Joe Lewkowicz opens the discussion to his audience and answers several of their real estate questions. In one question, a viewer asks about showcasing homes and how to know when showcasing is a good option. Joe states that showcasing can be a great and cost-effective way to have homes seen by potential buyers in most cases; however, there are some instances where there are better ways to get homes sold. The rule of thumb is that the more the house is worth, the more likely showcasing is a good option for home sellers. Another question asked how long homes stay in the market during October. Joe said that typically accurately priced homes sell in 30 to 45 days.

A realtor with extensive knowledge is essential to navigating the real estate market, especially in the Tampa Bay area. Joseph Lewkowicz’s 40 years of experience offers the best help for all buyers and sellers with questions on the housing market.

Join North Tampa Realtor Joseph Lewkowicz, who will be hosting a live stream conference call on the second Thursday of every month at 10 AM EST. Users can log in and communicate with Lewkowicz directly to gain insight into the Tampa market.

To catch all the questions in the Livestream call, click to watch on Joe’s TV Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwVCxXv6wT0S-LDFORWTwNw

For more information on the current real estate season, check out Joe’s monthly livestreams at https://josephlewkowicz.com/livestream

To watch the full October Market Recap report, visit Joe’s TV Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwVCxXv6wT0S-LDFORWTwNw

Video Link: https://youtu.be/8MFZ7yMzejI
Website: https://josephlewkowicz.com/livestream

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Selling Your Home Quickly

If you want to sell your home as quickly as possible, finding a Real Estate Agent that is right for your needs is essential. The process of finding an agent might be overwhelming, especially when the number of agents are growing every day. In order to find the perfect person for the job, you will need to do your homework by researching credible online resources. There are plenty of resources at your disposal to find the right real estate agent for you. Here’s how…

Talk to Friends or Look Online

One of the resources comes from word of mouth. A good place to start is to speak to people in your area and have them tell you about their experiences. Whether you know people who have had good or bad experiences in their search for an agent, it can still be worthwhile to ask about them. People’s experiences are a great place to start measuring a real estate agent’s success and can give you leeway on finding an agent that is willing to meet your goals. You may also find local brochures with detailed information on local real estate agents as well. The web is another excellent tool for finding real estate agents and often has the option to view insightful testimonials from the agent’s previous clients.

Meet With More Than One Real Estate Agent

When searching for the right Real Estate Agent your mindset should be to expect to meet multiple candidates from the beginning. Speaking to multiple agents gives you the advantage of ultimately deciding who is the right person to meet your needs. The more people you consider for the job the more likely it is that you will end up finding the right person for you. Aiming for at least three potential candidates are going to be your best option, this will give you a variety of personalities to consider.

Ask Questions

The best questions to ask should help you get a read on your contenders and will ultimately help you decide who the right person for the job is. Ask questions that will give you a better sense of the agent’s knowledge in the local area. One of the greatest advantages of having an agent with local knowledge is that you have information that no other realtor has. For instance, if the sales are high in your neighborhood ask your agent to explain what former agents have done to establish successful closings.

Stress is one of the largest concerns when selling a home. Staging, managing finances and documents, and simultaneously juggling the rest of your life can be completely draining. However, one thing is certain about selling your home: it’s a lot easier when you have a solid real estate agent to handle it. Remember, No-One Works Harder to Sell your Home more than Joe! Contact Joe today by calling 813-701-2030 or visit https://josephlewkowicz.com/

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The Pros and Cons to Selling Your Home As Is

Many preconceived notions come with purchasing homes as is. By selling homes in this manner, seller’s pass any and all obligations to the buyers. Homes may need a number of different touch ups that the buyers would now be primarily responsible for fixing themselves. Plumbing, the foundation, and leaky roofs are just a few repairs buyers may need to take when buying a home in its present condition. Buying homes as is may be a huge risk for the buyers and will more than likely have a negative impact on your sales. However, selling your home as is may not always be the worst option. For eager buyers, purchasing homes as is, is a quick and cheap alternative to going through the undoubtedly lengthy process of purchasing a standard home.

Is it Ethical?

The process of selling a home as is doesn’t have to be a taboo as you might assume. There are many factors you may wish to consider before you make the final decision to sell your home as is, but if you find it a healthy option to choose, after careful consideration, then there are always ways to safely and effectively communicate these types of sales. The obvious issue that comes with selling homes as is, is the immediate impact it may have on your buyers. Buyers will, of course, begin to wonder why you are selling your home as is and in some cases may even begin to wonder if there is an issue with the home itself. The way to avoid this scenario is to communicate effectively and be clear and concise on your reasoning behind selling your home this way.

Consider Your Options

One of the reasons you may wish to sell your home as is, is because you are trying to sell your home as quickly as possible. While this is an admirable and understandable approach in most occasions, it remains important to consider all your options. Be informed of the potential losses that could come with selling your home so hastily. Speak to a real estate agent to get a quick rundown of how effective selling homes as is, is in your area. Real estate agents are not experts at selling homes quickly, but they do have specific knowledge to the local area around you. They can give you precise information on what has and what hasn’t worked in the area, giving you a significant advantage over the local competition.

It can be surprising how effective selling homes as is can be. And while this tactic has its ups and downs, it remains a valuable option for buyers and home sellers alike.

Stress is one of the largest concerns when selling a home. Staging, managing finances and documents, and simultaneously juggling the rest of your life can be completely draining. However, one thing is certain about selling your home: it’s a lot easier when you have a solid real estate agent to handle it. Remember, No-One Works Harder to Sell your Home more than Joe! Contact Joe today by calling 813-701-2030 or visit https://josephlewkowicz.com/