Let’s face it. You probably already have a day job every day that can physically and/or mentally exhaust you at the end of the day. The last thing you want to do after a long day of work is to do your second job of trying to sell your home. Whatever the reason is, and hopefully, it is because you want to liquidate to go live your dream or to look for your next home, you put a lot of effort into that home.
You made that huge purchase, and made all those sacrifices to make sure that you were able to pay your mortgage on time, and that you were able to build up that equity. That’s why you make sure to work as hard as possible to keep earning those healthy paychecks. Then you find out that you need to sell your home, and all the stress and anxiety that built up when you were buying your home in New York, resurface exponentially because you realize you are on the harder side of the line this time around.
Being a seller is definitely a frustrating position to be in. You have to be very patient and deal with feedback that is not always necessary at times. Potential buyers will do everything in their power to lower the price, even if you are offering the property at below market value. Everyone likes to think that they have great negotiating skills, and even if they are able to knock off a couple thousand to close the deal, for only the reason to win the negotiation, they will do it nine out of ten times.
You don’t want to get into a negotiating battle with a stranger and their even stranger real estate agent. You want to be able to get out of your current property and on with the next part of your life, wherever it may take you. The only thing you have on your side is that the housing market has been healthy recently, especially in New York. This has made it easier to give you more wiggle room with what you are offering to sell your property for. In reality, if you’re around the market price, you really shouldn’t negotiate down the price any further than is necessary.
Even if you work with a real estate agent who is supposed to help take the burden of selling your property off of you, it rarely ends up that way. Real estate agents will call you the moment they have an offer, regardless if you’re at work or having dinner, because they are usually obligated to, and there are strict rules in NY regarding that. They also want to push the sale through, regardless of exactly how beneficial it may be to you because they want to be paid and want to move on to the next property.
Their disregard and lack of empathy make them great salespeople that don’t really help you out in the end. Of course, if you feel like losing your hair or prematurely having your hair grow in white, you could handle the whole process yourself and have to talk to every single individual potential buyer or agent that comes your way, answering the same questions over and over again, with no commitment as to whether they will buy your property or not.
Where your property is located in New York is a really great market right now. We at Sell New York House feel the same way that’s why we’re extremely focused not only in New York but with properties throughout the state of NY. We are the local experts that understand the current market temperature and are always available to offer complete all-cash deals and get you liquidated with little to no negotiation. We won’t need to bother you with multiple visits or ask a dozen questions that you have heard before and aren’t always necessary.
There are enough stress triggers in life, and we are there in New York to try to remove the one included with selling your home as our whole mission is to buy your house. We buy houses every day within NY, and try to keep the process as smooth as possible at all times. We don’t need to worry about extensive paperwork and timelines for processing since we have the cash up front and ready to go. Do not hesitate to call us at 914-825-6126 or fill out the form below. When we quickly get back to you, you won’t be sorry.
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