Selling a house without delay
An expert says overseeing a rental from a distance rarely works well
As the economy heals, more people who’ve lost a job are finding new work, albeit often in a distant location. But moving for work often means selling a beloved home, and that transition can be painful, said Ronald Phipps, a veteran real estate broker.
To delay the need to sell, some homeowners postpone, believing their property will gain value as time passes. This strategy usually depends on converting the property to a rental unit for an...
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