To sell or not sell? That is the question

I’m going to sell my house.” It seems easy to say and do, but nothing is further from the truth. Selling a property is a complex process that begins with many personal questions and conclusions.

Here are some examples:

  •  “I want to sell because I want to move to another place.”
  • “I want to sell because my family has grown.”
  • “My business grew and I need to sell my current office, it’s too small.”
  • “I would like to recover the money I invested, in order to invest in another business.”
  • “I’m selling because it is a good time to do so, low prices, low rates.”
  • “I have a financial crisis and I need to liquidate the asset to pay off my debts.”

Once you are clear about why you want to sell, you can make better decisions towards your future as an investor. You can also start to answer questions such as:

  • What amount of money would I like to get for my property?
  • What Real Estate Agent should I hire?
  • Is it necessary to repair the property in order to sell it faster?
  • Is it necessary that the property be empty or can I leave my stuff in?

 

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