• Are You a Motivated Seller? Are You a Motivated Seller?

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    Are You a Motivated Seller?

    In today’s real estate market, efficiency in the selling and buying process is expected from home owners and potential home owner. It is even more crucial when one is motivated to sell their home who usually expect a shorter time duration for the home sales process to be completed.

    So who are these motivated sellers?

     

    1. Homeowners who are under threat of foreclosures

    When a homeowner is behind in paying their mortgages, sooner or later, the homeowner will be foreclosed on by a bank. To save their credit rating, the homeowner will try to work out with the mortgage lender on a short sale deal.

    This means that the home will be sold and all the proceeds will go to the lender who is willing to accept less money than the amount owed on the home mortgage.

    The homeowner will be eager to sell the property to avoid foreclosure.

     

    2. Job relocation 

    Every year, thousands of employees get transferred to a different part of town or even the country. These homeowners ideally would like to move to the new relocated area before their jobs begin.

    The homeowner would not have much time to look for the right buyer as time will not be on their side. Instead, they’ll want to ensure that the sales process is quick and hassle free to facilitate their upcoming move to...

    In today’s real estate market, efficiency in the selling and buying process is expected from home owners and potential home owner. It is even more crucial when one is motivated to sell their home who usually expect a shorter time duration for the home sales process to be completed.

    So who are these motivated sellers?

     

    1. Homeowners who are under threat of foreclosures

    When a homeowner is behind in paying their mortgages, sooner or later, the homeowner will be foreclosed on by a bank. To save their credit rating, the homeowner will try to work out with the mortgage lender on a short sale deal.

    This means that the home will be sold and all the proceeds will go to the lender who is willing to accept less money than the amount owed on the home mortgage.

    The homeowner will be eager to sell the property to avoid foreclosure.

     

    2. Job relocation 

    Every year, thousands of employees get transferred to a different part of town or even the country. These homeowners ideally would like to move to the new relocated area before their jobs begin.

    The homeowner would not have much time to look for the right buyer as time will not be on their side. Instead, they’ll want to ensure that the sales process is quick and hassle free to facilitate their upcoming move to...

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