[Book] How to Sell a House Fast in a Slow Real Estate Market

Friday 14 November 2008

Tactics and strategies for getting the best price in a stagnant market.

By The Landlord

How to Sell a House Fast in a Slow Real Estate Market

A 30-Day Plan for Motivated Sellers
By William Bronchick & Ray Cooper $29.95 plus p&p

With a slowing real estate market combined with a possible recession, selling a home can be difficult. Many homeowners owe more than the value of their homes but can't afford their mortgages. In this challenging real estate environment, it's not enough to simply list a home and wait; motivated sellers actually have to sell their homes.

Through aggressive marketing techniques, advertising, strategic repairs and upgrades, home staging, and many other creative and effective tactics, homeowners can finally stop whining about the market and do something different, like finally sell their home.

For struggling homeowners who have the guts to do it right and do it themselves, this is the ultimate guide to getting the best price as fast as possible.

About the authors
William Bronchick is ceo of Legalwiz Publications, as well as an attorney, entrepreneur, speaker, and coauthor, with Robert Dahlstrom, of the bestselling book, Flipping Properties: How to Generate Instant Cash Profits in Real Estate.

To order your own copy please visit Good Returns Bookstore or click here

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