Michele Buckman has put together some videos discussing the current DC market and what the future may hold for the real estate market in the Washington DC area.
It can sometimes be a challenge when selling a Washington DC home from out of town. If you’ve already relocated or have other reasons to be selling a Washington DC home, you’ll need to find a Washington DC Real Estate expert like Michelle Buckman, Realtor, who can help make it easier.
Michelle Buckman can give you sound advice, and connect you with other professionals that can advise you of any particular legal and tax concerns with the sale of your home.
If you’re selling a Washington DC home that has renters, you’ll need to inform your tenant properly, and allow for plenty of time for them to move out. If possible, you’ll want to visit the rental home, assess any needed repairs, and be sure to budget time and money to get those done.
Once the home is vacant, it's important to give it a lived-in feel. So make sure you have an automatic lights and a working security system. These two items can significantly diminish the chances of your home getting broken into or vandalized.
Of course, Realtor Michelle Buckman will spend time at your home during showings. For peace of mind, you’ll also want to have a local relative or trusted friend to check in on your home from time to time.
For more tips on selling a Washington DC home, please contact Michelle Buckman, Realtor. Michelle Buckman has the experience you need to help you with selling a Washington DC home from out of town. Representing W.C. & A.N. Miller, a Long & Foster Company, and Christie's Great Estates properties in Capitol Hill, and the surrounding Washington DC area, including NW DC, Chevy Chase, the Waterfront, and the Trinidad DC neighborhoods, Michelle works with a full range of very satisfied clients.