What’s your time worth?

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03/14/2014 | Author: Ward Lowe

There are just too many hours in the day, aren’t there? If you need a time-intensive project to fill the moments not occupied by your work and family commitments, consider selling your house without a Texas REALTOR®.

You’ll get to spend hours learning about real estate transactions and studying your local real estate market. Then you can create a sales and marketing strategy that incorporates an in-depth analysis of values in your neighborhood.

Settled on a price? Now get out there and advertise your property. Spend your Sundays hosting open houses, and be sure you’re available to leave work whenever a buyer wants to see your home.

Next, you can learn about Texas real estate forms—where to find them, which ones you need, how to fill them out. And don’t worry about getting sued; that only happens if you don’t know what you’re doing.

I’m sure the many hours of effort you’ll spend on these and other related tasks will be worth it in the end. And you won’t have to worry about how to use your plentiful free time.

Categories: Sellers
Tags: selling, fsbo, texas realtor, open house


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