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Costs of Selling Your House Yourself in Washington, DC

February 15, 2018 By  Cash2seller  Share  Tweet  +1 If you’re thinking of selling your own home without the help of an agent, then you are probably doing your up-front research and thinking about what expenses you might incur. That’s smart. In this blog post we’ll review the costs of selling your house yourself in Washington, […]

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4 Things You Should Know About Selling Your Own House in Washington, DC

February 8, 2018 By Cash2seller Home Buyers  Share  Tweet  +1 Thinking about selling your house yourself? There are many reasons why you might want to do that! But just because it might make financial sense to do so, are you aware of all the ins and outs involved? Read this blog post to learn the […]

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3 Advantages Of Selling Your Own Home In Washington, DC

Sell It Yourself Advantage #1. You’re In Control The first advantage of selling your home yourself in Washington, DC is that you remain firmly in control. You see, with a real estate agent, they’ll come in with many different ideas and strategies and ultimately tell you how you should sell your home. They may decide […]

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How To Sell Your Home Fast In Washington, DC

January 25, 2018 By Cash2Seller Home Buyers  Share  Tweet  +1 Real estate markets fluctuate — sometimes they are really hot and there are so many buyers that sellers will list a property and it gets snapped up the same day. Sometimes markets are kind of soft, which means a house might stay on a listing […]

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Can a house be sold while in probate in Washington, DC?

October 26, 2017 By Cash2Seller Home Buyers  Share  Tweet  +1  Pin it Probate is the process of reassigning the property to the beneficiaries after the person dies. When a person passes away they leave their loved ones and their property behind. Sometimes the last will or the Testate is left behind by the person and […]

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 Inherited a House, What To Do? – Should I rent or sell in Washington, DC?

November 9, 2017 By Cash2Seller Home Buyers  Share  Tweet  +1 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. You’re thinking, “I inherited a house, what to do with this house?” Should I rent it? […]

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Foreclosure Prevention Measures In Washington, DC and the DC Metro Area

Local DC homeowners who are facing a financial challenge may find themselves in foreclosure. Foreclosure is when the mortgage loan doesn’t get paid back and the bank begins the process to take ownership of the property to recoup its losses. If you find yourself entering the foreclosure process, you might wonder if there is anything you can […]

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Will I Get a Fair Price from Cash Buyers in Washington, DC?

You’ve likely heard about investors who pay cash for houses and wondered how the process works. Another question you may have had was if you could get a fair price from cash buyers. Wondering what your house in Wahington, DC is worth and if you’ll get a fair price is normal for house sellers. Let’s see […]

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4 Tax Questions to Ask When Inheriting a House in Washington, DC

Photo credit When you inherit a house in Washington, DC the tax implications can seem confusing. Most people don’t know what to do next. But before you try to sell a DC house you’ve inherited, make sure you have the answers to your most important tax questions. 1. Does the Home Sale Tax Exclusion Apply to […]

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Washington, DC August 2017 Monthly Housing Market Update

August 2017 Monthly Housing Market Update for Washington, DC Washington, DC Monthly housing market update for August 2017 Summary: The District of Columbia Home prices, non inflation adjusted, are past 2007 levels nationally. Inflation adjusted, prices are just shy of 2007 peak. The rent vs home price index is approaching 2007 levels, and is significantly […]

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