How to Negotiate Repairs After a Home Inspection: Haggling Tips for BuyersBy Cathie Ericson | Oct 19, 2017 fstop123/iStockIf you're buying a home, you'll want to know how to
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Homes with outdated kitchens and baths are only two of the many limitations that lead homeowners to have ambivalent feelings about their homes. The good news is that they no longer need to feel compelled to live with compromise because current market conditions may allow them to sell their homes at prices that enable them to make an upmarket move. With interest rates at low levels and consumer demand increasing by the day, it is possible to get prices for their homes that many homeowners would find difficult to ignore. To see if the price you might get for your home is enough to get you to sell, ask for a complimentary comparative market analysis.
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HINT: Before renovating outdated kitchens to make their homes more saleable, sellers may want to consider offering their homes “as is” to buyers who want to get a home at a bargain price in order to create their own dream kitchen.
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