Selling a tenant occupied property can be tricky but it may not be as difficult or intrusive as you think. Over the years I've had the opportunity to learn a lot about the best ways to market and sell a tenant occupied property. Tenants Have Rights and They Know It! (But You Have Rights ... » Learn More about How to Sell A Tenant Occupied Property
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https://youtu.be/aMoLfrqXRjE In my opinion, flexibility in showings and having your home ready to show at a moments notice are the two most important things when marketing your home for sale. Consider this...A buyer takes a Saturday off to view three homes. They only have from 10:00-12:00 to ... » Learn More about Can’t Be Flexible For Showings? Rethink Selling.
https://youtu.be/F9wlXgLfDlQ Property disclosures are required in South Carolina for most single family residential real estate properties. The exception is new construction that has not been transferred from the builder. Vacant land also does not require a disclosure so buyer beware ... » Learn More about Property Disclosures Can Save Sellers Time and Money
https://youtu.be/yB19Wd4K8Iw A home warranty can be a good idea for homes that are no longer under a construction warranty. They protect sellers while the property is listed and then transfer to the buyers once the property is conveyed. Home warranties usually cost around $500 and they cover ... » Learn More about Are Home Warranties Worth it When Selling A Home?
https://youtu.be/jGIdQtUmJE4 In today's real estate market, many listing specialists advise their clients against going under contract without underwriting approval. This makes perfect sense but can cause confusion because there is a difference in a prequalification letter and underwriting ... » Learn More about The Difference in a Prequalification Letter and Preapproval for a Loan