When you picture residential real estate, you most likely picture a home sitting on a traditionally sized lot in a developed neighborhood. This may be the most common type of real estate to hit the residential market. But there’s also undeveloped land, and selling undeveloped land is far different from selling a traditional home in a regular neighborhood. Read on for several tips on getting the most out of selling land.
Fixer-uppers can be a challenge for owners and real estate professionals to market. Many prospective home buyers are looking for a move-in ready home that will be reliable. Some people are turned off by the idea of having to invest time and money in renovations, and the fear of the unknown is enough to have them overlook any properties that are being sold as-is.
Despite the number of homeowners who disregard any fixer-uppers, there is a lot of potential in selling a home as-is. If you’re looking to sell your home quickly, then listing it as-is could be the right option for you or your client. With the right marketing knowledge, you can find qualified buyers, market a fixer-upper at the right price and get it sold quickly and for more money.
You might be familiar with an auction as an accelerated approach to selling property to the public. You might also be aware that auctions attract attention, expanding your network of buyers while also raising sales prices through a competitive bidding process. But these are only a few of the many reasons why real estate auctions are the sales model of the future.