Large online investment firms known as “iBuyers” provide automated offers to home sellers.
Before selling with an iBuyer, homeowners should know how their algorithms work to generate offers — and how these offers may differ from a traditional buyer’s offer.
New data shows that selling to an iBuyer could cost the seller 2-3 times more than when they sell with a traditional real estate agent who earns a commission.
Beloved household animals can leave behind smells that could turn off potential buyers when a home is for sale. Homeowners—who may have become “nose blind” to the smells—may want to take a few steps to remove any lingering smells prior to their first showing. Here are a few tips from HouseLogic.com, a home improvement resource: