Selling a home without a realtor can be a difficult process, as selling a home on its own is certainly not always easy. The successful selling of a home depends on a wide variety of factors, ranging from the housing market at the time that the home is put on the market to the quality of the home itself to the asking price for said home. Without a realtor on board, the process of selling said home can drag on and on. Selling a home without a realtor is, for this reason and for many others, not advisable.
There are many reasons that people might need to make a quick sale of their home. From getting a divorce to unexpectedly have to move across the country to selling an inherited home, selling a home fast can certainly be done. However, selling a home without a realtor is likely to take longer than short sale solutions do, and therefore if you are looking to sell your house fast, bringing a realtor on board can help you to make this a reality. To put things in perspective, the average home is likely to sell about one month after being first listed on the market. If you are instead selling a home without a realtor, however, this time frame might end up being much extended. And while there are certainly no guarantees even with a realtor on board, a realtor will not only know how to get your home ready for the market, but will be able to sell it as well.
For instance, a real estate agent might choose to market your home to real estate investors, something that is likely to be ideal if your home is not in great condition (such as is often the case with inherited properties) but you are still looking to sell it quickly). Fortunately, investment properties are becoming all the more popular in the United States. There are likely to be a number of people who are interested in buying your home if you market it as an investment property. For a home a that is not in the best of shape at the time that it is put on the market, marketing it as a single family home is not likely to be a good idea, as it is likely not in a quality to be particularly appealing to such buyers. However, marketing it as an investment property can have the opposite effect, as many investment buyers are looking for a place that they themselves can fix and spruce up, adding their own personal touches all along the way.
,br>Of course, it is important to note that selling your home or a home that you have inherited as an investment property is likely to mean that it will ultimately sell at a relatively low price. This is where the investment in investment property comes in, as investors are not likely to want to buy a home that is sold at a high price but still needs a lot of fixing up. But if you are looking for a quick sale, this is most likely the way to go. And selling a home without a realtor is likely to result in an even lesser payout – so, in the case of selling a home as an investment property, selling a home without a realtor is likely to not be particularly advisable by any standards.
Fortunately, selling your home as an investment property is likely to be successful, as investors in homes and real estate are more prevalent than ever before. In fact, more than twenty five percent (twenty seven percent, to be more exact) of all people here in the United States feel that investing in real estate is a sound investment and one that will be well worth it in the long run. Many people who invest in real estate have even investment in multiple properties. It has been found that up to ten million people own at least two real estate investment properties – and many own even more than just a mere two such properties.