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Many people want to move into the brighter future that can come with selling their current home and transitioning into a new one, but hesitate to do so because they’re faced with one of three common challenges: 

  1. They’re scared of becoming homeless during their transition between properties. 

  2. Their home needs a lot of work, and they don’t know where to begin. 

  3. They don’t think they can afford a down payment. 

Let’s tackle these three challenges one by one by discussing a few solutions. 

First, those who fear homelessness should consider selling first, and then either negotiating a rentback agreement or a delayed closing while they search for their next property. By renting your property back from the buyer for a few weeks after closing, or by asking that closing be delayed until you’ve found the right home, you can easily protect yourself against the possibility of homelessness. 

So what about the second challenge? How can this be addressed? Actually, as with each of these challenges, I would be happy to personally assist you in taking care of this problem. I own a construction company, and we would be happy to help you get your home market-ready. I also own an investment company. So, if you would rather forgo improvements altogether, you may prefer to sell to me outright. 

Whatever challenge you’re facing, I encourage you to get in touch with me.

As for the final challenge, the key to overcoming this problem is realizing that it isn’t a problem at all. You don’t actually need a down payment to purchase a home. There are many loan programs out there that allow you to buy property for no money down. 

Whatever challenge you’re facing, I encourage you to get in touch with me. Let’s have a conversation. I’ve got the knowledge, resources, and experience necessary to make your real estate goals a reality. If you have any other questions or would like more information, please give me a call or send me an email. I look forward to hearing from you soon.