4 Reasons to Sell Your Long Island House Directly

You are likely to avoid what you don’t understand; however, this often leads to missed opportunities. There are many different situations, issues with properties, and reasons for selling. When the time comes to sell your home, the traditional market and all the trappings of a real estate agent aren’t always a perfect fit. So, it’s … Continued

4 Things You Need to Know About Foreclosures in Long Island

Knowledge truly is power, and educating yourself about a subject unfamiliar to you can help remove the fear of the unknown common to borrowers who find themselves facing the possibility of foreclosure. If you are struggling to make your house payments, taking steps to understand the process will help you plan your moves instead of … Continued

How to Sell a Long Island House When You Own Back Taxes

Tax liens are like a giant stop sign for property owners who are ready to sell. Especially for those faced with a tax lien placed on their property so high that selling their home is the only option available to repay the debt, which will be due at closing. A word to the wise, working … Continued

5 Surprise Costs Homeowners Face When Selling a House in Long Island

Outside influences on the market, such as the economy and concerns about health, have created change, and the use of technology in real estate transactions continues to march forward. Therefore, real estate professionals must stay on top of all factors that affect home sales to remain successful. Because the real estate market changes at lightning … Continued

How to Sell Your Long Island House if You Have Bad Neighbors

Despite the home of your dreams being in the most picture-perfect neighborhood, a bad neighbor can make selling your home difficult. We will explore how to sell your Long Island house if you have bad neighbors.  Disclose In real estate transactions, you must practice full disclosure, but just what you must disclose about bad neighbors … Continued

How to Sell Your Long Island House if You Live in a Bad Area

Perhaps your area of town was highly desirable when you purchased your home, but neighborhoods can experience severe changes over time. For example, with increasing crime rates and a drop in home values, areas tend to undergo a downward progression.  When your property is in a bad area, with surrounding properties in varying states of … Continued

How to Sell Your Long Island House if You Live on a Busy Street

Some homeowners face unique challenges when they’re selling, such as being located on a bustling street. While there isn’t anything you can do about the level of traffic, you can take steps to enhance the property and make it more desirable to buyers, thereby increasing your final sales price. We will discuss how to sell … Continued