5 Things You Can Do To Sell Your Attached House In Washington

An attached house in Washington is a dwelling that shares a common wall or walls with another dwelling. These are most commonly duplexes and townhouses, but can also be other multi-family dwellings with a higher number of units. If you’re ready to sell, here are five things you can do to sell your attached house … Continued

Top 5 Reasons why sellers want to sell houses

#1 Bottom line People underestimate how much transaction fees are.  In DC, the seller typically pays 6% agent commission and pays the part of the tax, which is 1.45%.  Therefore, the seller may lose about 10% of the sales price to those transaction costs.  Smart sellers figure out that they may end up losing more … Continued

Question:  Why Can’t I sell at Zillow’s Price?

I buy houses directly from sellers all the time. One of my most asked questions is “Why can’t I sell at Zillow’s price.” This is a valid question, it’s worth investigating. Zillow provides the “market price” for houses.  But it pulls comps from a very wide area without considering the locality. In DC, the price … Continued

4 Ways To Deal With A Frustrating Tenant In Washington

Are you a landlord with frustrating tenants? You’re not alone. Many landlords find out the hard way that they have frustrating tenants in one of their rental properties. In this article, we’re sharing 4 ways to deal with a frustrating tenant in Washington and in the 20002 zip code. If you own a rental property, … Continued

Secret to sell your house fast

Cash for houses in Washington DC  – how to sell your house in DC for fast cash! It is not a secret that you can sell a house very quickly.  It is three conditions that have to be met; market, price, and condition. Have you ever wondered how to sell your house for cash with … Continued

How to sell my house without paying commissions

Do you know if you can sell the house without a realtor so that you won’t have to pay commission?.  This is a new way to sell your house.  You can avoid scheduling open houses, and maintaining super clean and organized estates.  You don’t have to do  “lender required repairs.”  If you think that selling … Continued