Blog Post Discusses When It Is the Right Time for Selling a Property In South Jersey

November 19, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - We Buy Houses South Jersey, an investment company based in Mays Landing, New Jersey, has announced that they have recently published a blog post on how to know when it is time to sell a house in South Jersey. The article is titled, “How to Know When It Is Time to Sell Your House in South Jersey,” and points out that many people are stuck with the wrong notion that they have to live in the same house forever. Thus, they quietly suffer from the inconveniences of their house, never considering the possibility of selling their house and moving to another house that would make more sense for them.

Brian Rudderow, owner and CEO of We Buy Houses South Jersey, says, “The best time to sell your South Jersey house is when you realize that there are many disadvantages of living in your home. For instance, your house is no longer large enough for your family. Or the opposite might be true. The house has become too big, possibly because the children have grown up and now have their own family.”

Aside from the house being too small or too big, there could be other reasons why a particular house in South Jersey is no longer suitable for the homeowner and other members of the family. Perhaps the homeowner has moved to another company that is now much farther away from the house, and it has now become very tiring to drive several miles to work or waiting for the train. The homeowner may have noticed that he now spends a lot of time on the road, substantially reducing quality time with family or friends.

On the other hand, it may be time to profit from a house that has substantially increased in value since the time it was bought. It is true that capital gains taxes could drastically reduce the profit that can be enjoyed from selling a house but if the increase in value is significant enough, it may be time to sell the house and enjoy the profits and use the extra money for other purposes.

Meanwhile, for those who have vacant land in South Jersey, they may have realized that selling their land is not as easy as selling a home. This is because there is a smaller market for vacant land compared to residential properties. Also, real estate agents will often not give priority to vacant land. That is because the land will usually have a smaller seller price compared to residential homes. And because real estate agents earn a living through commissions, which are a percentage of the selling price, they will naturally focus more on selling homes than land.

Fortunately, investment firms like We Buy Houses South Jersey can help people with regards to how to sell land in South Jersey. They will ensure that the landowner will get a fair price for the land. They can also facilitate the deal and make the process run smoothly and quickly. Because of their experience in buying properties in South Jersey, they can be sure to make a fair and no-obligation offer.

We Buy Houses South Jersey can also help those who want to sell their house fast for cash. To ensure that the transaction will proceed smoothly, homeowners will need to make sure that the title is clear, which means there are no liens or other encumbrances. The investment company will make a no-obligation offer after taking a look at the house. And because it is a cash deal, the seller and buyer can easily set the closing date that is convenient for both of them. With a cash deal, they can simply meet up at a notary’s office to sign the relevant documents and the seller receives a cashier’s check. And it should also be mentioned that because there is no real estate agent, there would be no commissions or fees to be paid by the seller.

Those who are interested in getting cash for houses in South Jersey can visit the We Buy Houses South Jersey or contact them on the phone or through email.


For more information about We Buy Houses South Jersey, contact the company here:

We Buy Houses South Jersey
Brian Rudderow
12 Pennington Ave
Mays Landing, NJ 08330

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