Pinecrest Florida Real Estate and More...: Sell Before You Move

Sell Before You Move

Life happens and you might have no choice but to move from your Pinecrest home before it sells; this is not the best thing for you or your property.  You still have to continue paying your mortgage, property taxes, utilities, etc., and this can add up to some very serious expenses.

You will need to worry about vandalism, storm preparation, emergencies, landscaping, mold, pool maintenance, etc.  You really don’t want to move to your new home and have all this baggage with you.  So, give yourself, when possible, enough time to get your property sold.

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Comment balloon 2 commentsMarie Story • May 16 2011 04:22PM


Great post, Marie  Though we don't have to worry about shuttering up our properties in Maine, we do have to be concerned about keeping vacant properties heated for long periods of time which at $3.29 per gallon of oil can get expensive on top of the taxes, mortgage payments, yard upkeep including snow removal and, yes, homeowner's insurance -- many sellers are not aware that insurance companies may not insure a vacant home.  Do everything you can to get that property sold before you move!

Posted by Jane & Garry Smith, ABR, GRI, Realtors - Portland, ME - (207) 253-3195 (Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage) almost 8 years ago

Thank you for sharing this with us.  A couple of them we would not have even thought abot.  Now I wish we had put our property for sale sooner.

Posted by Sharon almost 8 years ago