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Trent Brown on Nov 2

Selling a Home Fast for Cash

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Sometimes, homeowners find themselves in situations they can't get out of fast enough. Whether it's moving for a new job, trying to avoid foreclosure, an illness or death in the family, or just the craziness of COVID 19, there are times when it's tough to deal with the complications of selling a home. Whatever the reason, sometimes homeowners just need to get a fresh start.

Kimberley Pfeiler on Oct 7

Inheriting a Challenge

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Selling a home you've inherited from a loved one is a big responsibility, and it can be a very emotional process. And if you've inherited a home in bad condition, your inheritance can be more of a challenge than a blessing.

Kimberley Pfeiler on Aug 11

Selling an Investment Property

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In this article we'll explore how to sell an investment property. What are your options and which one makes the most sense?

Trent Brown on Jul 21

A House Divided: Selling a House Due to Divorce

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If you're going through a divorce and need to sell your house, your options are the same as everyone else's. But selling a house in the best of times is a stressful ordeal. Add the volatility of a divorce and it can be downright nightmarish.

Trent Brown on Jun 23

Facing Foreclosure: What Are Your Options?

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Foreclosure is a scary thing, and when it's on the verge of happening to you, it can feel like you aren't prepared at all. As the economy continues to be impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, foreclosure looms as a very real threat to many homeowners. At Myers Home Buyers, we're dedicated to helping people facing foreclosure, from providing you with in-depth information that will expand your knowledge on the foreclosure process, to helping you avoid foreclosure altogether. But before all of that, you need to know what exactly foreclosure is.

Trent Brown on May 8

Selling a Home for Retirement

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So, it's time to retire and downsize. What a medley of emotions. When you first purchased your home all those years ago, it was the blank canvas on which you'd paint your masterpiece. The stage on which the drama of your life with all of its ups and downs would play out. As time went on, those tiles you so painstakingly selected would become the hallowed ground on which tiny feet took their first precarious steps. But now those same feet, much bigger now, have set out on their own to blaze a new path. The nest, now empty, seems as primed as you for a new chapter.

Trent Brown on Apr 10

Selling a Home "As-Is"

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Listing a house is a lot of work. It means that you need to be available and have the house ready for meetings with Realtors, cleaning and staging, multiple showings to potential buyers, inspectors and appraisers. And you're competing with every other house on the market. So if your house is cluttered, dated, or needs major repairs, or if your life circumstances make it difficult for you to get the house ready, it may make the most sense to sell "as-is." You can sell to a buyer with the resources, energy and experience to deal with the condition of the home - and you can get on to a fresh start.

Kimberley Pfeiler on Feb 21

The Hard Work of Loss

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The death of a loved one is among the most stressful events a person can experience, according to the Holmes-Rahe Life Stress Inventory. When you're dealing with the physical and emotional toll of a death, it can be difficult to deal with all of the new practical life problems you're facing. Here are 3 things to keep in mind during this difficult time.

Kimberley Pfeiler on Jan 23

Should I Stay or Should I Go?

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If you've inherited a home, you really have 3 choices: live in it, sell it, or rent it out. Some individuals will move into an inherited home and sell their own properties that they've been living in. Others will rent the home out and sell belongings through an estate sale. Here are some key factors in deciding the right option for your situation.

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