If you're like most people selling their home, you'd probably like to find a buyer as quickly as possible who won't lowball their offers and make you feel like you have to sell your home for less than you'd like to just close a deal. Luckily, you can take some control over how much interest your home gets to increase the likelihood that it will sell quickly. Here are for things to consider doing before you put your home on the market:
If you are considering renting a house, you might start your search with the local paper or a few real estate web sites. However, when you are ready to find your desired rental, you should seriously consider signing a representation contract with a real estate agent to allow them to look for you. Often times, renters do not pay for the services of real estate agents (although the costs the owner pays may be reflected in your rent), but the benefits are worth taking the time to find an agent you trust.