Going through a divorce is difficult, even with the most amicable split. Throughout the process of ending a marriage, you and your spouse must decide how to share or divide finances, as well as assets. One of the biggest assets, of course, is the house. Worried about selling a house in Texas during a divorce? … Continued
Selling your house can be stressful if you wade in the real estate waters without the information you need. We are happy to answer any questions that you have on selling your home. Look through the database of articles here, and give Rene Burchell a call today at (469) 877-3303.
Selling a home can take time. There are multiple steps that have to be taken and multiple people that you have to interact with. The entire process can take weeks, months or longer to complete. If you’re renting out your home, the sale can take even more time. You either have to find a buyer … Continued
Selling a home is rarely easy. There may be situations in which a house may need to be sold sooner than normal. There could also be times when the transaction is drawn out for months or even years. Things can get even more complicated if you’re selling your home to a relative. There will be … Continued
Selling Your Home Before, During or After? Which is Best?
You will have many questions and not sure who to ask or trust. In today’s market it is very important that you align yourself with the right Realtor! Proper alignment will mean every dollar in return back to you. We have a step by step guide to assist you and have knowledge expertise of the market to help guide you.
A mortgage is a long term commitment. Most mortgages last for 15 to 20 years or more, depending on the contract terms. They are taken out by homeowners who plan to be in their home for a good portion of their adult years. There may be reasons why a person or family decides to sell … Continued
No home is perfect. Every house is bound to have some maintenance issues from time to time. The key is identifying those issues and making repairs or renovations in a timely manner. Some problems are easier to spot than others. Dripping faucets, squeaky doors, and faulty light switches are just some of the things that … Continued
If you are the executor of Texas estate, and your loved one has passed, things may seem very difficult. Being in charge of selling a home after a family member has died is a very big task. Even though you are still in the stage of grieving, it is your responsibility to make sure the … Continued
There are many steps and fees involved in selling a home. You have to list your house for sale on the market, go through showings, and finally find a buyer who makes you an attractive offer. Before you ever take any of those steps, it’s wise to make yourself aware of what your tax obligations … Continued
The real estate market in Texas is heating up as home values have risen over the last few years. While this is great news for those who are looking to sell their home, it doesn’t guarantee a quick sale. Luckily, there are many different ways that you can increase your home’s value to make it … Continued
Seller disclosure requires a home seller to tell you about any defects that could hurt a home’s value. These could be septic problems, a leaky basement, roof leaks, mold or even a damaged foundation. The seller should list any of these problems on a disclosure form. As a seller you’re required to disclose any known … Continued