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Why You Should Sell Your House in The Springtime in Umatilla

You’ve probably heard it many times before, but it’s still just as true as it’s ever been: spring is the best time to try to sell a house. There are the obvious reasons, of course. Winter’s inclement weather is gone, the sun is out, and people are more inclined to be out house hunting. There … Continued

6 Repairs to Make NOW to Sell Your FL Home This Spring

No longer can you just throw your house up on the market and hope for the best. That used to work, but not so much anymore. Now the watchword is “fixing to sell,” which means that you’ll likely have to perform certain repairs and updates to meet buyers’ expectations. And this applies especially during spring when inventory … Continued

What Umatilla Home Sellers Can Expect Going Into 2021

Want to know what home sellers can expect going into 2021? When it comes to the real estate market, 2020 has been a turbulent year filled with a lot of negative emotions, and preparing to put your home on the market may seem unrealistic. To get you prepared for what could be waiting around the … Continued

How To Sell A House With Cloudy Title In Umatilla

A cloudy title (or cloud on a title) can stop a real estate sale dead in its tracks. Typically, a cloud on the title is discovered during the title search and is any document, claim, unreleased lien, or other encumbrance that could make the title doubtful or invalidate/impair the title to the property. Basically, if … Continued

How To Sell Your Fixer-Upper House Fast In Umatilla

Maybe it was an investment project that you now have neither the time nor inclination to see through to the end. Or maybe it’s a less-then-pristine house you inherited and don’t want to pay taxes and insurance on. Whatever the case, you now have a fixer-upper on your hands that you need to sell fast. … Continued

How To Sell Your Probate Property In Umatilla

Selling probate property (real estate) involves a series of steps carefully regulated, managed, and monitored by the probate court. There are strict deadlines and specialized documents to be used, and the court must oversee the entire sale process including marketing, negotiations, and actual sale. In addition, there will be a number of principals involved in … Continued
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