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Should You Sign a Trust Deed When Selling Your House in Delaware County?

With so much paperwork to sign and complicated terminology involved in the transaction at closing, it can be confusing to understand just who signs a trust deed and when. However, holding real estate in a revocable living trust comes with many benefits, including estate tax savings, protection from creditors and avoiding probate. So read on … Continued

How to Sell Your House Faster in Delaware County With These Crafty Tips

Listing your home for sale is costly. After making your decision, beginning the process of prepping for the sale of your home and then placing it on the market, days or weeks may have already passed. In the meantime, you’re still paying any existing mortgage, taxes, insurance and monthly expenses for maintaining the property. For … Continued

How to Sell Your House Before the End of the Year in Delaware County

In a hurry to sell before the end of the year? While sales activities may be slightly slowing and interest rates are rising, housing values are increasing overall, and supplies are still considered low, with only around eight months of supply available on the real estate market at the end of 2022.  However, you can … Continued

5 Tips for Selling Your Delaware County House in the Current Market

While real estate markets go through shifts and there is a cooling trend, the numbers show home prices are still rising, and the inventory of available homes is still low. Because of the law of supply and demand, the current market is still considered a seller’s market. However, according to the U.S. Census Bureau and … Continued

What You Should Know About Selling a Co-Owned Property in Delaware County

Co-ownership of a property allows participants to purchase property that would otherwise be beyond their means. For example, co-ownership is an excellent way for close friends or family members to help split the costs of a shared property or several properties in vacation spots, such as a beachfront property and a mountain home.  Co-ownership also … Continued