Are you being pestered by Should I stay or Should I go?
Selling your home in Coral Springs and other South Florida towns? What is badgering you while you try to decide on whether or not you should stay or go?
- Are you moving up because you and your family are bursting at the seams?
- If you're bursting at the seams and you want to move to a larger home, you couldn't have picked a better time to move when home prices are at attractive low prices
- This move will be dependent upon how you're sitting with your current home: Do you have equity in your home to be able to move? Do you know your home's value? This can be critical in determining whether or not you can make the move to a larger home.
- Are you downsizing as all the kids are grown and now the home echoes of emptiness?
- When it's now just you and your spouse left at home, you wonder why should you spend so much time and money caring for a large home now.
- This move will also be dependent upon how you're sitting with your current home: Do you have equity in your home.
- The home's selling price that you're downsizing from won't be as critical compared to if you're moving up: you're buying a smaller home so you'll likely need less money for your new home purchase.
- Or are you experiencing a financial hardship like far too many distressed South Florida Sellers and you are having a hard taking making your mortgage payments or are living paycheck to paycheck?
- If you're experiencing a financial hardship like some 20%-45% of all Coral Springs home sales with other South Florida cities experiencing similar sales, your decision will likely be based on things other than what price you can get for your home. You may just be trying to avoid foreclosure looking for foreclosure options.
- Selling your home as a Short Sale may be an option for you and you should contact a Short Sale Specialist; make sure you ask the right questions of the Short Sale Specialist such as: how long have they been selling homes as Short Sales, how many homes have they listed and sold as a Short Sale and what is their Short Sale closing ratio. The answers to these questions are critical to your Short Sale success.
These are are 3 different scenarios that are playing out to many South Florida homeowners on whether or not they should sell their house. Don't try to solve it on your own; ask for assistance. Find out your homes value, the values of homes you can see yourself living in or if you're fighting to avoid foreclosure, know your options.
Seek help and you shall find answers to your pestering circumstances.
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- Topic: Home Selling