DIVORCE, FINANCIAL HARDSHIPS, WORK RELOCATION
This isn’t a “normal” time in your life.
Don't settle for the "normal" approach to selling your home.
Selling your home under less-than-ideal circumstances is already an emotional process. Let’s eliminate the extra stress (and missed steps) that can occur when you “rush” to market instead of working quickly AND efficiently.
Our process keeps distressed home sellers informed, realistic and prepared for their next steps.
Step #1: get clear on your situation, needs, and goals
No divorce, estate sale, financial hardship or work relocation is exactly alike.
That’s why our first step is to uncover the unique requirements for your home-selling process.
No guessing. No assumptions. Fewer chances for mistakes.
Step #2: create and implement a go-to-market strategy--FAST
Whether you need to simply break even, you’re looking to make a small profit or just want to complete the sale with no direct out-of-pocket costs, we know you want it done quickly!
We’ll match your needs to the current market conditions to ensure and manage the entire process quickly, efficiently and accurately.
Step #3: ensure a proper closing and get you ready to move forward
We don’t just walk away once the “SOLD” sticker is on your yard sign!
While you’re waiting for the right buyer, we’re making sure you have a solid moving plan in place so you’re ready to accept the offer when it comes.
From there we attend the closing with you to ensure that it all goes smoothly.
Ready to get started? Request a FREE comparable market analysis (CMA) to get an idea of what your property is currently worth. Or schedule a time to talk.
Listen as Toni McCree, owner of CityScape Realty, LLC, walks us through how she helped a divorcing couple meet the specific requirements of their divorce decree without sacrificing speed or efficiency.
Sell your home quickly and with less stress than you anticipate!
We know that speed and efficiency is important, but a lot happens between when you decide to sell your home and the actual closing date.
Contact us to ask any questions you have about selling your home under less than ideal circumstances (divorce, bankruptcy or other financial hardships, estate sales, work relocations and more,) or to request a time to talk.