Tag Archives | sell-my-house-fast

I Inherited A House, What To Do? Should I rent or sell in Connecticut?

I Inherited A House, What To Do? Should I rent or sell in Connecticut? First, we’re so sorry for your loss. This can be a very challenging time for many reasons, and dealing with property ownership is tough at the best of times. Having to make an important decision on what to do with a […]

Continue Reading Comments { 0 }

Help, I’m behind in my mortgage payments in Connecticut!

I’m behind in my mortgage payments When you fall behind in your mortgage payments on your Connecticut home, it can feel like you’re drowning in debt. Even if you’re able to make your monthly payment, catching up on a past due balance can be an overwhelming challenge. There’s a few options that can help you to […]

Continue Reading Comments { 0 }

Find a Real Estate Agent in Connecticut

How to find a real estate agent in Connecticut? Hiring a good real estate agent in Connecticut can be frustrating. So what are the steps? Many local large real estate brokers will spend thousands of dollars each month to ensure that their agents are the most visible, whether it be online, in the Yellow Pages, or by […]

Continue Reading Comments { 0 }

How to Sell Your House In Connecticut

How To Sell Your House In Connecticut  Home ownership just isn’t what it was in the 1950’s. So you may be asking yourself, how to Sell Your House in Connecticut. Look no further, we can help! In the past, people would buy a home and live there for the rest of their lives, often passing it on […]

Continue Reading Comments { 0 }

How to “sell my house in Wallingford”

Sell Your Wallingford House Fast  If you’re looking to “sell my house in Wallingford”, Jeff and Jenna can help. We pay fair prices for properties – and we can close fast (in as little as 7 – 10 days if you need). Although we do cooperate with brokers, sometimes it’s best to avoid paying someone to be in […]

Continue Reading Comments { 0 }

Selling My House Fast in Meriden

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

Continue Reading Comments { 0 }

I’m Relocating And Need To Sell My House In Wallingford, Warwick, Meriden, New Haven, Torrington and many more cities...as well as New York

Relocation is a complicated exercise in coordination. We get local Wallingford, Warwick, Meriden, New Haven, Torrington and many more cities…as well as New York home sellers calling us or submitting their house info on this website every week saying “I’m relocating and need to sell my house in Wallingford, Warwick, Meriden, New Haven, Torrington and […]

Continue Reading Comments { 0 }

How to Avoid Foreclosure in Wallingford, Warwick, Meriden, New Haven, Torrington and many more cities...as well as New York

While the housing market is rebounding, many people in Wallingford, Warwick, Meriden, New Haven, Torrington and many more cities…as well as New York] are still struggling to make their mortgage payments. If you’re underwater on your home, or having trouble keeping up with your monthly mortgage payments, you could be fearful that your mortgage provider is going […]

Continue Reading Comments { 0 }

Short Sale vs. Foreclosure – What’s the Difference?

Whether you’re a buyer or a borrower / seller, a short sale and foreclosure each present different advantages and difficulties. What Is A Foreclosure In Wallingford, Warwick, Meriden, New Haven, Torrington and many more cities…as well as New York CT? In simple terms… “A foreclosed home is one in which the owner is unable to […]

Continue Reading Comments { 0 }

How to stay in my home after foreclosure in Wallingford, Warwick, Meriden, New Haven, Torrington and many more cities...as well as New York

A recent study estimates that 47% of foreclosed properties are still occupied. When you first see that stat you may be surprised… but we’re not. What most people don’t realize is that banks aren’t in the business to own homes. They are in the business to loan people money. But when they have to foreclose […]

Continue Reading Comments { 0 }