Comparing Your Selling Options in Fayetteville, NC

Did you know there are multiple ways to sell your house in Fayetteville? Learn about your selling options in our latest post! Many people think that selling their house requires an agent’s help. They will find an agent, sign a listing agreement and wait. While this method of selling works great for some people, for … Continued

5 Signs of a Trustworthy Home Buyer in Raleigh, NC

If you want to sell your house in Raleigh NC, you have likely seen many homebuying companies out there wanting to purchase your home. However, not all buyers are the same. In our latest post, learn more about how to separate the good home buyers from the bad ones! You might not know that you have many … Continued

8 Tips For Selling A Distressed Property in Durham, NC

Selling a distressed property in Durham can feel like a challenge. How much should you spend fixing it? What’s is it really worth? Properties like this aren’t usually found on the MLS and are often avoided by many agents. This is simply because there isn’t a high market for homes like this. An investor will … Continued

Why Isn’t My House Selling in Fayetteville

Why do some homes sell right away? Why do some sit on the market for months at a time? And why isn’t your house selling? In our latest post, we will help you to consider some reasons why your house isn’t selling, and what you can do about it! Selling a home takes work. It … Continued

Selling My House Fast in Fayetteville

You need to sell your Fayetteville house fast right?  If you’re saying… “I’m having the toughest time selling my house fast in Fayetteville“… you’re at the right place 🙂 These tips will help you get your property sold. [NOTE: Most important – if you really need to sell fast, consider the option of selling for cash offer … Continued

How do I sell my house without an agent in Fayetteville?

If you’re looking to sell your house or investment property in Fayetteville without using a real estate agent, we can help. Although we do cooperate with brokers, sometimes it’s best to avoid paying someone to be in the middle. After all, paying 5-6% of the sale of a property in a commission is a lot of money. … Continued