People aren’t choosing your home, and you need to understand why. It could be because of the state of your home. Do you have leaky plumbing, or an old roof? Do you have the same kitchen cabinets from when your home was built decades ago? Buyers would rather find a similar home at the same price point that comes without any issues. They don’t want to put any work in past painting and hanging up their family photos.
If your home’s flaws are so significant that buyers aren’t willing to overlook them, this usually means they’re going to be very costly problems to contend with. It isn’t peeling paint or dirty windows that send buyers on their way. It’s things like water damage, fire damage, mold, bad plumbing, and roof leaks. Buyers want a home in good condition, and getting your home in the right place could cost tens of thousands of dollars.
If you don’t have tens of thousands of dollars, or if you don’t have the time to wait for repairs to be made, there’s another route you can take. Investors aren’t swayed by homes in bad condition, because they intend to do work on the home anyway. If you’re looking for the most convenient way out, it’s worth looking into an investor.