Real Estate Expert, Robert Irwin guides home sellers through the "For Sale By Owner Process! The "For Sale By Owner Kit, now in it's 4th edition, is the classic resource for people interested in selling their homes themselves. The 4th edition has been completely revised and updated to reflect the latest trends in FSBO: working with discount brokers, using fee for service real estate consultants, and the latest technologies affecting the FSBO market. Irwin addresses selling a home quickly in ANY market, when to start including a timeline from start to finish, important tax consequences of selling a home, handling home inspections, and showing the property to potential buyers.
Sell your California home yourself -- and save big! Using a broker to sell your home can cost you up to six percent of the selling price -- in other words, if you sell your house for $400,000, you can lose up to $24,000. But you'll save that money if you sell the house yourself, and it's not hard to do! Thoroughly revised and scrupulously researched, For Sale by Owner in California takes you step by step through the entire selling process, from putting your house on the market to transferring the title. Find out how to: select the best time to sell prepare your house for sale price and market your home coordinate the sale of one house with the purchase of another screen buyers for financial feasibility make required disclosures working with or without real estate agents attract potential buyers with creative financing handle multiple offers write and negotiate a contract complete the escrow process The 10th edition of For Sale by Owner in California reflects the most recent changes in the housing market and laws, and now includes additional discussion of the importance of pricing a house to sell and performing a thorough vetting of potential buyers' financial conditions. It also provides all the forms and instructions you need, including: disclosure forms offer and counteroffer sales contract contingency releases deeds second mortgage note and more Not a resident of the Golden State? Check out the Nolo books Selling Your House in a Tough Market and Nolo's Essential Guide to Buying Your First Home for real estate help in your state. Nolo has dozens of products created just for California residents. Check out Nolo's list of California products.
"The Homeowner's Guide to For Sale by Owner details each benefit FSBO brings and explains how you can accomplish this task while saving money. Now, selling your home without a realtor or broker will be fast and easy. You will learn the entire FSBO process. You will learn how to set the sales price and how to save the 6 to 8 percent real estate commission, which can add up to thousands or tens of thousands of dollars in savings. You will learn how to stage your home for a showing and have a professional appraisal and home inspection to ensure a successful sale. You will learn how to market, advertise, and show your home, list your home for sale on the Internet or local multiple listing service (MLS), host an open house, and develop and market a fact sheet. If selling your home is on your list of things to do, do not [let] the current market deter you: Let this book be your guide to saving money and selling your house the FSBO way"--Cover, p. 4.
Step by Step How to sell your real estate by owner and save the commission. Written by the originator of the Flat Fee MLS concept. Every detail you need to know to successfully sell by owner. Simple detailed steps to follow to successfully compete with brokers in the real estate market. Make the smart decision. Learn how to sell by owner and pocket your equity
As Kentuckiana braces itself for the hottest day on record, John must sell his recently deceased parent's van. As a day of crazy buyers pushes him to the brink, a light-hearted young woman named Ariana may just be his saving grace.
Fiction. In Kelcey Parker's tales of twisted domesticity, a woman gives her family up for Lent; a mother finds redemption at Chuck E. Cheese; a former best-friend-forever wreaks baby shower havoc; a bride swallows a housefly at the altar; and a suburbanite's obsession with "memory books" puts her family in jeopardy. These stories offer a contemporary and dryly funny view of marriage, parenting and loss. Fans of Lorrie Moore and Antonya Nelson will find kinship in Parker's wit and generosity of spirit. This debut collection marks the appearance of a writer with a new perspective on family, home, and an evolving American subculture.
If most Americans accept the notion that the market is the most efficient means to distribute resources, why should body parts be excluded? Each year thousands of people die waiting for organ transplants. Many of these deaths could have been prevented were it not for the almost universal moral hand-wringing over the concept of selling human organs. Kidney for Sale by Owner, now with a new preface, boldly deconstructs the roadblocks that are standing in the way of restoring health to thousands of people. Author and bioethicist Mark Cherry reasserts the case that health care could be improved and lives saved by introducing a regulated transplant organs market rather than by well-meant, but misguided, prohibitions.